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Thésaurus TOXIBASE

"À la suite de la mission que lui a confiée la MILDT de développer un centre de ressources national sur les drogues, l'OFDT met à disposition au sein de son service documentaire une base de données, qui couvre différents champs (produits, usages et conséquences de ces usages, réponses publiques et marchés de la drogue) et s'adresse en priorité aux décideurs et professionnels des secteurs sanitaire, social et répressif."

"As a result of the mission entrusted to it by the MILDT to develop a national resource center on drugs, OFDT provides a database in its documentary service covering different fields (products, uses and Consequences of these uses, public responses and drug markets) and is aimed primarily at decision-makers and professionals in the health, social and law enforcement sectors. "

Ontology for Drug Discovery Investigations

"The goal of DDI project is to develop an ontology for the description of drug discovery investigations. The Pharmaceutical industry is an information based industry. The aim of DDI is to add value to the information generated in the drug pipeline by making the information easier to reuse, integrate, curate, retrieve, and reason with. DDI aims to follow to the Open Biomedical Ontologies Foundry (OBO) principles, to use relations laid down in the OBO Relation Ontology, and to be compliant with Ontology for biomedical investigations (OBI)."

Derwent Drug File Thesaurus

"The Thesaurus contains all searchable keywords except the newest drug names and novel concepts that have arisen since publication. The Thesaurus is laid out in two columns; the left column contains the look-up term and the right column either contains the higher terms of a keyword, the generic name of a proprietary drug name, or refers the seacher to the correct term or alternative terms to use. Higher terms associated with specific keywords are indicated by the abbreviation h.t. and are found in the right column of the Thesaurus.

Australian Standard Classification of Drugs of Concern

"The Australian Standard Classification of Drugs of Concern (ASCDC) is the Australian statistical standard for classifying data relating to drugs which are considered to be of concern in Australian society. The ASCDC is essentially a classification of type of drug of concern based on the chemical structure, mechanism of action and effect on physiological activity of the drugs of concern. The classification of Type of Drug is described as the 'main classification structure' throughout the ASCDC document.