Annotates all the toxin proteins found in the venom of animals. Tox-Prot is an online resource that supplies information on snakes, scorpions, spiders, jellyfish, insects, cone snails, sea anemones, lizards, and the platypus. It also deals with the toxins found in the body of poisonous animals, such as worms and fish, which do not have a specialized venom organ injection. Moreover, annotations of all toxin families are regularly updated as well as the list of toxin sequences.
Ranks the drug-induced liver injury (DILI) risk in humans for over 1000 food and drug administration (FDA)-approved drugs. DILIrank is an online resource that can be used for analyzing the landscape of DILI risk in therapeutic classes associated with FDA-approved drugs. Moreover, this resource is categorized according four categories intending to represent their potential for causing DILI.
Provides a platform allowing access to information related to chemical substances. CompTox Chemistry Dashboard is a repository applying both manual and algorithmic curation techniques for compiling data from various public datasets, such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Substance Registry Service or the PubChem database. It aims to assist users in evaluating the available data about a specific content or for data exploration.
Gathers information about experimental mixture studies. CREST is a public repository organized through three main categories: literature, datasets and chemicals. Searches can be made by studies or by chemicals using their name or their standard international chemical identifiers (Std InChIs). The database gives access to external links towards the corresponding literature or to content that can be exported in tab-separated text format. The database is part of the MixTox TRI (towards regulatory implementation) project.
Contains information on drugs and other chemicals to which breastfeeding mothers may be exposed. LactMed provides links to information on the creation of the database and its peer review process, a glossary, and links to breastfeeding resources from both American and international organizations. The database includes information on the levels of such substances in breast milk and infant blood, and the possible adverse effects in the nursing infant.