This page will be expanded over time to include more references, but we begin by recommending a small number of outstanding, important papers that cover topics that should be of broad interest to scientists who use chemical probes.
- The Art of the Chemical Probe by Stephen V Frye (Nature Chemical Biology)
- Probing the probes: fitness factors for small molecule tools by Paul Workman & Ian Collins (Chemistry & Biology)
- Target validation using chemical probes by Mark E Bunnage, Eugene L Piatnitski & Lynn Jones (Nature Chemical Biology)
- The promise and peril of chemical probes by Arrowsmith et al. (Nature Chemical Biology)
- Data gaps that limit the potential of preclinical research by Robin J Kleiman & Michael D Ehlers (Science Translational Medicine)
- Applications of chemogenomic library screening in drug discovery by Lynn Jones & Mark Bunnage (Nature Reviews Drug Discovery)
- Developing predictive assays: the phenotypic screening "rule of 3" by Fabien Vincent et al. (Science Translational Medicine)