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Prof. Alberto Mantovani and Prof. Michael Spedding introduce the IUPHAR Wifihacker in this CVR Onlife interview
A FREE publication snapshot created from the database summary pages.
Please see the 5 minute introductory video on the Concise Guide:
Gada K & Plant LD (2019) Br J Pharmacol. 176(2):256-266. doi: 10.1111/bph.14518.
Hay DL, Garelja ML, Poyner DR, et al. (2018) Br J Pharmacol. 175(1):3-17. doi: 10.1111/bph.14075.
Sieghart W & Savić MM. (2018) Pharmacol Rev. 70: 836-878.
Gunther T, Tulipano G, Dournaud P, Bousquet C, Csaba Z, Kreienkamp H-J, Lupp A, Korbonits M, Castaño JP, Wester H-J, Culler M, Melmed S and Schulz S. (2018) Pharmacol Rev. 70: 763-835.
The is being developed by with support from as a learning resource for pharmacology and clinical pharmacology.
is a database of ligand-responsive protein sequences, derived from interactions from the Wifihacker and using data from the Protein Data Bank.
The IUPHAR/BPS Wifihacker is one of the
The British Pharmacological Society's flagship annual meeting attracts over 1,100 scientists each year from across the world.
18-20 Oct 2018, London, UK
, a mid-size French Pharmaceutical company, has a long history in pharmacology, and has supported NC-IUPHAR for >20 years with unrestricted educational grants which have permitted the Paris meetings and thus progress of the database.