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Kuwait Research Journal of Medicinal Chemistry” Abbreviated Key Title: Kwt Res.  Jr Mdcnl Chem.; ISSN: XXXX-XXXX (Print) and ISSN: XXXX-XXXX (Online) Open Access is peer reviewed, Bi-Monthly, open access Academic and Research Journal Published by Inlight Publisher, Kuwait. This Journal publishes Original Research Articles, Review Articles, Case Studies, Editorial Comments and other scientific studies within all the fields of Medicinal Chemistry fields.

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Effects of Crude Saponins Extract of Parkia Biglobosa Fruit-Husk on Some Kidney Function Markers and Serum Electrolytes on Gentamicin-Induced Nephrotoxicity in Male Wistar Rats
Abubakar Ibrahim, Abubakar Hammari, Daniel Dahiru and Zainab, Abubakar
DOI : zenedo | Pages : 5-8 | Feb. 18, 2022
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Molecular Detection of Chicken Anemia Virus from Chickens in Yobe South, Nigeria
Ahmed Idriss Jajere and Ahmed Ibrahim jajere
DOI : zenedo | Pages : 1-4 | Feb. 18, 2022
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Journal's Scope

Kuwait Research Journal of Medicinal Chemistry is publishing high quality papers that address the challenges in clinical and medical field. It also publishes to capture significant research related to drug designing/modeling that highlights new concepts, insight and new findings within the scope of drug designing chemistry. The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to:

  • Small-molecule diversity and synthetic methods important to investigate chemical space relationships to drug discovery
  • Structure-based drug design, molecular modeling, virtual screening and related in silico chemoinformatics and bioinformatics technologies
  • NMR, X-ray crystallography, calorimetry and related biophysical technologies
  • Nano-materials in Drug Designing and related topics
  • Therapeutic target proteomics, chemical genomics and molecular screening technologies
  • Emerging chemical and drug design concepts of significance to pharmacology and drug delivery.