• 元素周期表.XlSX (55.5KB) X   Periodic table of the innovation

    Chemical Element ZXY Axis Electronic Arrangement Table Tabulation principle: Please refer to the ACS network "An open letter to chemists "
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    Chemical theoretical innovation
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  • High-throughput Screening

    High-throughput screening technology is a method for screening candidate drugs that interact with targets from a large number of drug samples by using microplates containing molecules (such as enzymes and receptors) a...
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  • API Synthesis

    Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) is defined by U.S. Food & Drug Administration as: any substance or mixture of substances intended to be used as the active ingredient in the manufacture of a drug (medicinal)...
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  • What Is Medicinal Chemistry?

    Medicinal chemistry is an integrated discipline which links many scientific fields in researching and developing new drugs. Medicinal chemistry deals with the design, optimization and development of chemical compounds...
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  • Role of Screening Libraries in Drug Discovery

    Screening libraries play a central role in modern drug discovery. They can be used to help produce new, pharmaceutical and lead-based screening compounds based on drug discovery in the ever-changing demands of industr...
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  • Application of Peptide PEGylation

    PEGylation of peptides has proven to be useful for several applications:  > PEGylation at cysteine residue> Arginine modification> Carboxyl group modification> Hydroxyl group conjugation> Acti...
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  • NHS-Activated Peptide Conjugation Magnetic Beads

    NHS-Activated Peptide Conjugation Magnetic Beads, also called immunomagnetic microspheres, is a small spherical particle with superparamagnetic and protective shell, which is basically composed of carrier microspheres...
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  • Application of Peptides-Metal Chelates Conjugation

    Application of Peptides-Metal Chelates Conjugation For molecular imaging Molecular imaging has become an indispensable tool in modern diagnostics in biomedical research and therapeutic fields. Cancer cells that expres...
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  • Preparation of peptide and oligonucleotide conjugates

    Preparation of Peptide-oligonucleotide Conjugation There are several different strategies for synthesizing peptide and oligonucleotide conjugates, including solid phase synthesis, liquid phase synthesis, and biosynthe...
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  • Peptide Tags

    Peptide TagsFlag tag Flag tag (DYKDDDDK) is a common, well-characterized hydrophilic tag. It is always used in conjunction with antibodies in protein pull-downs to study protein interactions. Flag tag can be incorpora...
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  • Peptides-Carraier Protein Conjugation

    Type of Peptides-Carraier Protein Conjugation For immunological reasons, the choice for carrier proteins usually ends at bovine serum albumin (BSA), ovalbumin (OVA), or keyhole limpet hemocyanin (KLH): When the cost i...
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  • Peptide Spin Labels

    Peptide Spin Labels Spin labeling refers to a chemical technique that integrates molecules containing unpaired electrons into another research framework. For the study of biomacromolecule structure, kinetics and confo...
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  • Application of Cross Linkers

    Cross-linkers are used to determine the relationship between adjacent proteins as well as ligand-receptor interactions. Photo-reactive crosslinkers are widely used for nonspecific bioconjugation. While numerous option...
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  • An overview of sigma receptor

    An overview of sigma receptor inhibitor Sigma receptor is a non-opioid receptor that binds diverse classes of psychotropic drugs. The receptor is mainly distributed in the emotional regulation region and the brainstem...
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  • Inhibition of small GTPase

    Small GTPase Inhibitor EHT1864 is a small molecule inhibitor of the Rac family of GTPase, used in Rac1, Rac1b, Rac2 and Rac3, which is the most potent for Rac1, whether binding affinity or stimulating nucleotide rele...
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  • Agonists and antagonists of SSTR

    Agonists and antagonists of SSTR / Somatostatin Receptor Inhibitor I Octreotide acetate eight peptide is a kind of long-term growth hormone inhibin analogue, to simulate the natural growth hormone inhibin pharmacolog...
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  • Major types of SPHK inhibitor

    Major types of SPHK inhibitor It is found that SPHK expressed two cell subtypes in human body, SphK1 and SphK2 respectively. Their distribution in time and space are different, and SphK1 is transcribed before SphK2. S...
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  • Src Inhibitor

    An overview of Src inhibitor Src tyrosine kinase is composed of c-terminal to n-terminal, including four basic structural domains, namely SH1 (Src Homology 1), SH2, SH3 and SH4, in which SH1 is highly homologous to th...
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  • Major types of SRPK inhibitor

    Major types of SRPK   There are many SRPKs have been found, such as SRPK1. SRPK1 is an RNA splicing kinase with high specificity for serine/arginine rich domain (RS domain). And SRPK1 can identify arginine and ph...
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