Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
© Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Edited By: D Jones, Queen's University of Belfast, UK
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A comprehensive review on phytochemical and pharmacological aspects of Elaeagnus angustifolia L.
Rivaroxaban for the treatment and prevention of thromboembolic disease
Withania somnifera(Ashwagandha) in neurobehavioural disorders induced by brain oxidative stress in rodents: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Analytical technologies for real-time drug dissolution and precipitation testing on a small scale
A review on phytochemistry, pharmacology and toxicology studies of Aconitum
Sofosbuvir, a novel nucleotide analogue inhibitor used for the treatment of hepatitis C virus
Selected terpenoids from medicinal plants modulate endoplasmic reticulum stress in metabolic disorders
A review on ethnobotany, phytochemistry and pharmacology of plant genus Caralluma R. Br
Antidiabetic plants improving insulin sensitivity
A review of bacterial cellulose-based drug delivery systems: their biochemistry, current approaches and future prospects
Pigment epithelium-derived factor as a natural matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor: a comparison with classical matrix metalloproteinase inhibitors used for cancer treatment
Special Issue: Selection of Solid-State Forms for New Chemical Entities (June 2015)
The special issue provides an overview on solid-state selection for new chemical entities with a focus on pharmaceutical research and development. This is provided by actual case studies as well as by reviews of major developments from recent years.
Special Issue on Enhancing vaccine design strategies (March 2015)
Vaccines remain a corner-stone in health care. Our latest special issue explores how we can exploit the latest tools in protein science, proteomics and adjuvants to develop new vaccines for old and new diseases.