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The following are some useful TB, Natural Product and Miscellaneous Resources available in public domain:

TB Resources:

MycPermCheckMycPermCheck is a freely accessible online tool for permeability prediction of small molecules against Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Basis of the prediction program is a logistic regression model of the physico-chemical properties of permeable substances.
MDRIpredA webserver for predicting inhibitor against drug tolrent M.Tuberculosis.
IPWInteractome pathway (IPW) contains largest manually curated interactome of Mtb and encompasses a total of 1434 proteins connected through 2575 functional relationships and includes Interactions leading to gene regulation, signal transduction, metabolism, structural complex formation.
Structural annotation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis proteomeStructural annotation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis proteome.
GDoQA open source Webserver for prediction of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis (M.Tb) inhibitors using QSAR and Docking statergies.GDoQ web server has been developed to serve scientific community working in the field of Drug Desigining for designing inhibitors against N-acetylglucosamine-1-phosphate uridyltransferase (GLMU) protein, a potential drug target involved in bacterial cell wall synthesis.
KiDoQA webserver which allows the prediction of Ki value of a new ligand molecule against dihydrodipicolinate synthase (DHDPS).
CRDDCRDD (Computational Resources for Drug Discovery) is an important module of the in silico module of OSDD. The CRDD web portal provides computer resources related to drug discovery on a single platform.
MyBASEAn integrated platform focused on mycobacterial genome polymorphism, virulence factors, and essential genes
MycoBrowserA resource providing information from databases dedicated to the complete genomes of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Mycobacterium leprae, Mycobacterium marinum and Mycobacterium smegmatis.
TBrowseA database dedicated to provide the scientific community an integrative genomic map of M. tuberculosis with millions of data-points representing different genomic features and computational predictions systematically collected from online resources and publications, including gene/operon predictions, orthologs, gene expression data, non-coding RNA, pathway/networks, regulatory elements, variation and repeats, subcellular localization, among others.
Tuberculosis: MedlinePlusA service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine (From the National Institutes of Health)
TBDBTBDatabase (TBDB) makes available the tools and resources available at the Stanford Microarray Database and the Broad Institute.
TubercuListThe TubercuList knowledge base integrates genome details, protein information, drug and transcriptome data, mutant and operon annotation, bibliography, structural views and comparative genomics, in a structured manner required for the rational development of new diagnostic, therapeutic and prophylactic measures against tuberculosis
Mycobacterium tuberculosis Comparative DatabaseMycobacterium tuberculosis Comparative Database
webTBA resource for Mycobacterium tuberculosis researchers
Tuberculosis Drug Resistance Mutation DatabaseAllows users to visualize all the specific mutations associated with resistance to each drug


Natural Product Resources:

Universal Natural Product Database (UNPD)The Universal Natural Products Database (UNPD) was designed to be a comprehensive resource of natural products for virtual screening. UNPD comprises 208213 molecules in the current version and their identification information (chemical name, CAS registry number, molecular formula, molecular weight, international chemical identifier and simplified molecular input line entry specification) and molecular properties (AlogP, Number of Hydrogen Bond Acceptor, Number of Hydrogen Bond Donors, ).
Super Natural IIIt contains 352,811 natural compounds including information on the 2d structures, physicochemical properties and potential vendors.
NuBBE DatabaseNuBBE database (NuBBEDB) is a virtual database of natural products and derivatives from the Brazilian biodiversity containing the compounds obtained by the academic group NuBBE. NuBBEDB contains the main chemical and biological properties, and the 3D structure of the compounds.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Database@TaiwanThe database contains 37,170 (32,364 non-duplicate) TCM compounds from 352 TCM ingredients.
StreptomeDBLargest database of natural products isolated from Streptomyces. It contains >2400 unique and diverse compounds from >1900 different Streptomyces strains and substrains.
HIT: linking herbal active ingredients to targetsHIT is a comprehensive and fully curated database to complement available resources on protein targets for FDA-approved drugs as well as the promising precursors. It currently contains about 1,301 known protein targets(221 proteins are described as direct targets) derived from more than 3,250 literatures, which covers about 586 active compounds from more than 1,300 reputable Chinese herbs.
TCMID: Traditional Chinese Medicines Integrated DatabaseTCMID contains ~ 47 000 prescriptions, 8159 herbs, 25 210 compounds, 6828 drugs, 3791 diseases and 17 521 related targets, which is the largest data set for related field.
HIM-herbal ingredients in-vivo metabolism databaseHIM contains 361 ingredients and 1104 corresponding in-vivo metabolites from 673 reputable herbs.
NAPRALERTNAPRALERT is a relational database of all natural products, including ethnomedical information, pharmacological/biochemical information of extracts of organisms in vitro, in situ, in vivo, in humans (case reports, non-clinical trials) and clinical studies. Similar information is available for secondary metabolites from natural sources.
CMKb: a web-based prototype for integrating Australian Aboriginal customary medicinal plant knowledgeCMKb is an online relational database for collating, disseminating, visualising and analysing initially public domain data on customary medicinal plants. The database stores information related to taxonomy, phytochemistry, biogeography, biological activities of customary medicinal plant species as well as images of individual species. Known bioactive molecules are characterized within the chemoinformatics module of CMKb, with functions available for molecular editing and visualization.
The International Ethnobotany Database (ebDB)It is a noncommercial repository for ethnobotanical data supporting multilingual functionality. This database contains a broad feature set and is designed specifically for ethnobotanical research providing complete location information, strong searching and data export features.


Miscellaneous Resources:

DrugBankThe DrugBank database is an online resource that combines detailed drug (i.e. chemical, pharmacological and pharmaceutical) data with comprehensive drug target (i.e. sequence, structure, and pathway) information.
PubChemPubChem is a public repository for chemical molecules and their activities against biological assays. It comprises three interconnected databases: (i) Compound (ii) Bioassay (iii) Substance.
CDD databaseThe Collaborative Drug Discovery (CDD) Database is a collaborative "cloud-based" tool that aims to bring together neglected disease researchers and other researchers from usually separate areas, to collaborate and to share compounds and drug discovery data in the research community.
ChEMBLAn Open Data database containing binding, functional and ADMET information for a large number of drug-like bioactive compounds.
ChemSpiderChemSpider is a free chemical structure database providing fast text and structure search access to over 32 million structures from hundreds of data sources.
ChEBIChemical Entities of Biological Interest (ChEBI) is a freely available dictionary of molecular entities focused on 'small' chemical compounds.


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