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Therapeutic Targets Database
The ultimate goal of biomedical research is to apply newfound knowledge of the human body and disease toward the development of novel therapies. The Bioinformatics and Drug Design Group at the National University of Singapore offers a wonderful online access point to the world of drug design, the Therapeutic Targets Database (TTD). The TTD is the type of database one loves to explore. It doesn’t matter if you’re searching for a drug, a disease, a target protein, or a metabolic pathway—just type your query into the search field. It’s as simple as that. The TTD excels in combining these various search parameters as well as in linking scientists directly to the literature. Once the search results are displayed and the target of interest selected, a great deal of information is provided, including literature references. These references are linked to PubMed, so inquirers can directly access the primary literature from the TTD’s website.