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American Chemical Society launches "Molecular Pharmaceutics".

The American Chemical Society (ACS; New York), the publisher of over 30 industry journals, has begun the print/ online publication of Molecular Pharmaceutics, a new scholarly journal that will be produced six times a year. An annual subscription costs $1100 for institutions; $100 for ACS members.

The new journal focuses on molecular mechanistic approaches to the development of bio-available drugs and delivery systems. Editorial concentrates on the integration of applications of the chemical and biological sciences to advance the development of new drugs and delivery systems, ACS said, and includes information in the fields of physical and pharmaceutical chemistry, biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology, and polymer and materials science.

Content also includes information on emerging technologies used to advance the drug development process. Editor Gordon Amidon said the title "focuses on the delivery mechanism, providing a publication of the highest scholarship and a forum for scientists focused on developing the most effective drug product." Other ACS titles include Inorganic Chemistry, Journal of the American Chemical Society and Chemical & Engineering News.
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