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    Publisher: Asian Network for Scientific Information
   
  International Journal of Pharmacology (IJP) is an internationally recognized Journal, contains peer-review material and provides broad coverage of all aspects of the interactions of drugs and medicines with biological systems (chemical, physiological and behavioral effects); 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, pharmaceuticals, neutraceuticals, immunomodulation, vaccines and vaccines based therapies, pharmacogenomics aided drug development and therapeutics, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, modes of action and metabolism of effective drugs and medicines, various upcoming drug designing and novel drug delivery methods. It also emphasizes frontiers in therapeutic advances and their biomedical perspectives including advances and recent trends in various prophylactic and therapeutic regimens to effectively combat various diseases and other health problems, both infectious and non-infectious posing challenge to the humans and their companion animals. Novel, emerging and valuable alternate / complementary therapeutic options with interdisciplinary approaches of biotechnology, molecular aspects of drug actions, mechanism and toxicity, genetics, cellular immunology, immunomics, proteomics, pharmacology, bioinformatics, nanotechnology would be the given due focus.

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  Founder Editor-in-Chief:  Mohammad Abdollahi
 
 
Gu, Y., Y. Jing, A. Kumar, Y. Sharma, H. Fujioka and N. Singh, 2001. Isolation of human neuronal cells resistant to toxicity by the prion protein peptide 106-126. J. Alzheimer`s Dis., 3: 169-180.
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Jia, W., Y. Jing, L. Cheng, L. Li and H. Shi, 2001. The genetic toxicity of chitosan. Chinese J. Dialysis Artificial Organ., 2: 44-46.
Jing, Y., 2009. Epithelial Mechanisms in Airway Responses Induced by Hyperosmolarity: Application of a Novel Apparatus in Understanding the Mechanisms of Exercise-Induced Asthma. VDM Verlag, Saarbrucken, Germany, ISBN-13: 978-3639198683.
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Jing, Y., J. Dowdy, V.M.R. Scott and J.S. Fedan, 2008. Hyperosmolarity-induced dilation and epithelial bioelectric responses of guinea pig trachea in vitro: role of kinase signaling. J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther., 326: 186-195.
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Jing, Y., J. Dowdy, V.M.R. Scott and J.S. Fedan, 2008. Simultaneous measurement of mechanical responses and transepithelial potential difference and resistance, in guinea-pig isolated, perfused trachea using a novel apparatus: pharmacological characterization. Eur. J. Pharmacol., 598: 98-103.
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Zanusso G., B.R. Petersen, T. Jin, Y. Jing and R. Kanoush et al., 1999. Proteasomal degradation and N-terminal protease resistance of the codon 145 mutant prion protein. J. Biol. Chem., 274: 23396-23404.
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