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ISSN: 0165-6147

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Trends in Pharmacological Sciences is a journal indexed in SJR in Pharmacology and Toxicology with an H index of 211. It has an SJR impact factor of 4,195 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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A pharmacological link between epilepsy and anxiety?

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A scientific approach to herbal psychopharmacology

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An evolutionary view of drug-receptor interaction: the bioamine receptor family

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Anandamide -the other side of the coin

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Benefits of ethological analysis of behaviour

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Biodiversity and new drugs

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Caffeine protects against Parkinson's disease?

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CCK receptor polymorphisms: an illustration of emerging themes in pharmacogenomics

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Controlling the vasculature: Angiogenesis, anti-angiogenesis and vascular targeting of gene therapy

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Cyclic ADP-ribose, the ryanodine receptor and Ca2+ release

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Dawson and tricklebank reply

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Delayed protection of the heart against ischaemia

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Detection of receptor subtypes in radioligand binding studies Do saturation and homologous competition studies have different discriminatory power?

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Development of novel drug delivery systems

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Dictionary of Cytokines

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Does a radiolabelled ligand bind to a homogeneous population of non-interacting receptor sites?

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Endogenous ligands and inverse agonism

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