About this Research Topic
Our Society has a broad range of capabilities, our members particularly excelling in several specific areas, such as the pharmacology of neurodegenerative processes, pharmacological control of inhibitory ion channels, characterization of neuroactive compounds from natural Chilean sources, dopaminergic and purinergic pharmacology, cardiac fibroblasts regulation, gastrointestinal control of brain function, Latin American population pharmacogenomics, among others. In order to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of our Society, in terms of academic growth and general public dissemination, the present Research Topic intends to promote and collect original research studies as well as review, commentaries and perspective articles that provide novel advances and future directions in the pharmacological areas in which our current members have significantly contributed in recent years. However, it should be noted that the present research topic will be proud to receive articles from investigators of other scientific Societies in themes that fit within the scope of the listed specialty sections: Translational Pharmacology, Neuropharmacology, and Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Pharmacology.
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