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The Chemical Methodologies and Library Development Center at KU has synthesized thousands of small molecules over the years. Most of these have been submitted to the Molecular Libraries Small Molecule Repository (MLSMR) for inclusion in the MLPCN screening collection. As part of the MLPCN, the compounds made via the KU CMLD are also published on PubChem with relevant bioactivity data. The KU CMLD wishes to make available cherry-picks or complete libraries to biologists looking for specific chemical moieties. 

Please visit PubChem for a complete list of the KU CMLD library as well as corresponding bioactivity data. You may also contact the KU CMLD for information regarding compound resupply or any other related inquires.

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