Foresee the Best Drug Development Strategy
Challenges are inevitable on the path to regulatory approval of drug candidates. Successful drug development involves anticipating those challenges as early as possible. Comparative and up-to-date information is needed to verify pharmacokinetic and experimental data, anticipate species-specific issues in translating in vitro and in vivo studies, predict potential drug–drug interactions and design trials to best preclude regulatory issues.
Regulatory Knowledge at your Fingertips
Access to comprehensive safety and regulatory data on known drugs helps researchers answer critical questions and increases confidence in drug development decisions. PharmaPendium delivers the content and data that researchers depend upon, including FDA and EMA full drug approval packages, FDA AERS, FDA advisory committee meetings and selected journals. Furthermore, its extracted databases on drug safety, pharmacokinetics and metabolizing enzymes & transporters provide indispensable preclinical, clinical and post-market coverage.
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PharmaPendium Fact Sheet
PharmaPendium offers dedicated data modules that provide insights and information on the critical focused areas of drug development, drug safety, ADME and drug-drug interactions. Discover how PharmaPendium:
- Bolsters informed decisions with unique, hard-to-find information
- Saves considerable time
- Retrieves more comparative drug safety information than any other tool
Download the PharmaPendium fact sheet (PDF, 904kb)
Access Preclinical and Clinical Exposure Data
Refine therapeutic window analyses and experimental design with high quality precedent data from approved drugs.
Download the Pharmacokinetics fact sheet (PDF, 875kb)
Model Drug Behavior In Vivo
Explore this vast database to anticipate drug-drug interactions, drug efficacy and toxicity.