ADMET and DMPK

ADMET and DMPK

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

 

Editorial Board

Imprint information

ISSN 1848-7718

 

 

 

Announcement:

3rd World Conference on ADMET and DMPK

Zagreb, Croatia, September, 04-06, 2017

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Announcements

 

: Special issue: Chromatographic techniques to support ADMET&DMPK in early drug discovery

 
Guest Editor: Klara Valko
 
Posted: 1970-01-01 More...
 

: Special issue: Role of drug transporters in drug development: a qualitative and quantitative approach

 
Guest Editors: Abdul Naveed Shaik, Sumit Basu  
Posted: 1970-01-01 More...
 
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Vol 5, No 2 (2017)

Role of drug transporters in drug development: a qualitative and quantitative approach

Guest editors: Sumit Basu and Abdul Naveed Shaik

Table of Contents

Editorial

Role of drug transporters in drug development: a qualitative and quantitative approach PDF
Sumit Basu, Abdul Naveed Shaik 57-58

Reviews

Uric acid transporter inhibitors for gout PDF
Philip K. Tan, Jeffrey N. Miner 59-74
Expression of drug transporters in the human skin: comparison in different species and models and its implication for drug development PDF
Hanan Osman-Ponchet, Alexandre Gaborit, Jean-Michel Linget, Claire E. Wilson 75-84

Original Scientific Articles

Consensus rank orderings of molecular fingerprints illustrate the most genuine similarities between marketed drugs and small endogenous human metabolites, but highlight exogenous natural products as the most important ‘natural’ drug transporter substrates PDF
Steve O'Hagan, Douglas Bruce Kell 85-125
Cellular energy status is indispensable for perillyl alcohol mediated abrogated membrane transport in Candida albicans PDF
Moiz A. Ansari, Zeeshan Fatima, Saif Hameed 126-134
Fluorescent organic cations for human OCT2 transporters screening: uptake in CHO cells stably expressing hOCT2 PDF
Malachy C. Ugwu, Ryan Pelis, Charles O. Esimone, Remigius U. Agu 135-145


ISSN 1848-7718