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DRUGS & PHARMACOLOGY, Medicinal and Combinatorial Chemistry...

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Drug Info from PharmInfo.com

http://pharminfo.com/drugdb/drdbinfo.html

Drug Info: manufacturers from PharmInfo.com

http://pharminfo.com/drg_mnu.html

  Rx List .com

http://www.rxlist.com/

Drug Info from PharmWWW

http://is.dal.ca/~pharmwww/druginfo/

FDA Orange Book 

http://www.fda.gov/cder/ob

Drug infosearch: ChemNavigator

http://www.chemnavigator.com

Data on millions of compounds with possible pharmaceutical activity; this site will give you a limited free trial, but it's a subscription site and quite expensive -- unless you can your employer to pick up the tab! {I couldn't}


Photo copyright Henriette Kress,
 
http://www.ibiblio.org/herbmed
Henriette's Herbal Home Page by Henriette Kress

http://www.henriettesherbal.com
http://www.ibiblio.org/herbmed/index.html

4300 pictures of plants, an extensive database, links to other sites, and much more -- a winner!

     

Guide to Poisonous Plants by A.P. Knight at Colorado State U College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

http://www.vth.colostate.edu/poisonous_plants/

botanical and toxicological information in a searchable, beautifully illustrated field-handbook format

Poisonous Plants Home Page at Cornell University

http://www.ansci.cornell.edu/plants/index.html
http://www.ansci.cornell.edu/plants/plants.html

searchable database and links to other poisonous plant sites

the Lycaeum   "Entheogenic Database and Community"

http://www.lycaeum.org/

 a searchable database of hallucinogenic chemicals and plants apparently set up by a group of connoisseurs of hallucinogenic drugs!  I found this site during a structure inquiry on Salvinorin A, which was mentioned in a newspaper article,  when ChemFinder.com sent me there for additional info. This site included for information purposes only. As a recovering substance abuser myself, I can tell you most definitely that you won't find salvation through Salvinorin or any other  agent on their list!  "Entheogenic?" -- I don't think so!

 

Koch Crime Institute: "Is there a Meth Lab Cookin' in Your Neighborhood?"

http://www.kci.org/meth_info/neighborhood_lab.htm

 

DEA seal
DEA  Drug Enforcement Administration

http://www.dea.gov/

they're on the case -- make sure it's not your case!

  Clinical Pharmacology 2000

http://cp.gsm.com

this site is changing to a subscription-only format on August 1, 2001 -- Educators MAY  still be able to get free access IF they list the site as a required or recommended reference in their syllabus



Medical Pharmacology Disease-Based Integrated Instruction
 by Michael Gordon at University of Kansas School of Medicine
 

http://www.kumc.edu/instruction/alliedHealth/NurseAnesthesia/Medical_Pharmacology/index.htm

formerly at http://www.pharmacology2000.com/learning2.htm

lots of good stuff here with audio and some video



Pharmabase database of cellular physiology & pharmacology

http://zeus.mbl.edu/public/BRC/subj.php?func=explode&myID=181 
or
http://www.pharmabase.org

"NIH funded database ... developed as a research tool, a resource for students, and an ongoing interactive forum on the use of pharmacological compounds in cellular research. ... detailed compound records with interactive features that include a secure personal notepad, a form to send comments to the editor, and an interactive forum screen shared by all Pharmabase members. Membership is free."

  Pharma-Lexicon

http://www.pharma-lexicon.com/

as the name implies, primarily a dictionary of terms

USP - U.S. Pharmacopeia

United States Pharmacopeia

http://www.usp.org

not much actual meat available online -- you'll have to order your own copy if you want reference material

Wilkes University School of Pharmacy

http://pharmacy.wilkes.edu

a nice site with lots of links

CombiChem.net home page

http://www.combichem.net/files/core.htm

combinatorial chemistry links, suppliers, news, events, jobs, ...

Combi-Web Consortium

http://www.combi-web.com/ 

a consortium of four closely-related sites dealing with various aspects of combinatorial chemistry:

http://www.combichem.net 

  http://www.5z.com   

  http://www.combinatorial.com

 http://www.combichemlab.com

 

ChemBridge Corporation

http://www.chembridge.com/

established provider of discovery chemical products and services, combinatorial libraries, handcrafted producted collections, and related services.

ATSDR  Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/

has searchable databases and much more

ATSDR  ToxFAQs

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxfaq.html

The ToxFAQ list has valuable toxicity information on scores of chemicals in a non-MSDS format

National Toxicology Program

http://ntp-server.niehs.nih.gov/

deviating once again from strict alphabeticity to bring you the best!

                

Poison Info Center at UC San Diego

http://health.ucsd.edu/poison/

 

Society of Forensic Toxicologists, Inc.

http://www.soft-tox.org/

lots of interesting links worth exploring

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