FDA Licenses GVK's GOSTAR Database for Drug Repurposing Research | GenomeWeb

This week, GVK Biosciences said that the US Food and Drug Administration has licensed GOSTAR, a manually curated database of structure-activity relationship, pharmacokinetic, and toxicity data.

GOSTAR contains over 6.5 million manually curated compounds from over 2.5 million patents and 400,000 journals; and more than 18 million quantitative SAR points. It also includes a proprietary drug repurposing platform that pulls in data from other GVK Bio proprietary databases.

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