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The Asian Journal of Pharmacognosy 
eISSN: 0128-1119 
In order to facilitate the sharing and communication of scientific knowledge in medicinal plants among researchers in Asia, The Asian Journal of Pharmacognosy publishes original research articles, short communications in the field of pharmacognosy, in vitro or in vivo pharmacological activity of medicinal plants and natural products, and the toxicological activity of medicinal plants and traditional medicines. 

The Asian Journal of Pharmacognosy wants to give to researchers and academics from developing Asian countries the possibility to communicate their work and/or scientific observations although being simple or preliminary in the form of: 
 
1. Ethnopharmacological/ethnobotanical notes: AJP consider for publication notes in the form of a simple letter to the editor to report a medicinal use of a plant observed in villages, tribes, remote area. It must provide date, precise geographical location, name of the healer/shaman/medicine man consulted. The botanical identification of the plant must be provided as well as part used, mode of preparation. A few bibliographical references can be added.  
 
2. Short Communications: AJP consider for publication short communications of 4 pages including tables/figures/photos. The number of bibliographic references is advised to be less than 10.  
 
3. Research papers: AJP consider for publication research papers. Although not mandatory, we encourage authors to provide certification of the botanical identification of their samples.  
 
4. Review papers:  Guidelines for authors and further details of the Journal are available on the Instructions for Authors page. Contributions should be sent via email to the editor, Dr. Christophe Wiart, at Christophe.Wiart[at]nottingham.edu.my, who would also be pleased to discuss potential contributions. It is also possible to submit papers via the Asian Society of Pharmacognosy submission form.