Current Medicinal Chemistry covers all the latest and outstanding developments in medicinal chemistry and rational drug design. Each issue contains a series of timely in-depth reviews written by leaders in the field covering a range of the current topics in medicinal chemistry. Current Medicinal Chemistry is an essential journal for every medicinal chemist who wishes to be kept informed and up-to-date with the latest and most important developments.

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Volume 21, Number 6, February 2014

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Free Content Editorial (Thematic Issue: Epilepsy and Its Therapy: Present and Future)
pp. 651-652(2)
Authors: Kovacs, Zsolt; Dobolyi, Arpad

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Open Access Pathophysiogenesis of Mesial Temporal Lobe Epilepsy: Is Prevention of Damage Antiepileptogenic?
pp. 663-688(26)
Authors: Curia, G.; Lucchi, C.; Vinet, J.; Gualtieri, F.; Marinelli, C.; Torsello, A.; Costantino, L.; Biagini, G.

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Progress and Outlooks in a Genetic Absence Epilepsy Model (WAG/Rij)
pp. 704-721(18)
Authors: van Luijtelaar, G.; Zobeiri, M.

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Structure Activity Relationships of Novel Antiepileptic Drugs
pp. 722-754(33)
Authors: Mittapalli, G.K.; Roberts, E.

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Astrocytic Target Mechanisms in Epilepsy
pp. 755-763(9)
Author: Heja, L.

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Receptors of Peptides as Therapeutic Targets in Epilepsy Research
pp. 764-787(24)
Authors: Dobolyi, A.; Kekesi, K.A.; Juhasz, G.; Szekely, A.D.; Lovas, G.; Kovacs, Z.

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The Antiepileptic Potential of Nucleosides
pp. 788-821(34)
Authors: Kovacs, Z.; Kekesi, K.A.; Juhasz, G.; Dobolyi, A.

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