Pfizer Compounds

Pfizer compounds for research applications

Life science research is often hindered by a lack of access to compounds discovered by big pharma or biotech organizations. Mechanisms like compound transfer agreements can make these compounds available. However, the research community may be unaware of such avenues to sample access, and those in the know may become frustrated by the time and effort it takes to apply.

In 2009, we partnered with Pfizer to expand access to their compound collection. The company allowed clients from credentialed research organizations access to research grade (non-GMP) samples of Pfizer compounds in order to further research in drug discovery. Access to these compounds allows researchers to examine them, with the hope of combatting serious diseases.

We understand that in your research, the right tools are essential. Since 2009, we have made the Pfizer compound pipeline your pipeline. To further research in drug discovery, over 175 authentic, quality-controlled Pfizer compounds are available in our catalog, with additional new small molecules on the horizon. The Pfizer compounds include but are not limited to molecules for research in the following areas:

  • Neuroscience and Gene Regulation
  • ADME/Tox
  • Immunology
  • Ion Channels and Lipid Signaling
  • Apoptosis and Cell Cycle
  • Cytokines and Growth Factors

Explore the Pfizer compounds below and discover which reagent is best for your research workflow.


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