A metabolite is the intermediate end product of metabolism. The term metabolite is usually restricted to small molecules.
The Human Metabolome Database is a collection of information on small molecule metabolites found in the human body. Containing over 100,000 entries the database provides chemical, biological, and medicinally relevant information.
The Serum Metablomic Database is a collection of over 4,500 small molecules found in human serum. Each metabolite entry has data on the nature of the compound along with its chemical properties, biological locations and activity, identification methods, and experimentally determined concentrations in individuals with health and disease states.
The Toxin and Toxin target database. An extensive database of over 3500 chemical compounds ranging from pollutants, drugs, foods, and pesticides know to be toxic to humans. The database is searchable by the name or category of compound (i.e. Bacterial toxin, plant toxin, airborne pollutant) along with chemical information such as molecular weight, chemical structure, and analytical results. Each compound entry provides descriptions of the chemical, pertinent chemical information, common sources, and biological impacts.
Operating Institute: The Metabolomics Innovation Center
SuperSweet is a database of 22,000 carbohydrate and carbohydrate like molecules that have been determined to be perceived by humans as sweet or have 95% structural similarity to sweet molecules. Each entry has structural, chemical, and physiological information (such as toxicity and relative sweetness) on the compound.
Operating Institution(s): Structural Bioinformatics Group at Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin