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TCMSP: a database of systems pharmacology for drug discovery from herbal medicines
- Jinlong Ru, Peng Li, +11 authors L. Yang
- Medicine, Computer Science
- Journal of Cheminformatics
- 16 April 2014
The particular strengths of TCMSP are the composition of the large number of herbal entries, and the ability to identify drug-target networks and drug-disease networks, which will help revealing the mechanisms of action of Chinese herbs, uncovering the nature ofTCM theory and developing new herb-oriented drugs. Expand
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