Antibacterial

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Antibacterial Library8044 compounds
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Update: 2016-11
ASINEX has developed a unique compound library for antibacterial research based on the proprietary natural product-like scaffolds that provide great skeletal diversity combined with the presence of polar functional groups and multiple stereogenic centers. For more information, please download >>>sdf-icon pdf-icon
SL#013
Gram Negative Antibacterials
80 compounds
Pre-Plated Set
Release: 2016
ASINEX has created a library of small molecule compounds based on an “iminosugar” scaffold. The selected molecules occupy a very specific physicochemical space of known Gram negative antibiotics. We have also screened this library against 4 selected bacterial pathogens. Several active compounds inhibited >50% of bacterial growth at a given concentration.
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SL#062
Microbialb-glucuronidase inhibitors
80 compounds
Pre-Plated Set
Release: 2017
In mice models, several potent (sub-mM) inhibitors of bacterial b-glucuronidases have shown that they significantly reduce the GI damage caused by chemotherapeutic agents. Specifically, several qunoline-containing thioureas demonstrated robust selectivity toward bacterial b-glucuronidases over the human enzyme orthologs with accompanying efficacy in vivo. 80 close analogs of the reported inhibitors have been included in this library.
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SL#068
Bacterial riboswitch inhibitors
80 compounds
Pre-Plated Set
Release: 2017
A group from Merck Research Laboratories published a series of structurally related compounds called “ribocils” – small molecules that target the riboflavin riboswitch. These compounds demonstrate potent antibacterial activity and inhibit riboflavin, flavin mononucleotide and flavin adenine dinucleotide synthesis - essential cofactors of bacterial metabolism. 80 close structural analogs of one of the “ribocils” have been included in this library.
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