CDD Vault

Finally, a modern approach to drug research informatics

CDD Vault is a hosted biological and chemical database
that securely manages your private and external data.
Accomplish more with an intuitive solution designed by scientists.

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A system your entire team can actually use
  • Intuitive web interface
  • Economical cloud deployment
  • Biologists and chemists interacting
Benefits over legacy platforms
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Beats juggling spreadsheets of screening data
  • Eliminates the risk of data loss
  • Unified data yields better results
  • Easier to find, analyze, and share data
Benefits for new projects
Simple and secure data management Securely store, register and easily mine experimental data, including bioassays, SAR, and chemical structures, in a private data vault that CDD hosts for your group. Manage your data with CDD Vault
Collaborate with
your partners

Share data in real time without worrying about keeping track of file versions. Specify who can access your data and precisely which data they can see. Simple, sophisticated, secure.

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CDD News

  • pIC50 Webinar
    On Demand Video from the pIC50 Scientific Webinar April 15, 2015

    CDD’s recent live webinar event about the merits of pIC50 was a great success. To summarize, Dr. Marc Navre endeavored to convince the audience to think logarithmically, and why the use of pIC50 values to share the results of in vitro assays with colleagues is easier, smarter and cleaner than using “old-fashioned” IC50 values. Live examples of using CDD Vault and CDD Vision to enable these calculations were also presented.

    If you missed it, or would like to share with your colleagues, you can download the slides or check out the complete presentation…

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    Collaborative Drug Discovery Books – Part 2 March 31, 2015

    When we are not writing code, planning strategy, or increasing customer delight here at CDD, we learn from a variety of books covering topics. Here in part two we look deeper within the brain to see what drives us all, how to drive better, and how we can collaboratively synergize given the nature of group dynamics. We’d like to share these five additional books you may find interesting…

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CDD User Spotlight Dr. Ruo Steensma, Orphagen Pharmaceuticals

"We had Excel sheets all over the place and data from different projects that were just separated in different folders and after a while, it got to the point that it was just hard to manage. We chose CDD, and we’re really happy with the service and the cost and the way the database is evolving."

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