• No login or subscription is required for browising/searching/ downloading data from the database.
  • The database interface is userfriendly and most of the features are self-descriptive, for any quries please contact support@leishindb.biomedinformri.com

  • The database search settings allow one to search the database using 20 different filters.
  • Description of each filter can be obtained by clicking "?" next to search settings in the "Search DB" page.
  • By default, when the "Search DB" page is browsed, the page loads all the records in the table and lists all 8616 records. (Depending on the internet speed, yt may take few seconds to load the data into table)
  • Users can apply one or more filters, according to their need, to filter the compounds. The filter fields are dynamic and hence, the changes made to the flters will be reflected in the output table instantly
  • Once a filter is applied, only the records satisfying the filter criteria will be loaded in the output table. The total number of records, after applying various filter, can be seen below the export option buttons.
  • Number of records to be displayed in the table at-a-time can be managed through "Show entries" box at the bottom of output table. The default display record is 5.
  • Each column can be sorted "ascending" or "descending" using the sort button available near the column header
  • The output table page can be scrolled with the help of "Scroll page buttons" at the bottom of the output table.
  • The filter fields contain either a "Text box" or "Drop-down menu" or "Range box" for the user to provide filter input. Text can be enterd directly into the "Text box" as well as "Range box", but not into "Drop-down list". Also, the first box of the "Range box" is for entering minimum value and the second box for entering maximum value. Only one value can be selected from "Drop-down menu" at a time.
  • Example: If you want to filter compounds that are tested with L. donovani and has activity (IC50) between 0-10 micro molar and published between the years 2001 and 2010, then set the organism to L. donovani and activity range minimum value as 0 and maximum value as 10; select IC50 "YES" and all other activity parameters "NO"; input minimum year as 2001 and maximum year as 2010; finally in the "Search any field" box input uM. Following is the screeshot of the search. You can notice that 701 records found matching the filter criteria (highlighted in yellow).
  • Sub-structure search can be used to search sub-structures in the LeishInDB. Click "Sub-structure search" link on the top of search setting. A new pop-up window appears, in which the sub-structures to be searched can be drawn using molecule editor by clicking "Draw Molecule" button. By clciking "search molecule" button, structures in LeishInDB that matches the input criteria will be displayed. A Sample substructure search is shown below:

  • Export and Download options are available just above the output data table.
  • Note: The export and download buttons wont be active if the filtered records were more than 1000.
  • The export options include exporting the filtered records to COPY as tab delimited text, to export as CSV, or to export as EXCEL file. You can shuffle the column visiblity using the "Column visiblity" button. It is advised to set only required column to be visible before exporting, especially when the records to be exported is >500.
  • Enable the pop-up blockers to allow downloads, if any, before export or download
  • The filtered compounds strucutre files can be downloaded in three different formats viz., .mol, .pdb, and .sdf. Note: The compounds will be downloaded as .zip format, whcih contains the selected fromat structure files.

  • Depositor's Name: Depositor's E-mail:
    Depositor's Institution: Depositor's Contact Number:
    Publication Title: PUBMED ID:
    DOI: Year: