DrugBank Accession number consisting of the 4 letter prefix and a 5 number suffix. Each Accession number is unique to the drug's generic name. The 4 letter suffix (APRD, EXPT, BIOD, NUTR) indicates the type of drug (APRD=approved small molecule drug, EXPT=experimental drug, BIOD=biotech drug, NUTR=nutraceutical or natural product). Biotech drugs consist of FDA approved peptide, protein or nucleic acid drugs, approved small molecule drugs are FDA approved non-biotech drugs, nutraceuticals are natural products (amino acids, vitamins, other metabolites) and experimental drugs include drugs under trial, pre-clinical drugs, unapproved drugs, well known inhibitors and possible toxins. [ http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14755292 ]

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Drugable

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DrugBank Accession number consisting of the 4 letter prefix and a 5 number suffix. Each Accession number is unique to the drug's generic name. The 4 letter suffix (APRD, EXPT, BIOD, NUTR) indicates the type of drug (APRD=approved small molecule drug, EXPT=experimental drug, BIOD=biotech drug, NUTR=nutraceutical or natural product). Biotech drugs consist of FDA approved peptide, protein or nucleic acid drugs, approved small molecule drugs are FDA approved non-biotech drugs, nutraceuticals are natural products (amino acids, vitamins, other metabolites) and experimental drugs include drugs under trial, pre-clinical drugs, unapproved drugs, well known inhibitors and possible toxins.

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