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DDIEM - Drug database for inborn error of metabolism

Welcome to DDIEM, Drug database for inborn errors of metabolism. DDIEM database is a database on therapeutic strategies for inborn errors of metabolism. These strategies are classified by mechanism and outcome in DDIEM Ontology. DDIEM uses this ontology to categprise the experimental treatments that have been proposed or applied. It includes descriptions of the phenotypes addressed by the treatment and drugs participating in treatment and procedures.

DDIEM is jointly developed by researchers from KAUST BORG and University of Cambridge

Website

Please visit DDIEM website to browse the database. It provides a search for metabolic diseases by disease name, drugs used for a treatment and mode of action used in treating the disease. It also provides a SPARQL query editor for query DDIEM data.

License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

Disclaimer

The creators and editors of DDIEM have made every effort to ensure that all information in this database is correct at at the time of production and are not

responsible for errors or omissions. DDIEM makes no representation about the suitability, completeness or accuracy of the data provided for any purpose and makes

no warranties either expressed or implied about the fitness for a particular purpose or that the use of this data will not infringe any third party patents,

copyrights trademarks or other rights. the data are provided ‘as is”. DDIEM is a tool designed to gather, integrate and present data on inborn errors of metabolism

for research, teaching and scholarly purposes.

Medical Disclaimer

The content of this website is provided as an information source for clinicians and scientists only, and is not intended as, nor should it be considered a

substitute for, professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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