Producer: Thieme Chemistry, Germany Coverage: 1957 till present File Size: More than 2314 pharmaceutical substances (3/2004)
More than 8200 reaction schemes (3/2004)
Updates: Twice a year File Type: Directory Content: Pharmaceutical substances, images, substance identification data, formulations, trade information Language: English CASRNs Y
PS (Pharmaceutical Substances) is produced by the renowned German science publisher Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, Germany and provides a compilation of the most important information on active pharmaceutical ingredients of significance. PS is a substance based, structure searchable file, which contains essential substance information, trade data and preparation methods for active pharmaceutical agents currently on the market. The database covers compounds launched from 1957 till today. Criterion for indexing compounds is the approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or great commercial capability.
For indexed pharmaceutical substances ATC, therapeutic use, chemical name, molecular formula, CAS Registry Number©, EINECS Number, lethal dose, information on derivatives, and substance class are given. Furthermore are formulations, trade names and vendors, and an overview of intermediates from the compounds preparations present. Reaction schemes for industrial synthesis are structure searchable and can be displayed as TIFF-images. Reactants and products are structure-searchable with a single reaction query. Roles are also structure-searchable. Citations, which are predominantly patents, are given for all indexed pharmaceutical compounds.
The database is in English. It corresponds to the printed Pharmaceutical Substances - Synthesis, Patents, Applications. Simultaneous left and right truncation is available in the basic index (/BI) and chemical name segment (/CNS) fields. SDIs are not available in this file.
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PS is a member of the following file clusters:
CASRNS, COMPANIES, CORPSOURCE, HPATENTS, PATENTS, PHARMACOLOGY, REACTIONS, and STRUCTURE
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