1. Scripps Research Institute Scientists Identify First Potentially Effective Therapy for Human Prion Disease   
  2. Probe from SRIMSC Enters Phase II/III Clinical trials.   
  3. The Scripps Molecular Screening Center becomes the first to have 1000 AIDs in PubChem!   
  4. Receptos Scientists Publish Determination of a High Resolution S1P1 Structure in Science   
  5. NIH Common Fund researchers uncover structure of important target for drug design   
  6. NIH Research Matters: Designing New Diabetes Drugs   
  7. Discovery of a treatable mechanism for avoiding the deadly response to flu: North County Times, Eurekalert [1, 2]    
  8. Nature: Suppression of TH17 differentiation and autoimmunity by a synthetic ROR ligand   
  9. Scripps Research and MIT scientists discover class of potent anti-cancer compounds    
  10. MLP Probe Project Leads to First in Human Studies    
  11. Business Wire:   Receptos Initiates Clinical Trials for S1P1 Agonist Program, Aimed at Multiple Sclerosis   
  12. Nature:   Quantitative reactivity profiling predicts functional cysteines in proteomes.

  13. Nature:   Anti-diabetic drugs inhibit obesity-linked phosphorylation of PPARc by Cdk5.
  14. Discovery and optimization of chemical probes to define important molecular signals in medicine.
  15. Nature Reviews Drug Discovery article:   Chemical modulators of S1P receptors as barrier-oriented therapeutic molecules.
  16. Nature Chemical Biology article: S1P1 signaling just keeps going and going and going…
  17. Nature Biotechnology article:   Identification of selective inhibitors of uncharacterized enzymes by high-throughput screening with fluorescent activity-based probes.
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PubChem Statistics

for NIH Molecular Libraries Program centers by assay submitter.

PubChem's data source information page can be found here.

 
Probe Reports (reported by Molecular Libraries website)

The Molecular Libraries Program website lists the publicly available Probe reports from all centers but has not been updated for a while. It can be found here. We keep our own up to date copy of Scripps' Center probes here.

 
Google Scholar Citations for PubMed

This tool will take a PubMed PMID and run a Google search to obtain the number of times it has been cited. The resulting Google Scholar link is inserted into the PubMed page as shown in the picture.


To use this tool you will need to be using the Firefox browser with the Greasemonkey extension installed. You can then install the tool here.

 

 

 


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