British Journal of Pharmacology

Cover image for Vol. 171 Issue 9

Editor-in-Chief: Professor J.C. (Ian) McGrath

Impact Factor: 5.067

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 21/261 (Pharmacology & Pharmacy)

Online ISSN: 1476-5381

Associated Title(s): British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology

Overview


BJP is a journal of The British Pharmacological Society


Aims and Scope


The British Journal of Pharmacology is a broad-based journal giving leading international coverage of all aspects of experimental pharmacology. It publishes high quality original research, and authoritative reviews and commentaries. Each year a range of themed issues are published and a must-read supplement, the Guide to Receptors and Channels (GRAC) is published every other year.

Effective with the 2013 volume, this journal will be published in an online-only format. Issues of this title will be published online only and will not be printed but authors will still be able to order offprints of their own articles.


Readership


Pharmacologists; toxicologists; pharmaceutical researchers; medicinal chemists; molecular biologists; physiologists; neuroscientists; target discovery and drug discovery researchers, pharmacists; clinicians.


Keywords


British Journal of Pharmacology, BJP, journal, pharmacology, pharmacological, drugs, therapeutics, medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical medicine, experimental pharmacology, translational research, biopharmaceuticals, drug discovery, drug safety, pharmacokinetics & drug metabolism, toxicology, neuropharmacology, cardiovascular pharmacology, respiratory pharmacology, immunopharmacology, cancer, endocrine pharmacology, GRAC, receptors, channels, transporters, G-protein coupled receptors, antagonist, agonist, drug targets, target discovery, drug design, pharma, pharmaceutical research, British Pharmacological Society.


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