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Three Expert Opinion Journals now Publishing Original Research
Date:2/26/2008

LONDON, February 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Expert Opinion provides systematic and authoritative analysis enabling the pharmaceutical community to access and track key developments that lead to the creation of new drugs. Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy, Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy and Expert Opinion on Therapeutic Targets are now accepting original research.

Why publish with Expert Opinion

All the Expert Opinion journals publish independent and authoritative peer-reviewed articles; provide efficient and effective editorial support through from submission to publication that can take as little as 8 - 12 weeks. The journals are indexed by all major databases, including: Medline, Current Contents and EMBASE.

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Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy provides comprehensive coverage of emerging literature on newly approved compounds and assesses the likely impact of these new agents on existing pharmacotherapy of specific diseases. Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy focuses on new drugs and classes from development Phase III to those that have been available to pharmacopoeia for up to five years. Impact Factor: 1.733

Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy covers all aspects of biological therapy, from therapeutic peptides and proteins to gene transfer technologies and drug delivery systems, placing new advances in the context of current therapeutic practice and providing an expert opinion on the scope for future development. Impact Factor: 2.705

Expert Opinion on Therapeutic Targets publishes in-depth reports and reviews of the latest developments in the field of drug target discovery and validation. The journal provides an essential link between basic research on biological pathways and interactions and the development of the drugs for tomorrow. It is distinguished from other publications by its high-quality authorship and expertly drafted articles, structured to incorporate the author's expertise on the subjec
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