To empower cancer research across the international community, the ICR provides public access to many of our unique tools and resources.
The world’s largest public resource for cancer drug discovery and translational research. Includes a comprehensive, weekly updated target druggabilitry assessment.
A portal providing expert guidance and reviews of chemical probes for use in biological research. The gold reference for chemical probes.
CanSARS is the Coronavirus research view of canSAR. We provide it freely and openly to the research and drug discovery community to support them in the battle against Covid-19 and other coronaviruses.
A large-scale, statistical, objective assessment of small molecules for use as chemical probes.
A database that curates experimentally validated motif-based molecular switches and a prediction tool to identify possible switching mechanisms that might regulate a user-submitted motif of interest.
A resource that simplifies access to protein linear motif literature by annotation, text-mining and classification.
ProViz (Protein Vizualisation) is an interactive exploration tool for investigating the functional and evolutionary features of proteins.
PSSMSearch is a web application to discover novel protein motifs (SLiMs, mORFs, miniMotifs) and PTM sites.
An interactive graphical illustration of genetic associations and their biological context.
PhenoPlot is a novel visualisation method that simulates various aspects of cellular structures to represent imaging data in a concise and a quantitative way.
A multipoint linkage analysis of densely distributed SNP data incorporating automated linkage disequilibrium removal.
A database of the Predicted Impact of Coding SNPs on protein function in genes relevant to the biology of cancer.