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Pharmaceutical Biology


Title Abbreviation
Pharm Biol
ISSN
1388-0209
Electronic ISSN
1744-5116
Readership
Nutritionists, Pharmacists, Pharmacologists, Physicians, Researchers, Technologists
Scope
Pharmaceutical Biology is an open access, peer reviewed journal, publishing manuscripts describing the discovery, methods for discovery, description, analysis characterization, and production/isolation (including sources and surveys) of biologically-active chemicals or other substances, drugs, pharmaceutical products, or preparations utilized in systems of traditional medicine. Topics may generally encompass any facet of natural product research related to pharmaceutical biology. Papers dealing with agents or topics related to natural product drugs are also appropriate (e.g., semi-synthetic derivatives). Manuscripts will be published as reviews, perspectives and regular research articles. The primary criteria for acceptance and publication are scientific rigor and potential to advance the field.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Taylor & Francis, Inc. - UK
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