The ADME-Tox predictive features of ACD/I-Lab are now available through the National Chemical Database Service on a trial basis. These features include industry-leading algorithms for predicting ADME properties such as bioavailability and absorption, as well as toxicity properties such as LD50. A full list of predictive modules available through ACD/I-Lab can be found on ACD/Labs’ website.
Access to ACD/I-Lab is provided free to all UK academics by the NCDS.
This trial will run until the end of July 2015, after which we will use the results of the trial to determine whether ADME-Tox features should be be permanently included as an NCDS resource. If NCDS access to these features is useful for your research, please let us know your thoughts to help us understand the value of this resource to the UK academic community.