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Omosa LK, Amugune B, Mutai P, Karumu E, Mukungu N, Induli M, et al.. Rapid Screening using GIBEX Screens-to-nature System of Ethnomedicinal Plants from Ngong Forest, Kenya for Potency against Infectious Diseases and Antioxidant Activities: A Qualitative Study. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2019;9(2):59-74.  (554.54 KB)
Omosa LKerubo, Okemwa EKenanda. Antiplasmodial Activities of the Stem bark Extract and Compounds of Zanthoxylum gilletii (De wild) P.G. Waterman. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2017;7(1):41-46.  (510.07 KB)
Omole RAnyango, Moshi MJulius, Ilias M, Larry W, Malebo HM, Omosa LKerubo, et al.. In vitro Antiplasmodial and Cytotoxic activity of Three Medicinal Plants used Traditionally for Treatment of Malaria. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(1):2-6.  (232.71 KB)
Omole RAnyango, Moshi MJulius, Heydenreich M, Malebo HMasanja, Gathirwa JWaweru, Oriko ROwor, et al.. Antiplasmodial Biflavanones from the Stem Bark of Garcinia buchananii Engl. .Pharmacognosy Communications. 2019;9(3):96-99.  (472.51 KB)
Olayemi ATemitayo, Olanrewaju MJones, Oloruntoba AChristophe. Toxicological evaluation of Moringa oleifera Lam seeds and leaves in Wistar rats. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2016;6(2):100-111.  (6.28 MB)
Ojiako OAlphosus, , Ogbuji AChizaramok. Renal and Hepatic Antioxidant Status of Hyperglycemic Rats Treated With Single and Combinatorial Herbal Formulations. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(2):148-159.  (841.69 KB)
Ojiako OAlphonsus, Chikezie PChidoka, Ukairo DIfeyinwa, Ibegbulem COnyejiaka, Nwaoguikpe RNwazue. Hepatic Oxidative Stress and Haematological Parameters of Wistar Rats Following Infusion of Carbon Tetrachloride and Treated with Raw and Hydrothermal Processed Herbs. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2018;8(1):29-36.  (727.75 KB)
Ojiako OAlphonsus, . Blood Na+/K+ and Cl- Levels of Hyperglycemic Rats Administered with Traditional Herbal Formulations. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(2):140-144.  (443.33 KB)
Ojiako OA, Chikezie PC, Ukairo DI, Ibegbulem CO, Nwaoguikpe RN. Functional Assessments and Histopathology of Hepatorenal Tissues of Wistar Rats Infused with Carbon Tetrachloride and Treated with Raw and Hydrothermal Processed Herbs. Pharmacognosy Communications, [Internet]. 2017;7(4):142-151. http://fulltxt.org/article/396 (615.48 KB)

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Pharmacognosy Communications [Phcog Commn.] is a new quarterly journal published by Phcog.Net. It is a peer reviewed journal aiming to publish high quality original research articles, methods, techniques and evaluation reports, critical reviews, short communications, commentaries and editorials of all aspects of medicinal plant research. The journal is aimed at a broad readership, publishing articles on all aspects of pharmacognosy, and related fields. The journal aims to increase understanding of pharmacognosy as well as to direct and foster further research through the dissemination of scientific information by the  publication of manuscripts. The submission of original contributions in all areas of pharmacognosy are welcome.

The journal aims to cater the latest outstanding developments in the field of pharmacognosy and natural products and drug design covering but not limited to the following topics:

  • Pharmacognosy and pharmacognistic investigations
  • Research based ethnopharmacological evaluations
  • Biological evaluation of crude extracts, essential oils and pure isolates
  • Natural product discovery and evaluation
  • Mechanistic studies
  • Method and technique development and evaluation
  • Isolation, identification and structural elucidation of natural products
  • Synthesis and transformation studies

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Subjects Covered : Natural Products, Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry, Marine Pharmacognosy and Zoo Pharmacognosy
ISSN :2249-0159 (Print) ; 2249-0167 (Online) Frequency : Quarterly Rapid at a time publication (4 issues/year)

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Rapid publication: Average time from submission to first decision is 30 days and from acceptance to In Press online  publication is 45 days.
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