More than 40 years in publication through 2007, the monthly Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal is devoted to scientific and technical research on the creation of new drugs and the improvement of manufacturing technology of drugs and intermediates. International contributors cover the entire spectrum of new drug research, including methods of synthesis; results of pharmacological, toxicological, and biochemical studies; investigation of structure – activity relationships in prediction of new compounds; methods and technical facilities used; and problems associated with the development of ecologically safe and economically feasible methods of industrial production.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal‘s missions:
- Presents scientific and technical research on the creation of new drugs and the improvement of manufacturing technology. Problems of generics and biosimilars
- Covers the entire spectrum of new drug research, including methods of synthesis; results of pharmacological, toxicological, and biochemical studies. Description of the properties and applications of new medicinal products, drug delivery and targeting, multifunctional nanosystems, genomics, proteomics, and metabolonomics of new phramaceutical agents, nanobiotechnology of SiRNA, microRNAs, antibodies and nanoparticles. Application of new physicochemical methods with the goal of uncovering new molecular details of condensed media, molecular-based studies of the control of surface chemistry of solid particles in the micrometer and nanometer range
- Reviews international literature to report on recent developments