About the Journal
There are currently 59 issues available, published between November 2004 and April 2011.
ISSN: 1742-5247 (print), 1744-7593 (electronic)
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Informa Healthcare joins Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
July 9, 2010The global publisher Informa Healthcare has announced today that all of its 170 journals have been accepted for membership by the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE). This follows a long-standing commitment by the publisher to the advancement of publication ethics, particularly in relation to issues raised by research funded by the pharmaceutical industry…
Informa Healthcare Redesigns Website, Adds Book Content
July 9, 2010Informa Healthcare has redesigned and added recently published book content to the informapharmascience.com web platform. The site now delivers more than 170 journals and approximately 600 online books. The combination of books and journals allows users to search across both products to find key data on one platform ? saving researchers time and helping site administrators track usage more effectively…
Cyclodextrin-poly(anhydride) nanoparticles as new vehicles for oral drug delivery
Juan M Irache
Human toxin-based recombinant immunotoxins/chimeric proteins as a drug delivery system for targeted treatment of human diseases
Silk fibroin biomaterials for controlled release drug delivery
Eleanor M Pritchard,
David L Kaplan
Three-dimensional skin models as tools for transdermal drug delivery: challenges and limitations
Mireille Van Gele,
Using quantitative magnetic resonance methods to understand better the gel-layer formation on polymer-matrix tablets