Welcome to HEDD

The Human Epigenetic Drug Database (HEDD) is a comprehensive web-based database for epigenetic drugs, which focuses on the storage and integration of epigenetic drug datasets that were obtained from laboratory experiments that is essential for understanding the mechanism of action of these epigenetic drugs at a systematic level.

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Welcome to HEDD

The Human Epigenetic Drug Database (HEDD) is an a comprehensive web-based database for epigenetic drugs, which focuses on the storage and integration of epigenetic drug datasets that were obtained from laboratory experiments that is essential for understanding the mechanism of action of these epigenetic drugs at a systematic level.

The current release of HEDD incorporates 5 kinds of datasets: (i)drug, basic information of drug; (ii) target, quantitatively description of inhibitor action; (iii)disease, approved, in clinical trials and preclinical; (vi)high-throughput study; (v) drug-target complex, crystal structure. To facilitate data extraction, flexible search options are built in HEDD, which allow unlimited condition query using drug name, disease name and other information.

For each dataset, current version contains information of brief description, citation with PubmedID, download link of raw data(if necessary) and so on. To facilitate data extraction, flexible search options are built in HEDD, which allow unlimited condition query using drug name, disease name and other information. HEDD also integrates 3D view Function to display the 3D structure of drug and drug-target complex. The CAS number and PDBID stored in HEDD are invoked as options to display the 3D structure of a drug and drug-target complex, respectively.

HEDD will update regularly. Last Update: 30-7-2016

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The Human Epigenetic Drug Database (HEDD) is a comprehensive web-based database for epigenetic drugs, which focuses on the storage and integration of epigenetic drug datasets that were obtained from laboratory experiments that is essential for understanding the mechanism of action of these epigenetic drugs at a systematic level.

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