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British Journal of Pharmacology, one of the leading general pharmacology research journals in the world, is now available on your iPad and iPhone. Fresh from the Newsstand, the “BJP” app keeps you up to date with all the latest international news and peer-reviewed research.

Download the app today and enjoy a new browsing and reading experience, where you can:

• Download and read BJP’s most recent issues
• Be notified when a new issue is available
• Save your favourite articles for quick and easy access offline
• Browse, search and bookmark articles from all available issues
• Share links to your favourite articles with colleagues and friends

The British Journal of Pharmacology is a broad-based journal giving leading international coverage of all aspects of experimental pharmacology. It publishes high quality original research, and authoritative reviews and commentaries. Each year a range of themed issues are published and a must-read supplement, the Guide to Receptors and Channels (GRAC) is published every other year.

CURRENT SUBSCRIBERS to British Journal of Pharmacology can “pair” their device with their personal or institutional subscription to enjoy full access in this iPad edition.

SUBSCRIBE IN THE APP: Annual Subscriptions (26 issues) for the iPad-only edition are available for $699.99 (US) per year. Payment is charged to your iTunes account after confirmation of purchase. British Journal of Pharmacology subscriptions automatically renew within 24 hours of the end of your subscription period for $699.99 (US) unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the subscription period. To turn off auto-renew, go to your iTunes account settings after purchase. Note that subscriptions cannot be cancelled during the term of the subscription, but you can still turn off auto-renew to prevent automatic renewal of your subscription. Note that any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchases a subscription.