Application Note: Using Stable Isotopes to Solve Problems in Combinatorial Chemistry
19 July 2017

Combinatorial chemistry has grown to become one of the fastest-moving areas of synthetic chemistry and biochemistry. Prompted by a continuing need to identify lead compounds for use as medicines, developments in combinatorial chemistry now permit the rapid generation of potentially vast numbers of compounds. One of the most efficient ways of analyzing these compounds is by using stable isotope labelling, as discussed in this application note.