Experts in biomedical research are calling for better use of chemical probes to improve our understanding of protein function and the foundations on which much of modern drug discovery and development are based.
Increasing the quality and robustness of biomedical research using chemical probes.
Welcome to the new Chemical Probes Portal! Experience the new and improved Chemical Probes Portal from www.chemicalprobes.org
A free, public online resource of expert reviews and evaluations of chemical probes.
The Chemical Probes Portal supports the biological research community to select the best chemical tools such as inhibitors, activators and degraders, to use as chemical probes for their experiments. Its expert panel provides guidance to select the most suitable probe for use in in-vitro and in-vivo experiments and shares experiences in best practice.
If you need to access the old site, it is still available at legacy.chemicalprobes.org.
We’ve added two new features to the Chemical Probes Portal, enabling users to filter and download probe data, as well as search the entire Portal site to find news articles, guidelines and more.
Dr Domenico Sanfelice, the Portal Curator, looks back at recent updates to the Portal including interesting small molecules, new protein targets and changes to the Chemical Probes Portal.
The new Chemical Probes Portal is now available at chemicalprobes.org including data and recommendations on more than 650 small molecule tools. The new portal has a faster, more intuitive search, easier online forms for submitting and reviewing compounds and an entirely new backend structure to facilitate updates in the future.
How to cite the Chemical Probes Portal
A manuscript describing the new portal is in preparation, meanwhile please cite the original publication:
- The promise and peril of chemical probes, Arrowsmith et al Nat Chem Biol 2015 11;536-531. doi: 10.1038/nchembio.1867 ( Nature Chemical Biology)
Please add our URL to your publication: www.chemicalprobes.org.