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The American Assosciation of Pharmaceutical Scientists (Aaps) Journal ; Volume 2, Issue 3 ; September 2000: Volume 2, Issue 3 ; September 2000

By Fung, Ho-Leung


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Description: The AAPS Journal publishes four issues a year.

Summary
Summary: The AAPS Journal (ISSN 1550-7416) is an online-only journal publishing peer-reviewed scholarly reviews, themed issues and research articles within the entire scope of the pharmaceutical sciences encompassed by the AAPS membership. The Journal particularly aims to foster the dissemination of scientific information presented at AAPS-sponsored meetings, workshops and symposia, through the publication of invited reviews in themed issues. Additionally, guest editors are invited to organize special themed issues on scientific subjects of current interest. Submission of uninvited expert reviews and research articles in all areas of pharmaceutical sciences are welcomed, although manuscripts focused on pharmaceutical formulation, technology and engineering should be directed to our sister e-journal, AAPS PharmSciTech. The Journal is indexed by PubMed/Medline, Index Medicus, Institute of Scientific Information's Science Citation Index and Chem Abstracts.

 

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