Acta Materia Medica Call for Papers

Acta Materia Medica provides an open platform for rapid publication of the latest findings, approaches, and viewpoints related to all related areas of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences, including, but are not limited to, pharmacology, toxicology, pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry, natural products, pharmacognosy, pharmaceutical analysis, pharmacokinetics, clinical pharmacy, pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacoeconomics and pharmacy management.

Article types accepted:

  • Research articles
  • Review articles
  • Databases
  • Mini reviews
  • Commentaries
  • Editorials
  • Short communications
  • Case report articles
  • Study protocols.

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eISSN 2737-7946

Articles of interest include:

Drug discovery is an eternal challenge for the biomedical sciences

Regulation of neuronal autophagy and cell survival by MCL1 in Alzheimer’s disease

Advances in therapeutic agents targeting quiescent cancer cells

Identification of a cytisine-based EED-EZH2 protein-protein interaction inhibitor preventing metastasis in triple-negative breast cancer cells

Ligands for oral delivery of peptides across the blood-brain-barrier

PROTAC technology for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease: advances and perspectives

PROTAC degraders with ligands recruiting MDM2 E3 ubiquitin ligase: an updated perspective

Research progress in 3D-printed medicinal tablets

Structure prediction of the entire proteome of monkeypox variants

Prognosis and treatment of complications associated with COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis