EMU Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (EMU JPharmSci) is a peer reviewed, open access journal that is dedicated to any discipline under the category of pharmaceutical sciences. It publishes research articles, short communications, and reviews under the pharmacy discipline. These include pharmaceutical chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacognosy, pharmaceutical botany, microbiology, toxicology, the history of pharmacy and areas such as phytotherapy, ethnobotany, sports pharmacy, which have gained importance in recent years, are also included within the scope of the journal. The journal is aimed to be published for three times a year and the first volume is published on November 2018. The publication language is English. The aims of the journal are to contribute to the scientific development and advancement of researchers within the field of pharmacy and to allow the exchange of information among readers.

CONTENTS

Research articles

Direct SPME/GC-MS analyzes of small citrus fruits cultivated in Turkey
Hale Gamze Agalar, Burak Temiz, Betul Demirci, K. Husnu Can Baser

The effects of some organic solvents on the modified Ellman procedure for the assay of cholinesterases
Tugba Ercetin, Acelya Mavideniz, Karar Tawfeeq Shukur, Ali Khosravi, Bahamehr Riazi, Fatemeh
Salamati, Houra Shahinfar, Mohammad Najjaran, Muzahem Imad Ahmed, Nasim Maher, Negar
Khajeh, Nezhla Kazemi Davdar, Salva Shahinfar, Hayrettin Ozan Gulcan

Investigation of CRISPR anti-phage systems of Lactobacillus plantarum from pickled olives
A. Esra Eren, Ihsan Yasa, Nazenin Eftekhari

Morphological and leaf anatomical structure of Pimpinella cypria Boiss
Sevdenur Muti, F. Neriman Ozhatay

The ethnobotany, systematics and morphological studies of the genus Ornithogalum that naturally grows in Kahramanmaras province of Southern Turkey
Serpil Demirci Kayiran, F. Neriman Ozhatay

Formulation and chracterization of meloxicam loaded niosome-based hydrogel formulations for topical applications
Leyla Beba Pozharani, Sheida Zarifi Azar

Reviews

Myrtle (Myrtus communis L.) and potential health effects
Seliz Bagcilar, Ceren Gezer

Published: 2020-12-31