Fragment Screening

CSIRO, Molecular and Health Technologies.

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Mr. Tom Peat

(613) 9662 7304


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Overview

The fragment screening program is more of a capability than a physical facility. The program encompasses and uses the Biomolecular Interaction Facility and the Bio21 Crystallisation Centre to screen libraries of fragments as the first step towards rational drug design.

Other infrastructure:

  • Access to the Australian synchrotron.
  • NCRIS Protein Production Facility.

Access by:

  • Research collaboration.
  • Fee for service.

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Know how:

  • SPR.
  • X-ray crystallography.

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Mr. Tom Peat

Mr. Tom Peat

Facility Manager at CSIRO, .

P: (613) 9662 7304 | Email |

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Fragment Screening

CSIRO, CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering. 343 Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria, Australia.

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Type: Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas: Biological Science
Precinct: Central
Affiliations: CSIRO

Biological Science categories: Bioresources, Discovery, Drug development, Fragment, High-throughput screening, Medicinal chemistry, Molecular libraries, Small molecule libraries, Structural biology