Overview

Drug is defined as any therapeutic or diagnostic entity, including oligonucleotides, gene constructs and radiopharmaceuticals. The Journal of Pharmaceutics and Therapeutics provides a medium for publication of novel and innovative research from the areas of Pharmaceutical Technology. The journal encourages contributions describing research at the interface of drug discovery and drug development, scientific areas within the scope of the journal include physical and pharmaceutical chemistry, biochemistry and biophysics, molecular and cellular biology, and polymer and materials science ad they relate to drug and drug delivery system efficacy.

Aim and Scope

The Journal of Pharmaceutics and Therapeutics’s aim is to cover 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. Small drug molecules, biotechnology products including genes, peptides, proteins and vaccines, and genetically engineered cells are an integral part of papers published here.

The journal mainly focuses on following topics, but are not limited to: Drug and pro-drug design, Drug stability and drug development, Development, Formulation and manufacturing of pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceuticals, Chemical processing of pharmaceuticals, Crystallization, Lyophilization, Physical pharmacy, Drug delivery systems, Controlled release systems and drug targeting, Drug disposition, Biopharmaceutics, Xenobiotic metabolism, Pharmaceutical analysis and pharmaceutical packaging, Quality control, GMP, regulatory aspects, Drug and chemical interactions, Medicinal chemistry, Molecular docking, Molecular modelling, Pharmacodynamics, Pharmacogenetics, Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacology, Synthetic chemistry, Bio-pharmaceutical sciences, Drug dosage, Drug therapy and analysis, Drug toxicology and Drug side effects.