An important reference for all pharmacology and toxicology departments, DMD is also a valuable resource for medicinal chemists involved in drug design and biochemists with an interest in drug metabolism, expression of drug metabolizing enzymes, and regulation of drug metabolizing enzyme gene expression. Articles provide experimental results from in vitro and in vivo systems that bring you significant and original information on metabolism and disposition of endogenous and exogenous compounds, including pharmacologic agents and environmental chemicals.
A leading research journal in the field of pharmacology, JPET provides broad coverage of all aspects of the interactions of chemicals with biological systems, including autonomic, behavioral, cardiovascular, cellular, clinical, developmental, gastrointestinal, immuno-, neuro-, pulmonary, and renal pharmacology, as well as analgesics, drug abuse, metabolism and disposition, chemotherapy, and toxicology. The Special Libraries Association has included JPET in its DBIO 100, the "100 most influential journals of biology and medicine over the 100 years of the association.
Monthly issues present original applications of biochemistry, biophysics, genetics, and molecular biology juxtaposed with innovative pharmacologic research to elucidate basic problems in pharmacology and toxicology, including areas such as molecular mechanisms involved in drug receptor-effector coupling, xenobiotic metabolism, and antibiotic and anticancer drug action.
This quarterly journal showcases important review articles on topics of high current interest. Topics covered have included biochemical and cellular pharmacology, drug metabolism and disposition, renal pharmacology, neuropharmacology, behavioral pharmacology, clinical pharmacology, and toxicology. IUPHAR nomenclature reports are published here.
PR&P is jointly published by ASPET, the British Pharmacological Society (BPS), and Wiley. PR&P is a bi-monthly open access journal that publishes a range of article types, including: target validation (preclinical papers that show a hypothesis is incorrect or papers on drugs that have failed in early clinical development); drug discovery reviews (strategy, hypotheses, and data resulting in a successful therapeutic drug); frontiers in translational medicine (drug and target validation for an unmet therapeutic need); pharmacological hypotheses (reviews that are oriented to inform a novel hypothesis); and replication studies (work that refutes key findings [failed replication] and work that validates key findings). PR&P publishes papers submitted directly to the journal and those referred from the journals of ASPET and the BPS.