Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences

RPS is an official bimonthly publication of Isfahan School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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Online ISSN: 1735-9414

Print ISSN: 1735-5362


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Publication Fee

 

This is to inform our contributors and readers that Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences (RPS) is implementing a publication fee for manuscripts from May 1, 2014.

The following is the payment plan for our contributors:

3,000,000 Rials/100 USD for Original & Review articles, 2,000,000 Rials/70 USD for Case Reports & Short communications to account No 580120000000004975761007 [SHABA] of Mellat Bank. Letters & Editorials are Free.

Please include the specific code for RPS (441130000000049) on your bank receipt.

Kindly send a scanned copy of your receipt to the journal via rps@pharm.mui.ac.ir

Contributors out of Iran can electronically pay through secure Medknow, Wolters Kluwer submission portal.

There will be a 50% discount of publication fee if either the first or the corresponding author (or both) is affiliated to Isfahan University of Medical Sciences (IUMS).

 

 
Posted: 2014-05-31
 
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Table of Contents

Original Article

Expression of a biotin acceptor peptide-containing protein with potential incorporation on the lentiviral envelope as a viral surface engineering platform PDF
MH Etemadzadeh, A Arashkia F Roohvand, R Ahani, N Mohajel, V Baniasadi, D Norouzian, K Azadmanesh 268-274
Effects of rosuvastatin and/or B-carotene on non-alcoholic fatty liver in rats PDF
SH Seif el-Din, NM El-Lakkany AA El-Naggar, OA Hammam, HA Abd El-Latif, AA Ain-Shoka, FA Ebeid 275-287
Study of V2 vasopressin receptor hormone binding site using in silico methods PDF
Y Sebti, S Sardari, H Mir Mohammad Sadeghi, MH Ghahremani, G Innamorati 288-294
Effect of venlafaxine on experimental colitis in normal and reserpinised depressed rats PDF
M Minaiyan, V Hajhashemi, M Rabbani, E Fattahian, P Mahzouni 295-306
Quantitative structure–activity relationship study of P2X7 receptor inhibitors using combination of principal component analysis and artificial intelligence methods PDF
M Ahmadi, M Shahlaei 307-325
The effect of hydroalcoholic extract of Ferula foetida stems on blood pressure and oxidative stress in dexamethasone-induced hypertensive rats PDF
L Safaeian, A Ghannadi, Sh Haghjoo Javanmard, MH Vahidian 326-334
A semipolar fraction of petroleum ether extract of Artemisia aucheri induces apoptosis and enhances the apoptotic response to doxorubicin in human neuroblastoma SKNMC cell line PDF
F Ahmadi, M Mojarrab, M Ghazi-Khansari, L Hosseinzadeh 335-344
Anti-inflammatory effect of Pycnocycla spinosa extract and its component isoacetovanillone on acetic acid induced colitis in rats PDF
M Minaiyan, Gh Asghari, H Sadraei, E Feili 345-355
Evaluation of discoidin domain receptor-2 (DDR2) expression level in normal, benign, and malignant human prostate tissues PDF
M Azemikhah, H Ahmadi Ashtiani, M Aghaei, H Rastegar 356-363
Hydroalcoholic extract of Allium eriophyllum leaves attenuates cardiac impairment in rats with simultaneous type 2 diabetes and renal hypertension PDF
Z Janahmadi, AA Nekooeian, M Mozafari 364-372


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ISSN: 1735-9414