Thematic Section Prodrugs:
from Design to Applications
"Prodrugs: from Design to Applications" thematic section of MOLECULES:
Call for Papers
As Guest Editor, I would like to invite you to contribute
a review paper or a research paper for
"Prodrugs: from Design to Applications", a thematic section of
MOLECULES journal (http://www.mdpi.org/molecules). On 14 January 2008,
we decideded to run this publication project as a "thematic section"
of a "special issue".
If you plan to contribute a review paper, please
send the title and a short abstract soon. The review paper titles
will be listed a the website
You may send your manuscript as soon as it is ready.
be published immediately. Finally, all the papers belonging to this
will be gathered together in a homepage.
This journal maintains a rigorous and fast peer-review system.
Well written papers have been peer reviewed and published in
one month or even less than two weeks from manuscript submission,
see the example: http://www.mdpi.org/molecules/papers/11040212.pdf.
If you prepare a paper you may use the Word file of this paper as a
Because it is an online Open Access journal, papers published in
receive very high publicity. This journal is indexed and
abstracted very rapidly by the leading indexing and abstracting
services including Beilstein, Chemical Abstracts and Science
Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science).
This thematic section will be fully Open Access with publishing
fees paid by authors (see http://www.mdpi.org/oaj-supports.htm).
a small number of papers in this special issue will be recommended
by the Guest Editor to be published free of charge as Open Access
Manuscripts should be prepared according to the Instructions for
Authors and submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and a copy to
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject title of the message
"Manuscript for Thematic Section on Prodrugs: from Design to
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Jean Jacques Vanden Eynde
Jean Jacques Vanden Eynde, Dr. Sc.
Académie Universitaire Wallonie-Bruxelles
University of Mons-Hainaut
Laboratory of Organic Chemistry
Unit of Organic Synthesis
Faculty of Sciences
20 Place du Parc
Ph: + 32 65 373337 (office)
+ 32 65 373338 (lab)
Fax: + 32 65 373515
Web site http://w3.umh.ac.be/~jjvde/lso.htm
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Last update: 14 January 2008