Special Issues

Recent advances in Natural Products Biotechnology: from Plants to Pharmacy Shelf

This Special issue of Biotechnology Advances is designed to accommodate selected papers, to be presented at the International Conference on Natural Products Utilization: from Plants to Pharmacy Shelf (ICNPU), which fit to the journal aims and scope.  The ICNPU-2019 attendees are encouraged to propose an article on a subject relevant to the journal’s focus.

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ICNPU-2019 - Food and Chemical Toxicology

This special issue attempts to give a light on the recent trends of application of plants (and their bioactive principles) with special emphasis on the toxicology aspects to be presented @ 4th International Conference on Natural Products Utilization: from Plants to Pharmacy Shelf (www.icnpu.com/2019).

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Call for Papers: From Plants to Pharmacy Shelf: Focus on Phytomedicine (ICNPU-2019)

The ICNPU-2019 attendees are encouraged to propose an article on a subject relevant to the journal’s focus. Please, kindly send a synopsis and CV to the Guest Editor at milengeorgiev@gbg.bg. The publication is by invitation only.

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Natural Product Pharmacology and Medicinal Chemistry

  

This Special Issue "Natural Product Pharmacology and Medicinal Chemistry” aims to collect and to disseminate some of the most significant and recent contributions in the interdisciplinary area of pharmacology and medicinal chemistry, namely the characterization and analysis of synthetic and natural products.

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Natural Active Agents Against Bacteria, Fungi and Parasites

 This Special Issue aims to collect and disseminate some of the most significant and recent contributions in the interdisciplinary area of pharmacology, pharmacognosy, and food/medicinal chemistry, with a particular emphasis on the (biotechnological) production, isolation and characterization, biological effects, uses, and analysis of semi-synthetic and natural products. 

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Marine Natural Products and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

 This Special Issue is proposed to facilitate the translation of marine-derived natural products into pre-clinical or clinical trials 

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