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Feb022012 database now on Collaborative Drug Discovery site has formed an alliance with Collaborative Drug Discovery (CDD) and our data is now featured on the site.  CDD provides a great way to mine data and look at various properties across multiple databases.  It is also a very good way to learn which compounds are available for specific types of ADME data.  In other words, by searching the database on CDD you can see which compounds have specifc assay data.  View which compounds have Caco-2 data, or solubility data.  Or see which compounds have both.  Interested to know how many (and which) compounds have both human hepatocyte and protein binding data?  Search the database on CDD and get a listing of the compounds that meet that criteria.


Not all of the data is on the CDD site yet (in fact not all of it is listed on our site yet), but we will be adding data over time, so it is worth checking back periodically.


To access our database on the CDD site, follow these simple steps:

1.  Go to

2.  Fill in name and email address

3.  View the public version of the database and search it by your own criteria


Note that the public database will indicate what specific compounds and assays are availble, but you will not be able to view the actual values - only that a specific data point exists.  To view the actual values, you must still optain a license from (that is, afterall, how this site survives...).


Please let us know how you like this searchable feature.

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