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Research Results in Pharmacology moves to high-tech journal platform ARPHA
- 16 Apr 2018

Scholarly publisher Pensoft and Belgorod National Research University will jointly publish the rebranded and refreshed journal, Research Results in Pharmacology.

Since 2015, Belgorod National Research University's forward-thinking open-access and peer-reviewed scholarly journal Research Result: Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacology has been filling an essential gap as a scholarly venue for publications dealing with long-year research outcomes in pharmacology and clinical pharmacology.

Now, having moved to the high-tech journal publishing platform ARPHA (Authoring, Reviewing, Publishing, Hosting and Archiving), the rebranded Research Results in Pharmacology demonstrates its refreshed format in its first issue jointly published with Pensoft via the journal's brand new website.

Continuing its tradition, the journal welcomes articles on various aspects within pharmacology, including papers devoted to molecular screening with the use of modern methods of proteomics, cellular technologies, results of experimental studies in modelling abnormalities in laboratory animals and clinical studies in the field of pharmacotherapy, pharmacokinetics, pharmacoepidemiology, personalised therapy, multicenter studies and evidence-based medicine. All articles are published in English, with versions in Russian published on Belgorod National Research University's official website.

Apart from the evolution in its look-and-feel, thanks to the partnership with ARPHA, Research Results in Pharmacology now provides a long list of services at the disposal of all users - editors, reviewers, authors and readers alike, in order to ensure that articles are submitted, reviewed, published and disseminated rapidly and conveniently. To do this, the whole publication process takes place within ARPHA's singular online environment.

Once published, each article is freely available in three formats (PDF, XML, HTML), enriched with a whole set of semantic enhancements, so that the articles, along with their data, are easy to discover, access and harvest by both humans and machines.

Amongst the high-tech perks greeting any online publication's visitor are the article-level metrics available as a result of a partnership between ARPHA and the revolutionary discovery and analytics tools Dimensions and Altmetric. By searching through millions of research articles, grant applications, clinical trials, as well as policy documents, news stories, blogs and social media posts, they allow for each article's references and citations in both the academic and the public sphere to be monitored in real time.

Research Results in Pharmacology is the second Russian journal in ARPHA's and Pensoft's portfolios. Several new titles are expected to join them later this year.

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American Chemical Society unveils new peer-reviewed journal - ACS Pharmacology & Translational Science
- 15 Feb 2018

The American Chemical Society has announced a new peer-reviewed journal, ACS Pharmacology & Translational Science, focussing on fundamental and applied research in pharmacology and translational science. The journal is currently accepting submissions online, and the first issue will be published this summer.

Patrick M. Sexton, professor of pharmacology and head of the Drug Discovery Biology theme at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, will serve as the journal's editor-in-chief. Sexton is a leader in pharmacology and drug discovery research, with a focus on G protein-coupled receptors.

The journal will cover pharmacology, biochemistry, and experimental medicine, from basic and molecular sciences to translational preclinical studies. The journal's immediate plans are to raise awareness of the journal and to solicit high quality research papers from leading and emerging laboratories.

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The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2017/18 now available in the British Journal of Pharmacology
- 30 Oct 2017

The Concise Guide to PHARMACOLOGY 2017/18 is now available in the British Journal of Pharmacology. Published by Wiley on behalf of the British Pharmacological Society, the 440 page guide includes overviews of key properties for close to 1,700 human drug targets, identifies 3,500 ligands including more than 2,400 synthetic organic molecules and over 50 antibodies. Over 4,000 interactions between ligands and targets are quantified, allowing researchers to assess the potency of these interactions.

This open access knowledgebase of major drug targets is completely linked and divided into eight major areas of research focus - G protein-coupled receptors; Ligand-gated ion channels; Voltage-gated ion channels; Other ion channels; Nuclear hormone receptors; Catalytic receptors; Enzymes; and Transporters.

The Concise Guide provides an authoritative voice on nomenclature of these pharmacological targets through close links with NC-IUPHAR. It offers summary information on the best available pharmacological tools, alongside key references and suggestions for further reading.

This edition of the Concise Guide was compiled with the help of over 150 collaborators representing industry and academia from 22 countries across four continents.

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SAGE set to publish Canadian Pharmacists Journal
- 14 Sep 2012

Academic publisher SAGE has reached an agreement with the Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) to publish its flagship journal, the Canadian Pharmacists Journal (CPJ), beginning in 2013. Established in 1868, CPJ is the oldest continuously published periodical in Canada.

CPJ features original research and review papers on pharmacy-related news and innovative practice models as well as a variety of clinical and business topics. CPhA supports pharmacists as leading health professionals in their efforts to advance the profession of pharmacy, optimise medication use, and enhance health outcomes for their patients.

This is the second scientific Canadian journal to be published by SAGE, following the announcement of the Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy last month.

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Pharmacogenomics celebrates 100th issue
- 27 Jul 2011

The journal Pharmacogenomics, published by Future Medicine, part of UK-based Future Science Group, is celebrating its 100th issue this year.

The key objective of the peer-reviewed journal has been to provide a forum for multidisciplinary scientists to keep abreast of the latest developments in this field, and to provide commentary and analysis to place these advances in context. Pharmacogenomics is currently published monthly (12 issues per year) by Future Medicine. The journal will increase its frequency to 16 issues per year in 2012.

Senior Editors Dr Howard McLeod (University of North Carolina, USA), Prof. Munir Pirmohamed (University of Liverpool, UK) and Dr David Gurwitz (Tel Aviv University, Israel) drive the editorial direction of Pharmacogenomics. The Senior Editors are supported by a team of Associate Editors, together with an advisory panel of more than fifty international experts.

To celebrate this milestone issue, the top 10 most viewed articles published in Pharmacogenomics over the last decade are being made free to access for 2 weeks. These articles are assessable from www.future-science-group.com/m/360.

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Pharmacology, Principles and Practice deemed 'highly commended' by the BMA 2010 Medical Books Awards
- 29 Dec 2010

Pharmacology, Principles and Practice, a textbook created by several University of Toledo (UT) professors along with others from across the US was deemed 'highly commended' by the British Medical Association 2010 Medical Books Awards. The awards competition has recognised excellence in medical publishing since 1996.

The textbook meets the rapidly emerging needs of programmes training pharmacologic scientists seeking careers in basic research and drug discovery rather than such applied fields as pharmacy and medicine. The boom in pharmacology is driven by the recent decryption of the human genome and enormous progress in controlling genes and synthesizing proteins, making new and even custom drug design possible. This book makes use of these discoveries in presenting its topics, moving logically from drug receptors to the target molecules drug researchers seek, covering such modern topics along the way as side effects, drug resistance, Pharmacogenomics, and even nutriceuticals, one in a string of culminating chapters on the drug discovery process.

The editors and co-authors of the textbook are UT's Dr. Miles Hacker, professor of pharmacology, Dr. William Messer, professor and chair of pharmacology, and Dr. Kenneth Bachmann, professor emeritus of pharmacology. Other UT co-authors of the textbook include Dr. Kenneth Alexander, professor of pharmacy practice; Dr. Jeffrey Sarver, research associate in medicinal and biological chemistry; Dr. Paul Erhardt, professor of medicinal and biological chemistry; and Dr. William Taylor, associate professor of biological sciences.

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‘Pharmacogenomics’ celebrates 10th anniversary with two special issues
- 31 Mar 2010

The journal Pharmacogenomics, published by Future Medicine, part of UK-based Future Science Group, has announced that it is celebrating its 10th anniversary with two special issues scheduled for April and May 2010. The peer-reviewed journal seeks to provide a forum for multidisciplinary scientists to keep abreast of the latest developments in pharmacogenomics, and to provide commentary and analysis to place these advances in context.

The research field of pharmacogenomics explores the influence of genetic variation on drug response. It is seen to have major implications for the potential to personalise therapies - an approach that already has clinical application, but is still in its infancy in the overall healthcare arena. A monthly journal, Pharmacogenomics is edited by Senior Editors Dr. Howard McLeod (University of North Carolina, US), Prof. Munir Pirmohamed (University of Liverpool, UK) and Dr. David Gurwitz (Tel Aviv University, Israel). They are supported by a team of associate editors, together with an advisory panel of more than 50 international experts.

In a foreword to the two celebratory issues, the editors highlight how pharmacogenomics testing will become part of routine medical practice in an increasing number of medical disciplines. This would be due to an expansion in the knowledge on genotypes and epigenetic markers with drug response phenotype.

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Springer to publish the European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics
- 02 Mar 2010

STM publisher Springer, Germany, has announced that it will publish the European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics, starting in 2010. The journal, previously published by Swiss publisher Médecine & Hygiène, covers all aspects of drug delivery and bioavailability.

The European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics focuses on aspects such as pharmacokinetics, drug metabolism, drug interactions and all aspects of drug development. The journal provides relevant information from this research area, publishing original articles, short preliminary communications, review articles on special topics and conference proceedings.

Published four times a year, the journal is indexed in Medline and Current Contents.

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Elsevier’s new Pharmacology text being well received
- 08 Dec 2009

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced the early success and rapid acceptance of its recently released Pharmacology and Therapeutics: Principles to Practice, a new pharmacology textbook. Designed to better meet the needs of today's residents and practitioners, the publication has garnered critical acclaim and has earned its place among other more established pharmacology reference books in just a few months since its introduction.

Until now, pharmacology references have focused on either the basic or clinical aspects of the field. By contrast, Pharmacology and Therapeutics encompasses the entire continuum from underlying science through innovation, translation, regulation, and clinical implementation, providing the integrated perspectives that are needed to fully master human therapeutics today.

Edited by Dr. Scott Waldman and Dr. Andre Terzic – both past presidents of the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics – the publication features contributions from many of the most respected names in pharmacology. These authors, all leaders in their respective disciplines, establish the standards for translating fundamental observations in the laboratory into novel therapeutic approaches for managing patients – including rapidly growing areas such as pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics, regenerative pharmacology, stem cell therapies, and the emerging field of individualised medicine. Evidence-based therapeutic guidelines are included throughout, where available, as are appropriate discussions of nutrition, complementary and alternative medicines, nutraceuticals, and dietary supplements.

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