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Current Molecular Pharmacology

ISSN: 1874-4702

Current Molecular Pharmacology aims to publish the latest developments in cellular and molecular pharmacology with a major emphasis on the mechanism of action of novel drugs under development, innovative pharmacological technologies, cell signaling, transduction pathway analysis, genomics, proteomics, and metabonomics applications to drug action. An additional focus will be the way in which normal biological function is illuminated by knowledge of the action of drugs at the cellular and molecular level. The journal publishes full-length/mini reviews, original research articles and thematic issues on molecular pharmacology. Current Molecular Pharmacology is an essential journal for every scientist who is involved in drug design and discovery, target identification, target validation, preclinical and clinical development of drugs therapeutically useful in human disease.

Special Issues With Active Call for Papers

Submission closes on: Dec 03, 2024
Pharmacology and Toxicology of Plant Bioactive Compounds

The thematic issue "Pharmacology and Toxicology of Plant Bioactive Compounds" aims to explore the multifaceted aspects of bioactive compounds derived from plants, delving into their pharmacological properties and potential toxicological implications. This issue will encompass a wide array of research, including investigations into the therapeutic benefits of plant-derived compounds, such as their efficacy in treating various diseases and disorders. Additionally, it will examine the mechanisms of action underlying these bioactive compounds, shedding light on their... see more

Submission closes on: Nov 02, 2024
Common mechanisms underpinning neurodevelopmental disorders and psychiatric diseases

A growing number of large-scale epidemiologic studies has strongly suggested that common mechanisms may be shared by aberrant brain development and psychiatric disorders. There is now an appreciation of synergic roles of genetic variants and environmental stress which profoundly affect the genome integrity and reshape brain development. This can lead to transient or stable changes in the organization of neural networks which co-segregates with neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders in which a plethora of questions yet... see more