National Cancer Institute NCI database

The second largest structure databases, Beilstein and Gmelin, have been discussed in Section 3.13.3.3.3.1. These databases are only accessible for a fee.

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) database93 is a collection of more than half a million structures, assembled by the NCI's Developmental Therapeutics Program (DTP) or its predecessors in the course of NCI's anticancer screening. Approximately half of this database (c. 250 000 structures) is freely publicly available, and is therefore called the 'Open NCI Database'. It contains connection tables for structures, data such as cancer or AIDS screening results, approximately 127 000 CAS Registry Numbers, and 3600 measured logP values. The more recent NIH PubChem140 project provides freely available information on structure and biological activities of about 5 million small molecules.

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