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Metal Chelate Library 1794 compounds
Release: 2021-04
The file contains ALL Metal Chelate compounds for cherry-picking.
Steroid Mimetics 1456 compounds
Release: 2020-07
The file contains ALL Steroid mimetics for cherry-picking.
Terpenoid Mimetics
4278 compounds
Release: 2020-07
ASINEX generates a unique library of skeletally diverse (saturated fused-, spiro- systems) highly oxygen rich molecules. The synthetic strategy is based on biomimetic transformations of natural terpenoid products, such as NOPOL, NEROL and GERANIOL, into novel polyether derivatives. These cyclic molecules contain several versatile functionalities (OH, NH, COOH) which are amenable to further medicinal chemistry exploration.
SL#059, 060
Oxo-SpiroPyrrolidines
80 compounds x 2
Pre-Plated Set
Release: 2016
Asinex has developed a versatile synthetic approach to skeletally diverse novel spiro scaffolds that are based on a rare combination of O- and N-containing cycles with additional synthetic handles. This allows the introduction of various peripheral fragments which, in turn, create derivatives with a very attractive physico-chemical profile.
SL#093
Gem-diMe-Heterocycles
80 compounds x 1
Pre-Plated Set
Release: 2018
The gem-dimethyl moiety is one of the most commonly occurring structural elements found in many pharmacologically relevant natural products (e.g. taxanes, statins). This element is also successfully used by medicinal chemists for improving potency and pharmacokinetic properties of drug candidates. Three-dimensional character of this element in combination with adjacent O, N heteroatoms translates into a broad diversity of molecular shapes and can facilitate the formation of a bioactive conformation upon binding to a target protein.
Enrichment of the screening library with small molecules containing this important pharmacophore can contribute to the discovery of potent hits against multiple targets.
SL#094
4-anilinopiperidines
80 compounds x 1
Pre-Plated Set
Release: 2018
4-Anilinopiperidine is a prominent pharmacophoric element recognizable among synthetic opioid analgesics. Structural variations around the 4-anilinopiperidine core greatly determine the structure–activity relationship properties such us target receptor selectivity, pharmacokinetic and safety profiles. The main structural changes may involve replacement of piperidine ring, replacement of phenyl ring and introduction of an additional substituent at the fourth position of piperidine ring.
Annulation of an additional saturated ring to the piperidine ring increases molecular rigidity leading to a series of novel octahydro‐1H‐pyrrolo[3,2‐c]pyridines. These derivatives can be potentially interesting for pharmaceutical research of novel analgesics and related applications.
SL#095
3-anilinopiperidines
80 compounds x 1
Pre-Plated Set
Release: 2018
3-Anilinopiperidine - a structural isomer of 4-anilinopiperidine which in turn represent a recognizable pharmacophore among synthetic opioid analgesics. Structural variations around the anilinopiperidine core greatly determine the structure–activity relationship properties.
Annulated bicyclic molecules, incorporating 3-anilinopiperidine fragment, can be potentially interesting for pharmaceutical research and development.
SL#096
Spiro pyrrolidines
80 compounds x 1
Pre-Plated Set
Release: 2018
3-Anilinopiperidine - a structural isomer of 4-anilinopiperidine which in turn represent a recognizable pharmacophore among synthetic opioid analgesics. Structural variations around the anilinopiperidine core greatly determine the structure–activity relationship properties. Annulated bicyclic molecules, incorporating 3-anilinopiperidine fragment, can be potentially interesting for pharmaceutical research and development.
SL#097
Medium-sized
(8 atom) Heterocycles
80 compounds x 1
Pre-Plated Set
Release: 2018
Medium-sized rings are very interesting class of molecular frameworks that can be found in many bioactive natural products and clinical candidates. Synthetic medium-sized scaffolds are underrepresented in commercial screening collections due to limited arsenal of convenient methods of their synthesis. Several efficient synthetic methods for the preparation of medium-sized rings have been reported: lactonization, lactamization, and ring-closing metathesis. However, conventional ring closing methods have their significant limitations.
Rearrangements and ring expansion reactions can introduce additional scaffold diversity and are compatible with many functional groups. A Cu-catalyzed coupling of β-lactam substrates with aryl bromides is a simple and convenient method for the preparation of 8- and 9-membered ring systems that constitute this library.
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Ludmila Sadovenko

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North America

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Europe

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Japan

Shingo Ota

sota@asinex.com

Tel: 080-3401-9097

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Aichi Japan

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