A leading research journal in the field of pharmacology, JPET provides broad coverage of all aspects of the interactions of chemicals with biological systems, including autonomic, behavioral, cardiovascular, cellular, clinical, developmental, gastrointestinal, immune-, neuro-, pulmonary, and renal pharmacology, as well as analgesics, drug abuse, metabolism and disposition, toxicology, chemotherapy, oncology, and drug discovery/translational medicine.
JPET is published continuously: articles go online as soon as they are ready for publication. In addition, the manuscript version of an article is posted online in the Fast Forward section at the time of acceptance. Content alerts and RSS feeds are available to all readers at no charge. Fast Forward articles are freely accessible immediately. The formatted version of an article is available immediately with a subscription or through pay per view. Articles published from 1 to 5 years ago are freely accessible. All other content is available with a subscription or by pay per view.
Accepted manuscripts are published within 48 hours as Fast Forward articles and are indexed by PubMed. Formatted articles go online as soon as they are ready. The formatted version of articles funded by the NIH, the Wellcome Trust, and the Research Councils UK are deposited with PubMed Central on behalf of authors. JPET welcomes manuscripts deposited in preprint servers; those in bioRχiv can be transferred easily to the JPET manuscript system.
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Society membership includes access to all content in the journal. In addition, the manuscript submission fee is waived and the page charge fee is steeply discounted for members who publish in JPET. For help activating or accessing your member subscription, contact email@example.com.
Content alerts and RSS feeds are available to all readers at no charge. Tables of contents, abstracts, Fast Forward articles, and articles published between 12 months ago and 6 years ago are freely accessible to all.
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