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Drug Adverse Reaction Target"  info
 

A database for facilitating the search for drug adverse reaction target. It contains information about known drug adverse rection targets, functions and properties.
http://xin.cz3.nus.edu.sg/group/drt/dart.asp

Drug Induced Lung Diseases
 

List of drugs, causing lung diseases. Provided by the Department of Pulmonary Diseases and Intensive Care Unit. University Hospital. Dijon, France.
http://www.pneumotox.com/

Medicinal Materials DNA Barcode Database - MMDBD
 

Medicinal materials from natural sources have been used for centuries in China and other countries. They have been recognized as particularly suitable for treating modern diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, asthma and other long-term illnesses. Substitutes and adulterants are often introduced intentionally or accidentally, thus seriously interfering with their therapeutic effects, even leading to life-threatening poisoning. Medicinal materials are traditionally identified by their organoleptic characteristics and other physical properties. However, the differences among related species are sometimes too minute. Chemical analyses may be affected by the physiological and the storage conditions. With the advancement of molecular biology, DNA barcoding has now become a popular means for identification and authentication of plant and animal species. We have established this DNA barcode database for users to retrieve and analyze DNA sequences of medicinal materials. This website includes DNA sequences and information and key references of the medicinal materials recorded in the Pharmacopoeia of the People’s Republic of China, American Herbal Pharmacopoeia and other related references. Relevant information of common adulterants and substitutes are also listed. This database provides a web-based platform for storage, retrieval, comparison and analysis of DNA sequences, for distinguishing medicinal materials from their common substitutes and adulterants.
http://137.189.42.34/mherbsdb/

QT Drug List
 

Database of drugs that prolong the Qt interval
http://www.qtdrugs.org