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As an end of year promotion, we're offering a 25% discount* on our collection of Tocriscreen compound libraries and toolboxes, valid until 31st December 2018. Simply quote promo code 25SCREEN2018 on your order. Please browse to the bottom of the page for the full terms and conditions.
The Tocriscreen™ range includes compound libraries and toolboxes exclusively available from Tocris. Tocriscreen Plus compound libraries are composed of 1280 biologically active compounds, covering a range of pharmacological targets. The Tocriscreen toolboxes are collections of active compounds from the Tocris catalog that target specific areas of research.
To request the detailed compound lists for any of the Tocriscreen compound libraries or toolboxes, please complete the compound library inquiry form.
This is a unique service designed to meet your exact screening requirements. The Tocris scientific team can provide assistance in choosing compounds that are relevant to your research requirements. Contact us today to discuss your needs via the compound library inquiry form.
|Micro (Cat. No. 6455)||Mini (Cat. No. 5841)||Plus (Cat. No. 5840)|
|No. of Compounds||1280||1280||1280|
|Volume||15 μL||50 μL||250 μL|
|Solution Format||10 mM DMSO||10 mM DMSO||10 mM DMSO|
|Seal||Peelable foil seal||SepraSeal Cap||SepraSeal Cap|
|Storage Format||96-well, v-bottom microplate||96-well racks with Matrix™ storage tubes||96-well racks with Matrix™ storage tubes|
|Stability (for at least)||6 months, prior to opening||6 months||6 months|
Tocris offers the following scientific literature for Tocriscreen Compound Libraries & Toolboxes to showcase our products. We invite you to request* or download your copy today!
*Please note that Tocris will only send literature to established scientific business / institute addresses.
This brochure gives an overview of the unique TocriscreenTM compound libraries and toolboxes available from Tocris, including the Tocriscreen Plus, and toolboxes for the study of epigenetics, kinases and stem cells.