Targeting RNA with small molecules was suggested after discovering “druggability” of the nucleic acids similar to that of proteins.
The targeting could be aimed at cell processes for the treatment of a multitude of diseases including bacterial/viral infection and cancer.
Our RNA-Targeted Library consists of drug-like compounds and provides an excellent basis for drug discovery projects.
Chemspace's RNA-Targeted library includes:
~ 15 RNA patterns riboswitches and phosphate binding motifs associated with bacterial and viral infections
~ 4500 compounds from Screening Compound Collection utilizing both ligands- and target-based approaches
~ compounds with high predicted activity
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