canSAR BLACK
canSAR BLACK
Beta v1.1
integrated knowledge-base that brings together multidisciplinary data across biology, chemistry, pharmacology, structural biology, cellular networks and clinical annotations, and applies machine learning approaches to provide drug-discovery useful predictions
integrated knowledge-base that brings together multidisciplinary data across biology, chemistry, pharmacology, structural biology, cellular networks and clinical annotations, and applies machine learning approaches to provide drug-discovery useful predictions
ABOUT US
canSAR is funded by the Cancer Research UK Drug Discovery Committee strategic award ‘canSAR: enhancing the drug discovery knowledgebase’ C35696/A23187.
canSAR is an integrated knowledge-base that brings together multidisciplinary data across biology, chemistry, pharmacology, structural biology, cellular networks and clinical annotations, and applies machine learning approaches to provide drug-discovery useful predictions.
canSAR’s goal is to enable cancer translational research and drug discovery through providing this knowledge to researchers from across different disciplines. It provides a single information portal to answer complex multi-disciplinary questions including - among many others: what is known about a protein, in which cancers is it expressed or mutated and what chemical tools and cell line models can be used to experimentally probe its activity? What is known about a drug, its cellular sensitivity profile and what proteins is it known to bind that may explain unusual bioactivity?
canSAR works on latest versions of Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer 11.
canSAR is freely available for all cancer researchers. By using canSAR you are agreeing to these Terms of Use.
To view statistics of canSAR data please refer to the Data Sources.
Thanks to our collaborators:
THE TEAM
Professor Bissan Al-Lazikani
Professor Bissan Al-Lazikani
Team Leader
Bugra Ozer
Bugra Ozer
Bioinformatics
Christos Kannas
Christos Kannas
Chemoinformatics
Patrizio Di Micco
Patrizio Di Micco
Structural Computational Biology
Joe Tym
Joe Tym
Software Development
Eloy Villasclaras Fernadez
Eloy Villasclaras Fernadez
Software Development
Angeliki Komianou
Angeliki Komianou
Front-end Development
Albert Antolin
Albert Antolin
Computational Chemical Biology
Costas Mitsopoulos
Costas Mitsopoulos
Drug Discovery Bioinformatics
CONTACT US
TERMS OF USE
1. canSAR is intended for use for scientific research only and cannot be used for the provision of medical advice. Please seek advice from your doctor if you have any queries about health conditions or drug treatments.
2. canSAR and canSAR-3D are freely available for use by any individual and for any purpose.
3. The ICR requires attribution for any tools or data from canSAR or canSAR-3d that are subsequently used in another product or service.
4. canSAR provides data collated from the public domain with references to their sources. The ICR cannot guarantee the accuracy of any data or databases nor their suitability for user purposes.
5. Software which can be run through canSAR may be used by any individual for any purpose unless specific exceptions are stated. The only exceptions with respect to software will be the prohibition of downloading, redistributing or re-engineering the software, and these exceptions only apply if explicitly stated.
6. In order to ensure optimum service and suitable future developments, the ICR will track usage statistics, with Google Analytics.
7. The ICR shall make every reasonable attempt to prevent breaches of that confidentiality. The ICR does not accept responsibility for the consequences of any breach of the confidentiality of the ICR site by third parties who by any means gain illegitimate access to information from canSAR or canSAR-3D.
8. Users of canSAR or canSAR-3D agree not to attempt to use any part of the ICR computers, files or networks apart from through the service interfaces provided.
 If any single organization/user exploits the ICR services to a level that prevents, or looks set to prevent, the ICR providing services to others, the ICR may discontinue service to that organization/user.
9. The ICR will make all reasonable effort to maintain continuity of service and provide adequate warning of any changes or discontinuities. However, the ICR accepts no responsibility for the consequences of any temporary or permanent discontinuity in service.
10. Any feedback on canSAR and canSAR-3D will be treated as non-confidential unless the individual or organisation providing the feedback states otherwise.
11. The ICR is not liable to the user or third parties claiming through the user, for any loss or damage of any kind whether direct or consequential.
12. Relevant law governing these terms and conditions is the law of England and Wales.
13. We will not, without good reason, alter these Terms of Use. Where alterations are inevitable, we will attempt to give reasonable notice of such alterations. However, we do reserve the right to alter these terms at any time in order to ensure their appropriateness to the ICR mission.