INPL

Indonesia Natural Products Library (INPL) merupakan portal berbasis penyimpanan data berupa kumpulan informasi ekstrak, fraksi dan atau senyawa tunggal yang berasal dari bahan alam Indonesia.

Purpose

Tujuan khusus dari INPL ini adalah untuk menyediakan informasi bahan alam Indonesia yang memiliki potensi untuk pengembangan obat-obatan.

Approach

Pendekatan yang dilakukan di dalam INPL adalah dengan menggabungkan/ menghubungkan basis data digital dengan repository (penyimpanan) fisik bahan alam yang berkaitan. Sistem barcoding mungkin juga diperlukan untuk memudahkan pencarian informasi repository fisik bahan-bahan yang diperlukan.

Benefits

Manfaat INPL dalam cakupan yang lebih luas adalah menjadi sumber basis data semua jenis organisme yang memiliki potensi baik sebagai obat, pangan, energy atau kebutuhan hidup manusia lainnya yang ada di setiap wilayah Indonesia.

Indonesia's Biodiversity

13,840

Islands

Maritime and Fisheries Ministry survey, 2010

Tropical

Climate

±270,000,000

Population

National Sensus, 2018

Flora

More than

30,000

Endemic species

50,000

Species of plants

6,000

Species used for jamu

Flora

25%

of the world’s

Fishes

17%

of the world’s

Amphibians & Reptiles

12%

of the world’s

Mammals

16%

of the world’s

Birds

1650

of the world’s

Coral Reefs

Who can deposit data?

The establishment of INPL was firstly initiated by Dr. Kholis Audah, a lecturer at the Swiss German University whose research was on the Development of Extract Library from Indonesian Biodiversity for Drug Discovery. At first, the research was funded by the University in 2015-2016. He then obtained a three-years research grant from the Ministry of Research and Technology and Higher Education (2017-2019). During the process, Dr. Audah

How to deposit data?

The establishment of INPL was firstly initiated by Dr. Kholis Audah, a lecturer at the Swiss German University whose research was on the Development of Extract Library from Indonesian Biodiversity for Drug Discovery. At first, the research was funded by the University in 2015-2016. He then obtained a three-years research grant from the Ministry of Research and Technology and Higher Education (2017-2019). During the process, Dr. Audah

Collaborators

History of INPL

The establishment of INPL was firstly initiated by Dr. Kholis Audah, a lecturer at the Swiss German University whose research was on the Development of Extract Library from Indonesian Biodiversity for Drug Discovery. At first, the research was funded by the University in 2015-2016. He then obtained a three-years research grant from the Ministry of Research and Technology and Higher Education (2017-2019). During the process, Dr. Audah

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