Supporting your critical drug development decisions
Guide Your Research
Essential and relevant data from the best sources to support your decisions
Decisions in every stage of drug development need the best information resources. The PharmaPendium database contains the most essential and relevant regulatory documents, scientific literature and commercial information for drug research. Only PharmaPendium brings you such a wealth of cutting-edge and historical biological and pharmacological data, and the optional Pharmokinetics and Metabolizing Enzymes modules increase the power of your information searches in specific areas. Discover what other search engines miss, learn from past submission mistakes, find out how to present the most compelling regulatory cases, and gain and maintain your market position. Trust PharmaPendium to guide your research.
Accelerate Drug Development
Powerful software that quickly and accurately retrieves drug data
Drug development is a highly dynamic field. PharmaPendium makes it easy to retrieve relevant and accurate data on preclinical and clinical drug efficacy, safety and pharmokinetics. The PharmaPendium database is meticulously indexed and hierarchically structured so you can quickly reach comparative data on candidates sharing any similarities. The optional Pharmokinetics and Metabolizing Enzymes modules follow the same optimized architecture. Speed up your drug development process with PharmaPendium.
Our brochure describes all of the features of PharmaPendium and gives details of how the optional modules integrate into your workflows.
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Unique features that deliver superior results
Information management tools must be designed with the end user in mind. PharmaPendium is designed and curated for every stage of drug development research, with scores of searchable drug reviews and data, access to regulatory precedents, and databases carefully mapped by a team of experts. Key features include:
- Text searching with synonym recognition
- Structure searching, including structure similarity and substructure
- Browsing by drug name, class and target information
- Browsing by adverse effect and toxicity
- Comparisons of adverse effects and species specificity across drugs and drug classes
Information management tools must be designed with the end user in mind. PharmaPendium is designed and curated for every stage of drug development research, with scores of searchable drug reviews and data, access to regulatory precedents, and databases carefully mapped by a team of experts. Key features include text searching with synonym recognition; structure searching with structure similarity and substructure options; browsing by drug name, class or target, or by adverse effect and toxicity; and cross-drug and -drug class comparisons of adverse effects and species specificity.
Access Regulatory Documents
Optional module increases access to EMA, AERS and FDA documents
Access to FDA, EMA and AERS documentation is essential if your drug candidate is to gain approval and have competitive advantages in its class. PharmaPendium gives you access to regulatory information from preclinical and clinical trials and approval documents to give you that competitive edge and support you in preparing all-important applications to regulatory authorities. The optional Pharmacokinetics Module gives you unprecedented access to preclinical and clinical exposure data extracted from the entire history of FDA Approval Packages and EMA documents. Read more about the Pharmokinetics Module here.
Reveal Drug-Drug Interactions
Optional module increases information on drug-metabolizing enzyme and transporter effects
Metabolizing Enzymes Module is a major resource for the modeling of adverse drug interactions resulting from the effects of drug-metabolizing enzymes and transporters. Enjoy the benefits of a unique content source that presents an unmatched level of data on CYP enzymes, Phase 2 enzymes, and dynamic pharmacokinetic parameters in context. Read more about the Metabolizing Enzymes Module here.
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