TDR Targets

Other names: TDRtargets, tdr_targets

TDR Targets integrates chemical and genomic information and allows users to prioritize targets and compounds to develop and repurpose new drugs and chemical tools for human pathogens. The TDR Target Project was started in 2005 after a call for applications was launched by TDR (Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases). As a result, the TDR Targets Database was established to help develop a portfolio of candidate drug targets for 5 major human pathogens. This then became a resource for prioritizing targets for neglected tropical diseases. TDR Targets is led and run by the Trypanosomatics group at IIB-UNSAM (Argentina, with help with external collaborators worldwide.


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