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REVIEW ARTICLES
1.  PDE7B1 as Therapeutic Target for Treatment of Cognitive Dysfunctions in Multiple Sclerosis.
2.  Contribution Of Italian Clinical Research For Contrast Media-Induced Non-Renal Adverse Drug Reactions Over The Last Three Decades - A Systematic Review.
COMMENTARY
1.  An Opioid-Benzodiazepine Interaction: Benzodiazepines as Opioids?
EDUCATIONAL FORUM
1.  Evolving Role of Clinical Pharmacologist in Indian accreditated Hospitals
RESEARCH PAPER (ORIGINAL ARTICLE)
1.  Development and Implementation of Pharmacology Museum as a Teaching-learning Tool
2.  Effect of antihypertensive pharmacotherapy on Oscillometric Pulse Wave Analysis parameters in treated Gujarati hypertensives: A cross-sectional study
3.  Co-morbid physical and mental health illness of prescription opioid abusers attending de-addiction centers of Sikkim: a north-eastern state of India.
4.  Genotype and allele frequency of POR*28 gene polymorphism in south Indian population
5.  A Randomized Open Label Study to Evaluate the Effects of Escitalopram and Mirtazapine on Psychomotor Functions and Memory in Patients of Depression
6.  A cross-sectional study on impact of concomitant use of beta blocker, statin, aspirin or metformin on central haemodynamics and arterial stiffness parameters in treated Gujarati hypertensives
7.  A novel potential role of vitamin K2-7 in relieving peripheral neuropathy
CASE REPORT
1.  Complete Response to Afatinib in Lung Adenocarcinoma of EGFR Exon-19 Deletion Mutation and Disease Recurrence on Drug Discontinuation: A Case Report
2.  Crizotinib induced photoallergic dermatitis- A case report of an unconventional adverse effect of a novel molecule
CORRESPONDENCE
1.  Coagulopathy: a possible mechanism of terlipressin associated peripheral ischemic complications: evidence from published case reports.


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