Green chemistry to improve pharmaceutical manufacturing efficiency.
On behalf of the Journal of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacology, as Editor-In-Chief it is my great pleasure and honor to welcome you to the journal.
About 70 percent of pharmaceuticals are manufactured using palladium-driven catalytic processes that are either fast or efficient - but not both. Researchers at North Carolina State University have now developed a green chemistry method that combines aspects of both processes to improve efficiency at a minimal cost of processing time. A new techniques called Pseudo-homogeneous catalysis relies on novel, elastic silicone-chemistry based microspheres developed by the research team using microfluidics. It is important to demonstrate that green chemistry approaches can be used to make a process that is, in all, more efficient than existing techniques.
The Journal of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacology aims to disseminate knowledge and promote discussion through the publication of peer-reviewed, high quality research papers on all topics related to Pharmaceutical chemistry and pharmacology emphasizing on Green Chemistry. The open access journal is published by Pulsus. Established in the year 1984, Pulsus was focusing on American region and presently expanding to healthcare informatics platform to the medical and pharma professionals throughout Europe, America, Asia, Australia and all other continents. Since its inception, Pulsus received the endorsements of the medical associations and industries of the international reputation. This support allowed Pulsus Group to gain excellent reputation from the scientific and industrial community and able to bridge relations between industries and practicing physicians.
The scope of the Journal includes but not necessarily limited to pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology, reaching out to analytical scientists worldwide. The Journal emphasizes on high-level research education and development. Original research articles, reviews, short communications, and letters to the editors in the fields of pharmaceutical chemistry, medicinal chemistry and pharmacology are accepted. Every effort is made to have a quality, rigorous, critical peer-review and rapid publishing process.
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Associate Managing Editor