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ISSN No. :2962-553X
Journal Title :Sciences of Phytochemistry
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Publisher Name :James H. Zothantluanga
Country :Indonesia
Language :English
Discipline :Interdiciplinary
Organization Name :PT. ETFLIN Scientific Society
Frequency :Biannual
Start Year :2022
Journal Description :Sciences of Phytochemistry (SciPhy) is a peer-reviewed open-access international journal. SciPhy is published online by ETFLIN. The ETFLIN Scientific Society is affiliated with SciPhy. Established: 14 June 2022 SciPhy advocates rapid editorial assessment and high quality peer-review. Articles are published immediately upon acceptance. Official e-mail address: AIM In speaking, writing, and communicating, SciPhy advocates equality and aims to enhance young intellectuals' or researchers' enthusiasm for carrying out research. SCOPE SciPhy publishes studies related to, but not limited to: Pharmacognosy Phytochemistry Phytoinformatics Computational phytochemistry In-silico studies Pharmacological activities of herbal extracts / phytocompounds Toxicology Ethnobotany Herbal formulations Phyto-nanotechnology Computational studies on phytocompounds (including synthetic/semi-synthetic compounds) using molecular docking, MD simulations, binding free energy calculations, in-silico ADMET screening, 2D/3D-QSAR modeling, DFT studies, systems biology, and network pharmacology techniques are welcomed for submission. Toxicological studies may be carried out with cell lines, animals, or 2D/3D-QSAR modeling approach. Ethnobotany covers field survey and documentation of traditional medicinal plants, traditional processing techniques, and traditional practices. Editorial assessment: Within 1 week of submission First decision: Immediately after editorial assessment Review time: 2-4 weeks after first decision Online publication: Immediately after acceptance Submission: Online submission system Publishing model: Open access Peer-review policy: Double-blind peer review Article processing charge: Not applicable at any stage of publication Manuscripts that are likely to receive direct editorial rejections without peer-review: Poor English quality Poor discussion of results Studies that are too simple Not following the instructions for authors at all Obvious ethical issues
Licence Type :CC BY
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