ADMET & DMPK (ISSN 1848-7718) is an international, peer reviewed open-access Journal aiming for rapid dissemination of original research articles, review papers and comments in the broad areas of absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, toxicology and pharmacokinetics of drugs. The emphasis is on rapid publishing of articles of high scientific quality to make them freely available to researchers worldwide.



Editor-in-chief: Kin Tam


Associate Editor (Oncology): Godefridus J. Peters


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ISSN 1848-7718


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Ritsumeikan University, Japan, August 28-30, 2018






: Speical issue: Physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modeling and simulation in drug discovery and development

Guest editors: Abdul Naveed Shaik and Ansar Ali Khan  
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: Special issue: Applications of biophysical techniques in drug discovery and development

Guest editor: Tatjana Verbić  
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: Special issue: Chromatographic techniques to support ADMET&DMPK in early drug discovery

Guest Editor: Klara Valko
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Vol 5, No 4 (2017)

Table of Contents


Utilizing in vitro transporter data in IVIVE-PBPK: an overview PDF
Pankajini Mallick 201-211

Original Scientific Articles

Preclinical assessment of ulixertinib, a novel ERK1/2 inhibitor PDF
Vinod Anera Balakrishna, Anitha Police, Rakesh Hiremath, Anusha Raj, Suresh P Sulochana, Devaraj V Chandrasekhar, Zainuddin Mohd, Ravi Kanth Bhamidipati, Ramesh Mullangi 212-223
Spectroscopic examination and release of microencapsulated oregano essential oil PDF
Ioannis Partheniadis, Panagiota Karakasidou, Souzan Vergkizi, Ioannis Nikolakakis 224-233
Identify the radiotherapy-induced abnormal changes in the patients with nasopharyngeal carcinoma PDF
Xiuxin Wang, Yi Zhao, Huiling Zhang, Gang Yin, Yangkun Luo, Zixuan Fan, Yin Tian 234-241
Causal connectivity abnormalities of regional homogeneity in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a rest-state fMRI study PDF
Dechun Zhao, Shuxing Zheng, Li Yang, Yin Tian 242-252

Extended abstracts

Solubility-pH profiles of a free base and its salt: sibutramine as a case study PDF
Diego Lucero-Borja, Òscar Castilla, Rafel Barbas, Xavier Subirats, Clara Ràfols 253-256

ISSN 1848-7718