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BPJ

ISSN: 0974-6242
e- ISSN: 2456–2610

Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal (BPJ) is an international, peer reviewed quarterly research journal. The journal seeks to promote research, exchange of scientific information, consideration of regulatory mechanisms that affect drug development and utilization, and medical education in the challenging and evolving pharmaceutical and biomedical fields.  BPJ is abstracted and indexed in almost all reputed National and International agencies.

Abbreviation of journal : Biomed. Pharmacol. J.
DOI Prefix : 10.13005
Frequency : Quarterly –  March, June, September and December
Published by : Oriental Scientific Publishing Company
Editor in Chief : Prof. Juei-Tang Cheng

Recent Articles - Volume 10, Number 4
Drugability Studies are Keys to the Successful Commercialization of Biotherapeutics

Jun Yuan1, Wayne W Xu2, Jing Wang2, Zach Kubin3, Wei-Jie Fang4 and H. Fai Poon2

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Motorcycle-Related Cranio-Maxillofacial Injuries Among Brazilian Children and Adolescents

Alessandro Leite Cavalcanti1, Fábio Henrique Costa Ferreira¹, Ricardo Alves Olinda1, Wilton Wilney Nascimento Padilha1 and Alidianne Fabia Cabral Cavalcanti2

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Safety of the Recent Oral Lyophilisate Formulation (MELT) in Pediatric Patients-A Review

P. Ferrara1,2, F. Ianniello1, E. Del Vescovo2, G. Sodero2, A. Gatto1 and A. Ruggiero1

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Diallyl Disulfide (DADS) Retards the Growth of Breast Cancer Cells in Vitro and in Vivo Through Apoptosis Induction

Sujatha P, Preethi G. Anantharaju, Prashanthkumar M. Veeresh, Sumit Dey, Venugopal Reddy Bovilla and Subba Rao V. Madhunapantula

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Excessive use of Mobile Phones by Medical Students: Should Precautions be Taken?

Najam Siddiqi1, Firdous Jahan2, Faisal Moin3, Fatima Al-Shehhi4 and Fatima Al-Balushi4

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