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Aureus Pharma Releases New Unified Knowledge Database
Date:8/18/2008

AurSCOPE(R) Global Pharmacology Space and Drug Target Knowledge Databases

Related to Nuclear Receptors and Proteases

PARIS, August 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Aureus Pharma, a leading provider of knowledge management solutions that accelerate life sciences discovery, announced today the release of three new AurSCOPE(R) Target knowledge databases. The new offerings include knowledge databases for the important drug targets Nuclear Receptor and Protease, as well as the centralized product AurSCOPE(R) Global Pharmacology Space (AurSCOPE(R) GPS). AurSCOPE GPS comprises all of the pharmaceutically important therapeutic targets including G-Protein coupled receptors (GPCR), kinases, ion channels, nuclear receptors and proteases.

Nuclear receptor proteins are integral to critical metabolic processes and implicated in diseases including diabetes, cancer, and heart disease. Likewise, proteases are a major focus for therapeutic intervention being linked to viral diseases including HIV, inflammation and neurogenerative disorders.

AurSCOPE GPS and other AurSCOPE Knowledge databases streamline discovery efforts with thorough assessment of selectivity and off-target effects at the earliest stages of the drug discovery pipeline.

"The release of AurSCOPE Global Pharmacology Space (GPS), Nuclear Receptor and Protease represents an exciting milestone for Aureus Pharma. These powerful new products considerably extend Aureus' knowledge management solution by providing our pharmaceutical customers unique access to the druggable therapeutic target space." said Jason Theodosiou, President and CEO of Aureus Pharma. "Using AurSCOPE Knowledge databases, researchers easily employ knowledge-driven hypotheses to drive better informed decisions during drug discovery."

Aureus experts will demonstrate AurSCOPE GPS, AurSCOPE Nuclear Receptor and AurSCOPE Protease products at the American Chemical Society (ACS) meeting in Philadelphia, PA August 18th -21st.

About Aureus Pharma

Aureus Pharma headquartered in Paris, France is a privately held

knowledge management based solutions provider for the life sciences

industry. Aureus Pharma accelerates new drug discovery by providing

knowledge databases which contain high quality quantitative information

for both chemistry and biology. Researchers gain rapid access to

knowledge for important drug target classes as well as ADME/Tox topics.

The information contained in the Aureus Pharma system is of primary

importance to aid in lead discovery and optimization as well as to

build predictive models. For further information on how Aureus Pharma

helps researchers turn data into discovery visit

http://www.aureus-pharma.com

Media Contact

Mary E. Donlan, Ph.D.

Director of Marketing

Aureus Pharma

Phone:+33-1-40-18-57-59 / +33-6-76-19-51-77

mary.donlan@aureus-pharma.com


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