Announcement of the closure of the free online databases

Fujitsu Kyushu Systems Limited has provided the following pharmacokinetic databases free of charge. We would like to express our gratitude to our customers who have used these databases.

Drug Interaction Database (HAB)

The database contains results of the inhibition study on the metabolism of standard substrates using the same lot of human liver microsomes with the same protocol for several drugs already on the market.

The database is the result of the studies conducted by the HAB Drug Interaction Database Research Group from 1998 to 2002, and was made available to the public free of charge for 10 years from 2005.
We would like to thank all of our customers who have used the database.

A message from Dr. Toshihiko Ikeda, Professor at the Laboratory of Pharmacokinetics, Yokohama Pharmaceutical University, regarding the closure of the Drug Interaction Database (HAB) website (122 KB)PDF
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Moreover, the computational approach developed by the Drug Interaction Database Research Group for quantitative prediction of drug interactions is available in our DDI Simulator. New functions and data are being added under the supervision of Associate Professor Kazuya Maeda of the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Tokyo.
For more information about the DDI Simulator, please click the link below

The Pharmacokinetic Frequency Analysis database (PSC)

The PSC database is a system that correlates and compares the results of the Pharma SNP Consortium's identification and frequency analysis of pharmacokinetic-related gene polymorphisms using samples from approximately 1,000 Japanese people and other data with allele information for drug metabolism-related enzymes (P450) genes.

The database was developed by the Japan Biological Informatics Consortium (JBiC) based on PSC data from the Japan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (JPMA) between 2001 and 2002. After JBiC released the database for three years, it was transferred here in 2005, and as of the end of June 2015, the database was closed to the public.
We would like to thank all of our customers for their support.

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