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a few useful chemistry resources from the open Web Saturday, 9 December 2006 6:05 pm

Posted by Dongmei in chemistry.
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  • The Carcinogenic Potency Database created by Bruce Ames and coworkers gathers data from over 6,000 animal tests on the carcinogenicity of 1485 compounds.
    http://potency.berkeley.edu/cpdb.html
  • Synthetic Pages is a wiki-like database of organic and inorganic synthetic reactions that reads like a journal but with more informal commentary. http://www.syntheticpages.org
  • Membrane Protein Data Bank adds data from articles to data from the Protein Databank.
    http://www.mpdb.ul.ie
  • BMRB: Biological Magnetic Resonance Bank is an NMR data repository for proteins, peptides, and nucleic acids.
    http://www.bmrb.wisc.edu
  • Designed to promote drug discovery, the publicly accessible Binding Database contains binding affinities of over 19,000 biomolecular drug targets.
    http://www.bindingdb.org/bind/index.jsp

(from the latest “Beyond the Chemistry Web … ” column by Bob Buchanan in the SLA Chemistry Division E-Newsletter, 21 (2), Oct.-Dec. 2006)

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