Trusted and Reliable Neuroscience Reagents

Cited in >20,000 Neuroscience publications worldwide

Neurotransmitters | Ion Channel Modulators | Caged Compounds | DREADD Ligands

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Time To Go GMP?

GMP Small Molecules for Stem Cell Therapy

Partner with Tocris today and let us help you develop the next stem cell therapy

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Kick-start your PROTACs Research!

- Develop your own degraders with our new building blocks -

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Opening the Door to New Discoveries!

Introducing the Tocriscreen™ Plus Micro - our entry point compound library

Supplied in a ready-to-use, 96-well microplate format and comprising 1280 compounds across a wide range of pharmacological targets and research areas

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CiteAb Awards 2018

Janelia Fluor® Dyes are "Highly Commended"

Our Janelia Fluor® fluorescent dyes have been awarded "Highly Commended" in the Innovative Product of the Year category in the 2018 CiteAb Awards

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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!

Tocris Life Science Posters

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

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Featured Products

Janelia Fluor®

Expanded range of Janelia Fluor® Dyes

Tocris is pleased to introduce further dyes as part of the Janelia Fluor® dye range, expanding the palette of bright, photo-stable dyes available for your imaging experiments.

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Tocriscreen Promotion

25% Discount on Tocriscreen Plus

We're offering a 25% discount on our Tocriscreen Plus library until 30th September 2018. To receive your discount, quote 25SCREEN18 on your order! T&Cs apply.

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Epilepsy Poster

Epilepsy Life Science Poster

This poster describes current knowledge of the mechanisms by which epilepsy develops, and highlights disease-modifying approaches to treatment.

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