Pharmacology & Pharmaceutical Medicine

British Pharmacological Society Spanish Virtual Issue

British Pharmacological Society Spanish Virtual Issue


Welcome to the FREE Spain Virtual Issue
from the British Pharmacological Society's Journals
Spain Virtual Issue
Read articles from your Spanish colleagues, recently published in the British Pharmacological Society’s journals:
 
BJPBJPPRP
British Journal of PharmacologyBritish Journal of Clinical PharmacologyPharmacology Research
& Perspectives
Impact Factor 5.259Impact Factor 3.830Jointly published with ASPET
FREE Articles:
BJP
FREETargeting the histone orthography of cancer: drugs for writers, erasers and readers
FREEToll-like receptor 4 contributes to vascular remodelling and endothelial dysfunction in angiotensin II-induced hypertension
FREEThe cGMP/PKG pathway as a common mediator of cardioprotection: translatability and mechanism
FREEThe endoplasmic reticulum stress and the HIF-1 signalling pathways are involved in the neuronal damage caused by chemical hypoxia
FREEHuR mediates the synergistic effects of angiotensin II and IL-1β on vascular COX-2 expression and cell migration
BJCP
FREEPharmacokinetic–pharmacodynamic modelling in anaesthesia
FREEEffect of ursodeoxycholic acid treatment on the altered progesterone and bile acid homeostasis in the mother-placenta-foetus trio during cholestasis of pregnancy
FREEBiosimilar: what it is not
FREEAcute p-synephrine ingestion increases fat oxidation rate during exercise
PRP
[Open]Analysis of endocannabinoid signaling elements and related proteins in lymphocytes of patients with Dravet syndrome
[Open]Metabolomic evaluation of Mitomycin C and rapamycin in a personalized treatment of pancreatic cancer
[Open]The arylpiperazine derivatives N-(4-cyanophenylmethyl)-4-(2-diphenyl)-1-piperazinehexanamide and N-benzyl-4-(2-diphenyl)-1-piperazinehexanamide exert a long-lasting inhibition of human serotonin 5-HT7 receptor binding and cAMP signaling
[Open]α1D-Adrenoceptors are responsible for the high sensitivity and the slow time-course of noradrenaline-mediated contraction in conductance arteries
Why Publish with the British Pharmacological Society?
Ease | Quality | Reach | Impact
ease Ease:
  • Simple online submission.
  • Fast online publication.
  • Open access choice – open access options in all 3 journals.
  • No colour charges.
quality Quality:
reach Reach:
  • Wide dissemination – your full article will be available in the world’s most respected institutions – ensuring your work is seen, read and cited.
  • High visibility – your work will be indexed by by Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed, Medline, Google Scholar and many more.
  • Open Access Option – if you choose to publish open access you are 4 times more likely to appear in Wiley’s top 1,000 most accessed articles.
impact Impact:
  • Impact - BJP has an Impact Factor of 5.259, BJCP an Impact Factor of 3.830 and PR&P as a new journal is soon to have its first Impact Factor.
  • Increase your potential audience – choosing open access can translate into higher readership, increased citations and greater impact for your work.
Submit Your Next Article
Join your fellow researchers from over 40 countries that submit their articles to the British Pharmacological Society's journals.

If you would like to receive more information to decide which of these journals is the ideal home for your article, contact the editorial offices below for rapid feedback on pre-submission enquiries.

BJP – British Journal of Pharmacology BJPedoffice@wiley.com

BJCP – British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology BJCPedoffice@wiley.com

Pharmacology Research & Perspectives PRPedoffice@wiley.com

We look forward to hearing from you.
  BJP  BJP  PRP 
  Editor-in-Chief
Amrita Ahluwalia
London, UK
Editor-in-Chief
Adam F. Cohen
Leiden, Netherlands
Editor-in-Chief
Darrell R. Abernethy
Baltimore, USA
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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