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Current Drug Research Reviews


Title Abbreviation
Curr Drug Res Rev
ISSN
2589-9775
Electronic ISSN
2589-9783
Readership
Clinical Pharmacists, Mental Health Administrators, Mental Health Evaluators, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Social Workers, Substance Abuse Administrators
Scope
Current Drug Research Reviews publishes research articles, full-length/mini review articles and clinical studies on the design and development of new drugs, including drug targeting, medicinal chemistry, in-silico drug design, combinatorial chemistry, meta-analyses, drug abuse and addiction, drug-drug interactions and enzyme kinetics; species scaling and extrapolations; drug transporters; target organ toxicity and inter-individual variability in drug exposure-response; extrahepatic metabolism; bio-activation, reactive metabolites, high-throughput screening, drug targets and structure-activity relationships. The journal aims to cover the latest developments in all important aspects of drug design, delivery, development and research. Current Drug Research Reviews is essential for all pharmaceutical scientists involved in drug design and development.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Bentham Science Publishers Ltd.
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