Discover new therapeutic utilities – get free access to a collection of our interesting R&D compounds
Our company is providing the Mini Library, comprising our former development or research compounds and derivatives thereof, within the framework of our Open Innovation Initiative free of charge to interested partners. We invite partners to use these compounds in their assay systems. Covering a wide range of different molecular targets (see below), these compounds might be of specific interest to you and your current research because they interact with and modulate the activity of an enzyme or receptor you are evaluating. Most of these are drug-like compounds that are not available otherwise.
The molecular targets comprise enzymes (e.g. kinases, phosphatases, proteases, cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterases etc.), hormone or neurotransmitter receptors (serotonin, angiotensin II, endothelin, etc), transporters, ion channels and several others. All compounds are small organic compounds (no biologicals), which will be supplied in 50 µl of a 10 mM solution in dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) on a 96-well microtiter plate. In the first roll-out, the number of plates will be limited to 100.
A more detailed list of the target classes and the number of compounds per class in the Mini Library is available as download (login required) here
Please read below how to apply and how to obtain the information on the structures of the compounds and their main biological activities.