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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Vol 15, No 3 (2020)

Table of Contents

Original Article

Synthesis and evaluation of pharmacological activities of some 3-O-benzyl-4-C-(hydroxymethyl)-1,2-O-isopropylidene-α-D-ribofuranose derivatives as potential anti-inflammatory agents and analgesics Pages: 209-217
Fahad Imtiaz Rahman , Fahad Hussain , Nazmus Saqueeb , S. M. Abdur Rahman
Abstract (12369 views)     |     Full Text PDF (32 downloads)     |     XML
Evaluation of soluble expression of recombinant granulocyte macrophage stimulating factor (rGM-CSF) by three different E. coli strains Pages: 218-225
Sina Soheili , Ali Jahanian-Najafabadi , Vajihe Akbari
Abstract (12574 views)     |     Full Text PDF (16 downloads)     |     XML
Discovery of direct inhibitor of KRAS oncogenic protein by natural products: a combination of pharmacophore search, molecular docking, and molecular dynamic studies Pages: 226-240
Samaneh Hashemi , Amirhossein Sharifi , Sara Zareei , Ghazale Mohamedi , Mahmood Biglar , Massoud Amanlou
Abstract (11865 views)     |     Full Text PDF (18 downloads)     |     XML
Effects of HDAC inhibitors on spatial memory and memory extinction in SPS-induced PTSD rats Pages: 241-248
Ahmad Mohammadi-Farani , Ali Pourmotabbed , Yazdan Ardeshirizadeh
Abstract (12283 views)     |     Full Text PDF (10 downloads)     |     XML
Monastrol derivatives: in silico and in vitro cytotoxicity assessments Pages: 249-262
Zahra Bidram , Hajar Sirous , Ghadam Ali Khodarahmi , Farshid Hassanzadeh , Nasim Dana , Amir Ali Hariri , Mahboubeh Rostami
Abstract (12962 views)     |     Full Text PDF (7 downloads)     |     XML
Efficacy of synbiotic supplementation in improving rheumatoid arthritis Pages: 263-272
Farah Esmaeili , Mansour Salesi , Gholamreza Askari , Ali Esmaeilisharif , Mohammadreza Maracy , Hadi karimzadeh , Behrokh Shojaie
Abstract (12310 views)     |     Full Text PDF (12 downloads)     |     XML
Comparison of the cytotoxic effects of different fractions of Artemisia ciniformis and Artemisia biennis on B16/F10, PC3 and MCF7 Cells Pages: 273-280
Elham Ramazani , Zahra Tayarani-Najaran , Yalda Shokoohinia , Mahdi Mojarrab
Abstract (11502 views)     |     Full Text PDF (12 downloads)     |     XML
Discovery of novel isatin-based thiosemicarbazones: synthesis, antibacterial, antifungal, and antimycobacterial screening Pages: 281-290
Maryam Hassan , Ramtin Ghaffari , Soroush Sardari , Yekta Farmahini Farahani , Shohreh Mohebbi
Abstract (12697 views)     |     Full Text PDF (10 downloads)     |     XML
An innovative cell selection approach in developing human cells overexpressing aspartyl/asparaginyl β-hydroxylase Pages: 291-299
Hadi Bakhtiari , Abbas Ali Palizban , Hossein Khanahmad , Mohammad Reza Mofid
Abstract (11728 views)     |     Full Text PDF (5 downloads)     |     XML
Exploration of small-molecule entry disruptors for chikungunya virus by targeting matrix remodelling associated protein Pages: 300-311
Avinash Kumar , Ekta Rathi , Suvarna Ganesh Kini
Abstract (12061 views)     |     Full Text PDF (10 downloads)     |     XML