UW Drug Interaction Database (DIDB)

The Drug Interaction Database (DIDB) part of UW Drug Interaction Solutions, was developed in the Department of Pharmaceutics, School of Pharmacy at the University of Washington and is designed to support research and regulatory scientists in their decision-making when evaluating PK-based drug interactions and drug safety.

The Drug Interaction Database displays highly detailed preclinical (in vitro, human) and clinical datasets with quantitative and qualitative information related to various intrinsic and extrinsic factors. These factors include interacting co-medications, excipients, food products, herbals, tobacco, organ impairment and genetics, that can affect drug exposure in humans.

The information is extracted from relevant publications and recent NDA/BLA reviews and common metrics (e.g., changes of drug exposure, oral clearance) for active compounds are used across all studies to allow metadata analysis of quantitative results.

The database is web-based and is updated daily by research scientists, experts in drug interactions, and members of the UW Drug Interaction Solutions team.

For more information: http://www.druginteractionsolutions.org

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Available Licenses

For Education/Government License/Not-for-Profit Organizations

When you are ready to license you can download below the applicable license agreement, fill out the license following the instructions on the first page, sign, and return it to UW CoMotion at license@uw.edu

For Pharmaceutical Company and Most Service Providers (such as preclinical and/or clinical CROs and R&D consulting firms)

When you are ready to license you can download below the applicable license agreement, fill out the license following the instructions on the first page, sign, and return it to UW CoMotion at license@uw.edu

For Specialty Service Providers (such as computer software companies developing tools for therapeutic development and providers of clinical decision support systems)

To license this product please contact UW CoMotion at license@uw.edu