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|Alternative name||Transporter Protein Search|
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|Data access||File download, Browse|
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Publication for Transporter Protein Search
How Open Data Shapes In Silico Transporter Modeling
[…] silico transporter models is no longer a major limitation for many transport proteins. Open data sources for small compound transporter bioactivity data include specialized transporter databases like TP search , Metrabase (Metabolism and transport database)  and UCSF-FDA TransPortal , as well as broad compound collections like ChEMBL  (e.g., 9.8% of compounds in ChEMBL_22 report measuremen […]
Comparability of Mixed IC50 Data – A Statistical Analysis
[…] tion can be compared as The problem is that assay details are not reported in public bioactivity databases. Recently, Zdrazil et al. analyzed human P-glycoprotein bioassay data from the ChEMBL and TP-search databases. They explore the ability of these data, determined in different assays, to be combined with each other. Their study indicates that for inhibitors of human P-glycoprotein this is […]
Fingerprint based in silico models for the prediction of P glycoprotein substrates and inhibitors
[…] erties.The models developed were further validated by applying them to known P-gp substrates/non-substrates extracted from publicly available data sources. For this, we considered three data sources: TP search (www.tp-search.jp), Drug Bank (www.drugbank.ca) and compounds taken from literature. Duplicates and overlapping compounds were removed from the respective data sets. Unfortunately, for TP se […]
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