Molecular Pharmacology

Molecular Pharmacology’s monthly issues publish key findings derived from the application of innovative structural biology, biochemistry, biophysics, physiology, genetics, and molecular biology to basic pharmacological problems that provide novel insights that are relevant to the broad fields of pharmacology and toxicology.

Articles report the structural basis of drug-protein interactions, the impact of receptor function on cell or system physiology, receptor-linked intracellular signaling systems, inter- and intracellular signaling pathways, enzyme or transporter function, ion channel function, transcriptional mechanisms, molecular mechanisms underlying important behaviors and/or disease. A subset of articles describe experiments that elucidate basic pharmacological mechanisms of agonism, antagonism, and allosteric modulation. The journal also presents studies involving molecular and computational modeling relevant to dug design or drug action.

Molecular Pharmacology is published continuously—articles are posted online as soon as they are ready for publication rather than being released as an entire issue.  eTOC alerts are sent each time new articles go online and again when each issue closes.

For more information, please visit the journal website.


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