Compound Libraries

Compound libraries, or chemical libraries, are used in drug discovery for the identification of potential therapeutics compounds. Used in conjunction with high-throughput screening, the libraries of stored compounds are often generated for specific purposes as a drug target or disease model. Cheminformatics are commonly used when designing a compound library and software can be used to analyze the screening process.  Learn about the latest products, user reviews, applications, news, videos and webinars.

Write a Review

Popular tags in SelectScience

Phenotypic Algorithms for Drug Disc...

Play this video

SelectScience Poll

Clinical Product Reviews Should be Anonymous




Advertisement

Video: Issues for Antibody Screeni...

Play this video

NGS Buying Guide Banner

Buying guides

New Members

Proile ImageAngelyn Irwin, Research Scientist / Senior / PI, Labotronics Inc.
Proile Imagepaul denny-gouldson, Management / CEO / President / Owner, IDBS
Proile ImageIsabel Bondia-Pons, Post Doc / Research Fellow, Postdoc at Steno Diabetes Center (Systems Medicine group)
Proile ImageSajad Rashidi, Lecturer / Teacher / Educator, University of Tarbiat Modares

Become a Member