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1. ChemDiv, Inc. MCE-18 Other Type 54018 yes Ask Details

Description: MEC-18 library, trends in medicinal chemistry   More information

2. ChemDiv, Inc. STAP Phenotypic screening 15632 yes Ask Details

Description:selective target activity profiling (STAP), annotating library for phenotypic screening   More information

3. ChemDiv, Inc. CNS_MPO CNS 29557 yes Ask Details

Description:Central Nervous System gentle Multi-Parameter Optimization Library for improved BBB-permeability  

4. ChemFaces Hedyotis diffusa Willd. Compound Library Natural Products 16 yes Ask Details

Description:Three new iridoid glucosides, 6-O-p-coumaroyl, 6-O-p-methoxycinnamoyl and 6-O-feruloyl ester of scandoside methyl ester, have been isolated along with a known glucoside, asperuloside from the aerial parts of Hedyotis diffusa Willd.   More information

5. ChemFaces Hepatoprotective Compound Library Other Disease-based 242 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 165 natural compounds used for Hepatoprotective research and Hepatoprotective drug screening   More information

6. ChemFaces Hepatotoxicity Compound Library Natural Products 34 yes Ask Details
7. ChemFaces HIF Inhibitor Library Natural Products 48 yes Ask Details
8. ChemFaces Histamine Receptor Inhibitor Library Natural Products 22 yes Ask Details
9. ChemFaces HIV Inhibitor Library Natural Products 91 yes Ask Details
10. ChemFaces HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitor Library Natural Products 21 yes Ask Details
11. ChemFaces HO-1 Inhibitor Library Natural Products 104 yes Ask Details
12. ChemFaces HSP (e.g. HSP90) Inhibitor Library Natural Products 27 yes Ask Details
13. ChemFaces HSV Inhibitor Library Natural Products 36 yes Ask Details
14. ChemFaces Humulus lupulus Compound Library Natural Products 14 yes Ask Details

Description:The fragrant flower cones impart bitterness and flavor, and also have preservative qualities. The extract is antimicrobial, which makes it useful for making natural deodorant. Hops also contain the potent phytoestrogen, 8-prenylnaringenin, that may have a relative binding affinity to estrogen receptors. Hop also contains myrcene, humulene, xanthohumol, myrcenol, linalool, tannins, and resin.   More information

15. ChemFaces IFN- Inhibitor Library Natural Products 76 yes Ask Details
16. ChemFaces IkB Inhibitor Library Natural Products 164 yes Ask Details
17. ChemFaces IKK Inhibitor Library Natural Products 165 yes Ask Details
18. ChemFaces IL Receptor Inhibitor Library Natural Products 503 yes Ask Details
19. ChemFaces Immunology Inflammation related Inhibitor Library Natural Products 129 yes Ask Details
20. ChemFaces Immunomodulators Compound Library Natural Products 105 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 71 Immunomodulators natural compounds for high throughput screening (HTS)   More information

21. ChemFaces Immunosuppression Compound Library Natural Products 36 yes Ask Details
22. ChemFaces Influenza virus Inhibitor Library Anti virus 17 yes Ask Details
23. ChemFaces Inhibitors Compound Library Natural Products 612 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 267 Inhibitor natural compounds   More information

24. ChemFaces Insecticides Compound Library Agrochemicals 84 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 39 Insecticides natural compounds   More information

25. ChemFaces Insulin-stimulated action Compound Library Natural Products 29 yes Ask Details
26. ChemFaces Inula Britannica L. Compound Library Natural Products 16 yes Ask Details

Description:Cytotoxicity-guided fractionation of the flowers of Inula britannica led to the isolation of four sesquiterpene lactones. These compounds showed cytotoxicity against human tumor cell lines.   More information

27. ChemFaces Iridoids Compound Library Natural Products 129 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 163 Iridoids natural compounds for high throughput screening (HTS).   More information

28. ChemFaces Isatis tinctoria Compound Library Natural Products 17 yes Ask Details
29. ChemFaces JAK Inhibitor Library Kinases 46 yes Ask Details
30. ChemFaces JNK Inhibitor Library Kinases 262 yes Ask Details
31. ChemFaces LDL Inhibitor Library Natural Products 66 yes Ask Details
32. ChemFaces Leonurus heterophyllus Sweet. Compound Library Natural Products 16 yes Ask Details

Description:Three labdane diterpenes were isolated from the leaves of Leonurus japonicus, in addition to the previously reported preleoheterin. Functions: Smooth menses; Regulate menses; Invigorate blood circulation; Move blood; Reduce masses; Promote urination; Reduce swelling; Disperse phlegm; Disperse edema.   More information

33. ChemFaces Lignans Compound Library Natural Products 244 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 329 Lignans natural compounds for high throughput screening (HTS)   More information

34. ChemFaces Ligusticum jeholense Nakai et Kitag. Compound Library Natural Products 17 yes Ask Details

Description:Seven compounds were separated from the Ligusticum jeholense Nakai extracts. Their structures were identified as levistolide A, xiongterpene, linoleic acid, sucrose, daucosterol, ferulic acid and beta-sitosterol.   More information

35. ChemFaces Ligustrum lucidum Compound Library Natural Products 14 yes Ask Details

Description:Oleanolic acid and ursolic acid are the main bioactive compounds in fruit of Ligustrumlucidum Ait, which possess anti-inflammatory, antioxidative, antiprotozoal, antimutagenic and anticancer properties. In this study, the ultrasound-assisted extraction of oleanolic acid and ursolic acid from L. lucidum Ait was investigated with HPLC-photodiode array detection.    More information

36. ChemFaces Lindera aggregata (Sims) Kosterm. Compound Library Natural Products 13 yes Ask Details

Description:Lindera aggregata is a plant species belonging to the Lindera genus. Lindera aggregata radix lindera, It is an ingredient in the traditional Chinese medicine pill Chaihu Shugan Wan against stagnation of liver qi, distension of chest and hypochondria, indigestion, and acid eructation, and in the Lindera Combination Teapills, a Chinese classic herbal formula.    More information

37. ChemFaces Liriope muscari (Decne.) Baily Compound Library Natural Products 16 yes Ask Details

Description:Liriope muscari is a species of low, herbaceous flowering plants from East Asia.   More information

38. ChemFaces Lobelia chinensis Lour Compound Library Natural Products 16 yes Ask Details
39. ChemFaces Lonicera japonica Thunb. Compound Library Natural Products 26 yes Ask Details

Description:Lonicera japonica has been used for thousands of years in China. Now, more than 140 chemical compounds have been isolated; and studies show Lonicera japonica possesses wide pharmacological actions. Meanwhile, it could be used as healthy food, ornamental groundcover, etc.   More information

40. ChemFaces Lonicera Japonica Compound Library Natural Products 21 yes Ask Details
41. ChemFaces LOX Inhibitor Library Natural Products 25 yes Ask Details
42. ChemFaces Lung protection Compound Library Natural Products 19 yes Ask Details
43. ChemFaces Lycium barbarum Compound Library Natural Products 24 yes Ask Details

Description:Lycium barbarum fruits have a large variety of biological activities and pharmacological functions and play an important role in preventing and treating various chronic diseases, such as diabetes, hyperlipidemia, cancer, hepatitis, hypo-immunity function, thrombosis, and male infertility.    More information

44. ChemFaces Lycium chinense Compound Library Natural Products 36 yes Ask Details

Description: Lycium chinense Miller extracts may have the possible beneficial effects in Parkinsons disease by attenuating rotenone induced toxicity.   More information

45. ChemFaces Magnolia officinalis Rehd et Wils. Compound Library Natural Products 17 yes Ask Details

Description:Magnolia officinalis is highly aromatic and contains magnolol and honokiol, two polyphenolic compounds that have demonstrated both anti-anxiety and anti-angiogenic properties. It has also been shown to reduce allergic and asthmatic reactions. Today, the bulk of bark used for commercial and domestic use is supplied by plants in cultivation.   More information

46. ChemFaces Magnolia officinalis subsp.biloba (Rehd. et Wils.) Cheng et Law Compound Library Natural Products 17 yes Ask Details

Description:Magnolia officinalis subsp. biloba, a traditional Chinese medicinal plant, experienced severe declines in the number of populations and the number of individuals in the late 20th century due to the widespread harvest of the subspecies.   More information

47. Life Chemicals Inc. ULTIMATE FRAGMENT LIBRARY Fragments 6552 yes Ask Details

Description:Ultimate Fragment Library was designed by applying ultimately refined picking approach to our stock screening compound collection. PAINS and in-house developed filtering parameters, such as toxicophore and undesired functionalities, were applied to make up the set of compounds shown here. The total number of compounds in The Life Chemicals Ultimate Fragment Collection amounts to 4,200 items.   More information

48. Life Chemicals Inc. LOW MW FRAGMENT LIBRARY Fragments 3551 yes Ask Details

Description:Low MW Fragment Library was designed applying a number of physicochemical filters to its General Fragment Collection. The compounds were passed through MedChem and PAINS structural filters. This resulted in a library of 3,000 compounds.   More information

49. Life Chemicals Inc. LOW MW FRAGMENT LIBRARY ADVANCED SET Fragments 1736 yes Ask Details

Description:Low MW Fragment Library was designed applying a number of physicochemical filters to its General Fragment Collection. The compounds were passed through MedChem and PAINS structural filters.A refined set of nearly 1,500 fragments was generated by means of more rigorous physicochemical and structural cut-offs.   More information

50. Life Chemicals Inc. AgroChemical Microbiocides Library Agrochemicals 1869 yes Ask Details

Description:The libraries of agrochemical-like compounds offered by Life Chemicals were created from our instock compound collection based on their physico-chemicall properties and structural features. Basic drug-likeness parameters (ClogP, number of H-bond donors/acceptors and rotatable bonds) were calculated using SYBYLX software.  

51. Life Chemicals Inc. NATURAL PRODUCT-LIKE FRAGMENT LIBRARY Fragments 3102 yes Ask Details

Description:A collection of Natural Product-like Fragments generated via Scaffold Tree approach. Fragments derived from scaffolds showing at least 85 % similarity with the natural product-derived scaffold set mentioned above were included as well. The resulting database was subject to additional structural filtering to give more than 3,200 natural product-like fragments.   More information

52. Life Chemicals Inc. Natural Products-like Compounds Library - Similarity Search Natural Products 886 yes Ask Details

Description:The Library was designed using 2D fingerprint similarity filtering of Life Chemicals stock collection using commercial databases of Timetek, Specnet, Analyticon, Selleck as the reference sets. A Tanimoto 85% similarity cut-off was applied to afford about 1,000 stock available compounds.  

53. Life Chemicals Inc. Natural Products-like Compounds Library - Chemoinformatics & Substructure search Natural Products 1935 yes Ask Details

Description:Life Chemicals MAP Focused Library is aimed at type I inhibitors that could bind to ATP-binding site of the protein within DFG-in conformation of the activation loop.   

54. Life Chemicals Inc. P38 Mitogen-Activated Protein (MAP) Kinase Focused Library Kinases 1197 yes Ask Details

Description:Life Chemicals MAP Focused Library is aimed at type I inhibitors that could bind to ATP-binding site of the protein within DFG-in conformation of the activation loop.   

55. Life Chemicals Inc. PDE10 Targeted Library CNS 426 yes Ask Details

Description:Inhibitors of PDE10 may potentially treat psychiatric and neurological diseases, including schizophrenia, delusional disorder, anxiety disorders, Alzheimers disease, movement disorders such as Parkinsons and Huntingtons diseases. 427 small molecules were found as potential PDE10 inhibitors from Life Chemicals stock compound collection.  

56. Life Chemicals Inc. 3-Phosphoinositide-Dependent Kinase-1 Targeted Library Other Type 765 yes Ask Details

Description:Life Chemicals have analyzed ten PDB structures of PDK1 inhibitor complexes and selected structure recorded in 1UU3 PDB entry for in silico search of potential inhibitors among Life Chemicals Stock Compound Collection.  

57. Life Chemicals Inc. Peptidomimetic Library Peptidomimetics 5317 yes Ask Details

Description:Life Chemicals Peptidomimetic library comprises more than 5,000 a-helix and B-turn mimetics selected with ligand-based approach. This included various similarity analysis techniques, such as structural similarity search to known peptidomimetic inhibitors and scaffolds, 3D shape screening, pharmacophore screening and complex substructure search.  

58. Life Chemicals Inc. Phosphatase Targeted Library Kinases 1140 yes Ask Details

Description:Applying similarity search method against reference compounds sets from ChEMBL and PubChem databases, Life Chemicals has designed two libraries of small molecule compounds with predicted activity towards phosphatase targets.   

59. Life Chemicals Inc. Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase Targeted Library Anti cancer 939 yes Ask Details

Description:Sharp-Focused Library of potential PI3K Inhibitors as promising anticancer agents  

60. Life Chemicals Inc. c-AMP dependent Protein Kinase Targeted Library Kinases 728 yes Ask Details

Description:The X-Ray structure of Human Protein Kinase A with co-crystalized inhibitor (3MVJ PDB entry) with resolution of 2.49 was used for in silico screening of Life Chemicals stock compounds Collection.  

61. Life Chemicals Inc. Polymerase Focused Library - Similarity to ChEMBL Database Kinases 1245 yes Ask Details

Description:1,300 advanced stock available compounds extracted by similarity search with Tanimoto threshold 85% against reference set of 20,000 active compounds from ChEMBL database.  

62. Life Chemicals Inc. Polymerase Focused Library - 15 polymerase assays Kinases 17029 yes Ask Details

Description:Life Chemicals in-stock compound collection has been searched for compounds similar to ones included in the reference set using MDL public keys and the Tanimoto similarity cut-off 90%. Output compounds were sorted in the order of their similarity to the reference set and predicted activity having the most active compounds placed at the top of the list.   

63. Life Chemicals Inc. PPI FRAGMENT LIBRARY Fragments 2843 yes Ask Details

Description:Fragment-based library focused on inhibition of protein-protein interactions. PPI fragments have TPSA values higher than it was generally claimed when practicing a common approach to fragment-based drug design. The main result is a special chemical space for compounds with a common function of PPI interaction inhibition. More than 2,500 compounds were extracted into The Life Chemicals PPI Fragment Library.   More information

64. Life Chemicals Inc. PPI Focused Library - Machine Learning (Decision Tree) Method Protein Protein Interaction 2548 yes Ask Details

Description:To predict which compounds could affect PPI a machine learning method (decision tree, DT) was used. This method is known to be a useful tool to identify a PPI inhibitor profile.   

65. Life Chemicals Inc. PPI Focused Library Rule of four Protein Protein Interaction 4256 yes Ask Details

Description:The rule was used as a filter to accelerate the process of identification of potential PPI inhibitors and gave rise to the library containing 4,300 compounds. All the compounds were passed through PAINS filters.   

66. Life Chemicals Inc. ROCK Targeted Libraries Kinases 1357 yes Ask Details

Description:Rho-associated protein kinases (ROCK) are serine/threonine kinases involved in numerous cellular motility regulation processes from cell migration to cellular contractility and control amount of microfilaments. ROCK1 and ROCK2 isoforms have been used as targets in virtual screening performed with Schrodinger software that has also been used for preparation of protein molecule conformations.  

67. Life Chemicals Inc. Biologically Active Compounds Library Pre Plated Set Bioactive compounds 8000 yes Ask Details

Description:Life Chemicals Library of Bioactive Compounds contains over 8,500 small molecules that have been tested in functional, binding and other biological assays and have confirmed bioactivity in vitro and/or in vivo against various biological targets of pharmaceutical interest.  

68. Life Chemicals Inc. Serine Protease Focused Library Proteases 2979 yes Ask Details

Description:Life Chemicals Serine Protease Focused Library includes small molecule analogs of known serine proteinase inhibitors with experimentally determined activity. To design this library, a 2D similarity search method was used.  

69. Life Chemicals Inc. Serine Focused Covalent Inhibitors Library Pathway Inhibitors 1798 yes Ask Details

Description:Life Chemicals Team has designed Serine Focused Covalent Library on the basis of combination of specific structural fragments (functional groups) that were reported to form covalent bonds with serine residue in binding sites of proteins2-6 and drug-like filters .  

70. Life Chemicals Inc. Thrombin Targeted Library Proteases 2345 yes Ask Details

Description:Totally 2,300 Thrombin targeted compounds were extracted from Life Chemicals stock of screening compounds by LASSO tool.   

71. Life Chemicals Inc. Trypsin Targeted Library Proteases 821 yes Ask Details

Description:Trypsin promotes its own production by catalyzing the activation of trypsinogen. 820 compounds from Life Chemicals collection were found to be potential Trypsin inhibitors.  

72. Life Chemicals Inc. Tirosine Kinase Kinases 12170 yes Ask Details
73. Life Chemicals Inc. Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Receptor Kinase 2 (VGFR-2) Focused Library Cardiovascular Disease 1002 yes Ask Details

Description:Life Chemicals VGFR-2 Focused Library comprises potential VEGFR-2 type II inhibitors that could bind to the kinase in DFG-out conformation of the activation loop.  

74. Life Chemicals Inc. Veterinary Focused Library Other Type 231 yes Ask Details

Description:Veterinary Focused Library of 238 compounds includes full structural analogs or structurally similar compounds to those from the reference set of FDA approved veterinary drugs. For each compound, the similarity information (similarity value and corresponding reference compound from DrugBank) is indicated.  

75. Life Chemicals Inc. PPI Focused Library 2D Similarity Search to Binding DB and Pubmed DB Protein Protein Interaction 22006 yes Ask Details

Description:With use of Binding DB and Pubmed DB a reference set of small organic molecules with activity in 28 PPI assays towards 7 targets was collected. The MDL public keys and the Tanimoto similarity cut-off 90% were applied to Life Chemicals stock collection that afforded almost 23,000 compounds Library.  

76. Life Chemicals Inc. PPI Focused Library 2D Similarity Search to Timbal DB Protein Protein Interaction 1447 yes Ask Details

Description:About 1,500 compounds were extracted from Life Chemicals stock HTS collection by 2D fingerprint similarity search towards Timbal DB with Tanimoto 85% threshold.  

77. Life Chemicals Inc. First PDZ domain of Magi1(d1) Protein Protein Interaction 2057 yes Ask Details

Description:The Unity Query Model based on 2I04 PDB entry was created as superposition of features of the ligand structure and corresponding residues from the substrate binding groove of PDZ domain of Magi1. Therefore, the final Unity model contained structural elements both from PDZ binding site residues and HPV E6 peptide pharmacophore.   

78. Life Chemicals Inc. Second PDZ domain of PSD-95 (1q) Protein Protein Interaction 1607 yes Ask Details

Description:The screening model was based on 1QLC PDB entry. There are some differences in the binding groove conformation of PDZ domain observed in 2KA9 pdb.   

79. Life Chemicals Inc. Second PDZ domain of PSD-95 (2ka9) Protein Protein Interaction 994 yes Ask Details

Description:The docking model created was based on 2KA9 PDB entry. The query features were identified from the key residues of the PDZ domain responsible for ligand binding.   

80. Life Chemicals Inc. Protease Targeted Library Proteases 1408 yes Ask Details

Description:Several techniques were implemented to create a target-focused library. Combination of docking method and similarity search, against a reference set, gave us about 1,400 compounds available in-stock.   

81. Selleck Chemicals FDA-approved Drug Library Other Type 2188 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 2580 approved drugs for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS).   More information

82. Selleck Chemicals Preclinical and Clinical Compound Library Other Type 2267 yes Ask Details

Description: A unique collection of 2582 preclinical and clinical compounds for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS). A useful tool for drug repurposing, the application of known drugs to treat new disease indication.   More information

83. Selleck Chemicals Bioactive Compound Library-I Bioactive compounds 4421 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 6738 bioactive compounds for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS). Bioactivity and safety of some compounds confirmed by preclinical research and clinical trials   More information

84. Selleck Chemicals Kinase Inhibitor Library Kinases 796 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 1188 kinase inhibitors for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS).Targets kinases such as RTKs, PI3K, Aurora Kinase, CDK, and MEK.Some inhibitors have been approved by the FDA   More information

85. Selleck Chemicals Natural Product Library Natural Products 1677 yes Ask Details

Description: A unique collection of 2117 natural products for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS). Structurally diverse, bioactive, and cell permeable   More information

86. Selleck Chemicals Human Endogenous Metabolite Compound Library Metabolism 205 yes Ask Details

Description: A unique collection of 408 human endogenous metabolites for high-throughput screening and high content screening (HCS). Used for metabonomics and metabolism-related research. For studying human metabolic diseases, exploring the pathogenesis of diseases such as cancer,and opening noval therapeutic ways    More information

87. Selleck Chemicals Angiogenesis Related compound Library Other Disease-based 102 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 113 small molecule compounds for high throughput screening(HTS) and high content screening (HCS). A useful tool for finding tumor therapeutic mechanism. Abnormal angiogenesis can lead to a variety of diseases and has become a drug target for exploring the pathogenesis of diseases such as cancer, and opening noval therapeutic ways   More information

88. Selleck Chemicals Anti-alzheimers Disease Compound Library CNS 427 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 490 small molecules for for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS).Targets BACE,?-Secretase,5-HT Receptor,Dopamine Receptor,Adenosine Receptor,etc.Used for exploring the mechanism of Alzheimers disease and looking for new treatments   More information

89. Selleck Chemicals Antibiotics compound Library Antibacterials 281 yes Ask Details

Description: A unique collection of 308 antibiotics for high-throughput screening and high content screening (HCS).A useful tool for identifying drug target.For studying human diseases, opening up new mechanism and ways to treat human disease   More information

90. Selleck Chemicals Anti-cancer Compound Library Anti cancer 1738 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 1966 anti-cancer compounds for multiple cancers: Breast Cancer, Leukemia, Lung Cancer, Lymphoma, etc. All compounds have been reported in the article for tumor research. Used for tumor mechanism research and anti-tumor drug screening   More information

91. Selleck Chemicals Anti-cancer Metabolism Compound Library Anti cancer 173 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 198 small molecules for for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS).Includes multiple cancer metabolism related targets:mTOR,AMPK,p53,IDH,GLUT,LDHA,etc   More information

92. Selleck Chemicals Anti-diabetic Compound Library Other Disease-based 138 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 155 small molecules for exploring the development of diabetes. Targets including both type 1 and type 2 diabetes modulators: DPP-4, GPR, Potassium Channel, PPAR, SGLT, etc.   More information

93. Selleck Chemicals Anti-infection Compound Library Other Disease-based 826 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 938 anti-infection compounds with biological activity of antibacterial,antifungal,antiviral,etc. The library mainly includes sulfonamides, aminoglycosides, tetracyclines and macrolides   More information

94. Selleck Chemicals Apoptosis Compound Library Other Type 630 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 700 small molecules used for apoptosis research.Targets Bcl-2,Caspase,p53,TNF-alpha,Mdm2,survivin, etc.   More information

95. Selleck Chemicals Autophagy Compound Library Other Type 760 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 830 small molecules with autophagy-inducing or autophagy-inhibiting activity. A useful tool for studying the roles of molecules in autophagy. Targets Proteasome, HIF, HDAC, Aurora Kinase, Sirtuin, E3 Ligase, Calcium Channel, mTOR, etc.   More information

96. Selleck Chemicals Cambridge Cancer Compound Library Anti cancer 229 yes Ask Details

Description:A highly value-added library derived through a collaboration with researchers at the MIT Koch Institute. A unique collection of cancer-targeted compounds for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS). Embraces the whole spectrum of cancer targets, from kinases to notch signaling, to metabolic targets   More information

97. Selleck Chemicals Cell Cycle compound library Other Type 116 yes Ask Details

Description: A unique collection of 121 small molecule compounds used for cell cycle and related diseases research. A useful tool for studying human diverse diseases, exploring the pathogenesis of diseases,such as cancer,cardiovascular diseases, etc   More information

98. Selleck Chemicals CNS-Penetrant Compound Library CNS 293 yes Ask Details

Description: A unique collection of 307 small molecule compounds with biological activity used for neurologic research and associated assays. Targets 5-HT Receptor,DHFR,COX,RAAS,AChR etc   More information

99. Selleck Chemicals Covalent Inhibitor Library Pathway Inhibitors 72 yes Ask Details

Description:A unique collection of 81 covalent Inhibitors for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS). Covalent inhibitors have excellent pharmacokinetic characteristics,and can overcome the resistance generated by mutations   More information

100. Selleck Chemicals Drug Repurposing Library Drug/repurposing 2399 yes Ask Details

Description: A unique collection of 2837 drugs that are marketed around the world or have passed clinical phase 1 and can be used for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS). Drug repurposing, the application of known drugs to treat new disease indication, holds potential of rapid clinical impact at a lower cost than de novo drug development. Related to oncology, cardiology, anti-inflammatory, immunology, neuropsychiatry, analgesia etc   More information


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