Natural product reports

Natural Product Reports is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

It publishes reviews commissioned by the editorial board on all areas of natural products research. The Executive Editor is Richard Kelly.

Natural Product Reports (NPR) is a critical review journal that stimulates progress in all areas of natural products research, including isolation, structural and stereochemical determination, biosynthesis, biological activity, and synthesis.

The scope of the journal is very broad, and many reviews discuss the role of natural products in the wider bioinorganic, bioorganic and chemical biology communities. Areas covered include the following:

Nucleic acids
Chemical ecology
Primary and secondary metabolism
Analytical techniques
NPR articles are designed to give an interesting insight into the topic, focussing on the key developments that have shaped a field rather than giving a very comprehensive overview of all results.

Authors are encouraged to include their own perspective on developments, trends and future directions.

Impact Factor is a measure of the frequency with which the “average article” in a journal has been cited in a given period of time.

Natural product reports impact factor 2018

The impact factor is used as a standard dimension and the relative importance of a scientific journal within its field.

The Impact Factor is calculated by several scientific methods including citation analysis. No Evaluation Processing Fees.

2017/2018 Impact Factor : 11.406
2016 Impact Factor : 11.014
2015 Impact Factor : 10.986
2014 Impact Factor : 10.107
2013 Impact Factor : 10.715
2012 Impact Factor : 10.178
2011 Impact Factor : 9.79
2010 Impact Factor : 8.881
2009 Impact Factor : 9.202
2008 Impact Factor : 7.450

Natural product reports journal

The journal was established in 1938 as Lloydia and published by the Lloyd Library and Museum[1] and obtained its present title in 1979.[2]

It has been the official journal of the American Society of Pharmacognosy since 1961. Originally a quarterly publication, it became a bimonthly journal in 1975 and has appeared monthly since 1992.

The American Society of Pharmacognosy began to co-publish the journal with the American Chemical Society in 1996. In 2008, the journal was hijacked by a low-quality open access journal using the same title. As of January 2016, this counterfeit journal was still active.[3]

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