An international group of scientists from academia and industry, including Enamine, is trying to help combat COVID-19. This effort began when Chinese scientists worked rapidly to determine the structure of the novel SARS‑CoV‑2 main protease (Mpro), which triggered a massive crystal-based fragment screen at the XChem facility at UK’s Diamond Light Source. For more details, please visit https://www.diamond.ac.uk/covid-19. With the same urgency, the scientists are now trying to progress these data towards what is desperately needed: effective, easy-to-make anti-COVID drugs https://covid.postera.ai/covid.
We are delighted to announce another application of Enamine REAL database recently published in Nature. This paper is a result of the collaborative effort of scientists from Enamine and the leading academic institutions from the USA and Germany.
Melatonin (MT) receptors are established drug targets for aligning circadian phase in disorders of sleep and depression. But there are only a few in vivo hits reported to date. Enamine scientists along with the scientists from UCSF, UNC, USC, and other institutions participated in the research study aimed to fill the gap in therapeutics of these receptors.
Meet our delegates at International Symposium on DEL in Zurich to learn on our approaches in selecting DEL-compatible building blocks and on our advances in intriguing designs of novel chemotypes >>>
In continuation of our efforts to make affordable screening libraries that can quickly be supplied for screening, we have plated two new targeted libraries designed to bring high quality and novelty to your hit finding program. Both freshly-made libraries are ready for fast shipment within only one week in various formats including assay-ready plates.