3rd Bio-Techne Targeted Protein Degradation Symposium

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This free half-day symposium covers some of the hottest topics from the exciting field of TPD

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What type of cancer are you working on?

You can now browse for products on our website by primary tumor site.

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New Epigenetics Compound Library

Decipher the epigenetics machinery in your cells with confidence

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TSA Vivid™ Fluorophore Kits

Brighten up your IHC, ICC and ISH images with our new generation of dyes

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From basic research to regenerative medicine

Start your stem cell journey with our trusted and reliable small molecules

 

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Trusted and Reliable Neuroscience Reagents

Cited in >20,000 Neuroscience publications worldwide

Neurotransmitters | Ion Channel Modulators | Caged Compounds | DREADD Ligands

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Tocris Life Science Posters

A colorful and informative look at different research areas. Download or Request your free copy today!

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Highly-Cited Products

Our products are cited in many high-impact journals including Nature, Cell Press and PNAS, by researchers around the world. There are over 10,000 product citations on the Tocris website, with more being added every day. Check out the Citations tab on our product pages today!

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Featured New Products

 

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Stem Cell Research Product Guide

Check out our updated Stem Cell Research Product Guide, which provides an overview of the use of small molecules in stem cell and cell therapy research and lists over 200 products from Tocris to support your work in the field.

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Parkinson's Disease Life Science Poster

Parkinson's Disease Life Science Poster

The updated poster summarizes the neurobiology and therapeutic strategies in Parkinson's disease research. It describes the environmental and genetic factors of the disease, disruption of neuronal pathways, treatments, and neuroprotective interventions.

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PROTAC mechanism of action

Blog Post: Design and Synthesis of PROTAC® Degraders

Check out our new blog post on the design and synthesis of PROTAC® Degraders, which offers insights into targeting different E3 ligases for compound development and looks at the opportunities around exploring new E3 ligases.   

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