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Part of a joint project between BioByte, Inc. and Pomona College in California. This site describes a log P(ow) calculating application and gives the results of its application to 140 drugs.
http://www.clogp.pomona.edu
A searchable database containing literature references, structures and genetic information on cytochrome P450 enzymes, associated proteins, and some of their substrates.
http://www.icgeb.trieste.it
From the Jinno Lab at Toyohashi School of Technology in Japan. Chemical and physical properties, including uv spectra, of drugs. Data are credited to Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry (Pergammon Press).
http://chrom.tutms.tut.ac.jp
Approximately 120,000 chemicals used in EC industries. Access is by name, synonym or CAS Registry Number. Entries contain physical/chemical data, MSDS data and production/consumption statistics.
http://math.cd-rom-directory.com
A database of ethnobotanical references, searchable by common names, taxonomic names, uses and the country of origin of the plant. Developed by Stephen M. Beckstron-Sternberg of the USDA Agricultural Research Service. Hosted by the National Agricultural Library.
http://www.agnic.org
A database of potential target molecules for pharmaceutical research. Entries describe the structure and role of the molecule; disease(s) the molecule is implicated in; researchers currently studying the molecule; and lists of printed or networked resources for further reading.
http://bioinformatics.weizmann.ac.il
Two collections of plant information, images, and links to other sites. Established by Mr. Michael C. Tims and Dr. George A. Bean of the University of Maryland as part of a cou rse on medical botany.
http://www.wam.umd.edu
A searchable database of over 325,000 MSDSs.
http://msds.pdc.cornell.edu
PDD
NIMH-NCI Protein-Disease Database. Correlates diseases with proteins observed in common human bodily fluids. Also links to several databases of 2D electrophoretic gel maps.
http://www-lecb.ncifcrf.gov
From the Jinno Lab at Toyohashi School of Technology in Japan. Has chemical and physical properties, chromatographic separation conditions and toxicity information.
http://chrom.tutms.tut.ac.jp
Maintained by Dr. Jun Han, a researcher in the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities department of Pharmaceutics.
http://www.cbc.umn.edu
A database of natural compounds, including chemical activity, quantity occurring and species distribution. Developed by Stephen M. Beckstron-Sternberg of the USDA Agricultural Research Service. Hosted by the National Agricultural Library.
http://www.agnic.org
From the Jinno Lab at Toyohashi School of Technology in Japan. Has chemical and physical properties, uv spectra and chromatographic separation conditions.
http://chrom.tutms.tut.ac.jp
Information about ongoing or planned research or clinical trials related to rare diseases. Produced by the National Institutes of Health's Office of Rare Diseases.
http://www.rarediseases.info.nih.gov
A database of protein and nucleic acid sequences, with bibliographic citations from MEDLINE. Search help is available.
http://www3.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov