A worldwide unique database of natural molecules
With the GPDB, take advantage of the resources of the world’s largest library of natural molecules.
What is GPDB?
In the era of artificial intelligence, the use of digital data has become an essential analysis tool in the field of biological research and early prediction of biological activity.
GPDB is an innovative and robust ethnopharmacological database. This chemical compound structure databse is the fruit of many years of research and scientific publications. It comprises the results of biological assays completed on plant extracts and isolated molecules as well as data derived from numerous patents, scientific reviews and worldwide pharmacopeia.
GPDB is exclusively dedicated to natural molecules and comprises more than 300,000 chemical compound structures, 160,000 organisms, 54,000 traditional uses, 13,000 biological properties / targets that are validated and annotated with information on sources, therapeutic domains and protein families. It also takes into account information related to the uses of the traditional medicine of plants as well as the ethnic groups among which the data have been collected.
Knowledge and discovery of molecules at the service of prediction and innovation
What does the GPDB do ?
GPDB allows the screening of molecules while taking into account the latest scientific breakthroughs.
The GPDB database is continuously updated with the results of the latest biological research (plant extracts, new natural molecules, new activities of known molecules, chemical coumpounds etc.). This database gathers a whole pool of knowledge in one single tool.
A natural molecule library dedicated to prediction efficacy
The GPDB database is a useful tool for the discovery of new active molecules. It provides you with a high degree of detail on each compound and its cosmetic applications. The GPDB library is at the heart of two virtual screening tools for in silico prediction of biological activity.
GPDB is the basis for the following projects: