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The following drop-down menu allows for the browsing of data by specific biological pathway. This pathway heirarchy has been adopted from that used at Reactome. Each sub-pathway contains both BindingDB and Reactome links. BindingDB links go to binding data for proteins involved in a pathway. Note: Reactome "Reactions", as described on this page:, are not included here.

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September 2016. BindingDB's Advanced Search results now include a new "Diseases" tab, with information about the probable disease-relatedness of the Targets found in your search. This information is drawn from the source Articles and structured based on Disease Ontology. Please give it a try and let us know what you think of it!

May 2016. We have added a new Webservice, getLigandsByUniprots, which accepts list of UniProt IDs and returns all ligands for the proteins in the list that bind better than a user-specified threshold. A switch allows selection of results for all ligands, only ligands identified as commercially available, or only ligands identified as FDA-approved drugs. Another switch allows the default XML format to be replaced by JSON.

May 2016. The Target Names page has a new column, Commercially Available Compounds, which provides links only to BindingDB data for commercially available compounds. To buy a compound, follow the "Purchase" link under "Ligand Links" in pages like this.

May 2016. BindingDB is collaborating with the NDEx project to support annotation of biomolecular networks with small molecule binding data. This page provides further details, and you can view BindingDB as NDEx networks here. The NDEx Project provides an open-source framework where scientists and organizations can share, store, manipulate and publish biological network knowledge.