Libyan International Medical University - Digital Repository
“Equal access to science is not only a social and ethical requirement for human development, but also essential for realizing the full potential of scientific communities worldwide and for orienting scientific progress towards meeting the needs of humankind”.
The World Conference on Science, 1999, held under the auspices of UNESCO and the ICSU
The Libyan International Medical University (LIMU) believes that knowledge empowers citizens and helps to improve their lives. One of its central roles is to improve access to information and knowledge for Libyan citizens and others through appropriate use of information and communication technologies.
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(2018-10-20)Pharmacy Follows A New Strategy In The Education Of Students In The Professional Program “Doctor Pharmacy”
(Libyan International Medical University Faculty of Pharmacy, 2018-11-08)Normal cells have a fairly narrow range of function or steady state. Excess physiologic or pathologic stress may force the cell to a new steady state that is called Adaptation.
(Libyan International Medical University Faculty of Pharmacy, 2018-11-08)If The Cells Fail To Adapt under stress they undergo certain changes called cell injury
(Libyan International Medical University Faculty of Pharmacy, 2018-11-08)oxidation of glucose to produce of pyruvate or lactic acid and energy stored in high-energy phosphate bonds of ATP