Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology Research

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ISSN: 2578-1553

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Marco Milanese

Department of Pharmacy
Unit of Pharmacology and Toxicology
Center of Excellence for Biomedical Research
University of Genoa, Italy

 

Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology Research is an open access, peer-reviewed journal which publishes original research articles, reviews and all kinds of short articles. Our main aim is to encourage researchers to publish their new findings or ideas in an open access platform and there is no restriction on the length of the papers so that full experimental details provided by the author should helps in better understanding by the readers.

 


Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology Research invites articles related to all aspects of Manuscripts are published in the following sections: biochemical and cellular pharmacology and toxicology, biopharmaceuticals, cancer and endocrine pharmacology, cardiovascular pharmacology, drug discovery, drug safety, experimental pharmacology, immunopharmacology, medicinal chemistry, neuropharmacology, pharmaceutical medicine, pharmacokinetics & drug metabolism, respiratory pharmacology, toxicology, translational research, clinical pharmacology includes pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, therapeutic drug monitoring, drug interactions, pharmacogenetics, pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacovigilance, pharmacoeconomics, randomized controlled clinical trials and rational pharmacotherapy.

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Journal Classification

Pharmacy 
Pharmacy is the study and technique of planning and administering drugs. It is a health profession that combines health with chemical sciences. Pharmacy practice incorporates more conventional roles like compounding and dispensing medications, and it additionally incorporates new services associated with health care. Pharmacists are the specialists on drug therapy and are the essential health experts who enhance utilization of medicine to serve the patients.
 
Pharmacy Research 
Pharmacy research is a science field that centers on analyzing how and why individuals enter drugstores, care costs, and the end result for patients because of this consideration. The main objective of this research is to support evidence-based policy and practice decisions where pharmacists are employed or medicines are prescribed or used. The main aim of pharmacy research is to encourage clinical and adequate utilization of medicines, while guaranteeing that the dangers of unfriendly medication reactions are reduced.
 
Pharmacology 
Pharmacology is the branch of biology associated with the study of drug reaction, where a drug can be described as man-made, natural, or any organism developed within the body. Particularly pharmacology is the study of the associations that occur between a living being and synthetic substances that influence typical or irregular biochemical function. Substances having medicinal properties are termed as pharmaceuticals.
 
Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics 
Pharmacodynamics is the branch of the biochemical and physiologic impacts of medications (particularly pharmaceutical medications). The impacts can incorporate those showed inside creatures (counting people), microorganisms, or combinations of organisms (for instance, disease). Pharmacodynamics is the study of how a living being is influenced by a drug, while pharmacokinetics is the study of how a drug is influenced by a living organism. Both together impact dosing, advantage, and antagonistic impacts. Pharmacodynamics is abbreviated as PD and pharmacokinetics as PK, particularly in joined reference (for instance, when talking about PK/PD models).
 
Biopharmaceuticals 
A biopharmaceutical (also called biologic (al) restorative item, biological or biologic), is any pharmaceutical drug item produced in, removed from, or semisynthesized from biological sources. Not quite the same as completely synthesized pharmaceuticals, they incorporate antibodies, blood, blood segments, allergenics, substantial cells, quality treatments, tissues, recombinant remedial protein, and living cells utilized in cell treatment.
 
Clinical pharmacology 
Clinical pharmacology is the study of drugs and their clinical utilization. It is supported by the essential investigation of pharmacology, with an additional emphasis on the use of pharmacological standards and quantitative techniques in reality. It has an expansive extension, from the revelation of new target particles to the impacts of drug use in entire populations. Clinical pharmacology associates the gap between medical practice and research center science.
 
Psychopharmacology 
Psychopharmacology is the study of the impacts that drugs have on state of mind, sensation, considering, and conduct. It is recognized from neuropsychopharmacology, which underscores the relationship between drug instigated changes in the working of cells in the sensory system and changes in awareness and behavior. The field of psychopharmacology considers an extensive variety of substances with different sorts of psychoactive properties, concentrating principally on the synthetic collaborations with the mind.
 
Toxicology 
Toxicology is a study, covering with science, biology, pharmacology, and medicine, that includes the investigation of the antagonistic impacts of compound substances on living beings and the act of diagnosing and treating exposures to poisons and toxicants. The connection among dose and its impacts on the uncovered creature is of high essentialness in toxicology.
 
Pharmacogenomics 
Pharmacogenomics is the science of the role of genome in drug reaction. Its name (pharmaco- + genomics) mirrors its combination of pharmacology and genomics. Pharmacogenomics breaks down how the genetics of an individual influences his/her reaction to drugs. The term pharmacogenomics is regularly utilized reciprocally with pharmacogenetics.
 
Pharmacoepidemiology 
Pharmacoepidemiology is the science of the utilizations and impacts of drugs in all around characterized populations. To achieve this analysis, pharmacoepidemiology acquires from both pharmacology and epidemiology. Consequently, pharmacoepidemiology is the scaffold between both pharmacology and epidemiology. Pharmacology is the study of the impact of drugs and clinical pharmacology is the study of impact of medications on clinical people.
 
Neuropharmacology 
Neuropharmacology is the science of how drugs influence cellular performance in the sensory system, and the neural instruments through which they impact conduct. There are two primary parts of neuropharmacology: behavioral and molecular. Behavioral neuropharmacology centers around the investigation of how drugs influence human conduct (neuropsychopharmacology), including the investigation of how medicine reliance and addiction influence the human brain.
 
Ethnopharmacology 
Ethnopharmacology (ethnopharmacy) is the science of ethnic gatherings and their utilization of medications (drugs). It is specifically connected to therapeutic plant utilize, ethnobotany, as this is the fundamental conveyance of pharmaceuticals. Ethnopharmacology is the interdisciplinary science that examines the recognition and utilization of pharmaceuticals inside a given human culture. Emphasis has long been on conventional medicines, in spite of the fact that the methodology additionally has demonstrated helpful to the investigation of present day pharmaceuticals.
 
Pharmacovigilance 
Pharmacovigilance (PV or PhV), otherwise called drug safety, is the pharmacological science identifying with the gathering, recognition, evaluation, checking, and aversion of antagonistic impacts with pharmaceutical products. The etymological roots for "pharmacovigilance" are: pharmakon (Greek for drug) and vigilare. In that capacity, pharmacovigilance vigorously centers on adverse drug reactions, or ADRs, which are characterized as any reaction to a medication which is poisonous and unintended, including absence of viability.
 
Pharmacoeconomics 
Pharmacoeconomics is the study of science that looks at the estimation of one pharmaceutical medicine or drug treatment to another. It is a sub-order of health economics. A pharmacoeconomic study assesses the cost (communicated in money related terms) and impacts (communicated as far as fiscal esteem, viability or improved quality of life) of a pharmaceutical item. Pharmacoeconomic analysis serves to manage optimal healthcare resource allocation, in a standardized and scientifically grounded manner.
 
Pharmacotherapy 
Pharmacotherapy is treatment utilizing pharmaceutical drugs, as recognized from treatment utilizing medical procedure (careful treatment), (radiation treatment), development (exercise based treatment), or different modes. Among doctors, in some cases the term therapeutic treatment alludes explicitly to pharmacotherapy instead of careful or other treatment; for instance, in oncology, medicinal oncology is along these lines recognized from surgical oncology.
 

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