Dr. Emmanuel Andres, Professor of Internal Medicine University of Strasbourg, France
Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal that aims to publish the most recent research updates pertaining to the development of novel pharmaceutical drugs and biomedical tools. The journal specifically emphasizes on the worldwide dispersal of knowledge on the basic and applied aspects of pharmaceutical sciences so as to further the research and development of more efficient medical tools and techniques that are suitable for clinical and point of care applications.
The scope of the Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences incorporates variegated aspects of Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry as well as other branches of biomedical sciences viz. endocrinology, biotechnology, genetics and microbiology. In addition, the journal solicits the publication of scientific manuscripts that accentuate the design and conduct of research studies based on principles of pharmaceutical chemistry and pharmaceutical biotechnology that are specifically intended towards study and development of unprecedented diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.
Submit manuscript at https://www.scholarscentral.org/submission/biomedical-pharmaceutical-sciences.html or [email protected]
The journal also welcomes manuscripts that highlight integrative study and application of concepts of pharmaceutical Sciences, biomedical Sciences and biological Sciences for the betterment of extant methods and practices followed for the treatment of acute and chronic diseases as well as maintenance of public health & hygiene.
The journal follows a single blind peer review process; acceptance and publication of all articles are subject to positive review and approval by at least two reviewers. Manuscripts can be submitted and tracked through the editorial manager system.
Active pharmaceutical ingredients are defined as chemicals used in the manufacturing of pharmaceutical drugs. The active ingredient (AI) is the substance or substances that are biologically active within the drug and is the specific component responsible for the desired effect it has on the individual taking it.
Antimicrobial pharmacodynamics is the discipline that integrates microbiology and pharmacology, with the aim of linking a measure of drug exposure, relative to a measure of drug potency for the pathogen in question, to the microbiological or clinical effect achieved.
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