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  • HY-L169
    324 compounds

    Resistance refers to the decrease in the effectiveness of drugs in treating diseases or symptoms. Due to the increasing global antibiotic resistance, it may threaten our ability to treat common infectious diseases. Drug resistance is also the main cause of chemotherapy failure in malignant tumors. In approximately 50% of cases, drug resistance exists even before chemotherapy begins. There are many mechanisms of anticancer drug resistance, including increased protein expression that leads to drug removal, mutations in drug binding sites, recovery of tumor protein production, and pre-existing genetic heterogeneity in tumor cell populations. In addition, the issue of drug resistance seems to have affected the development of new anticancer drugs. Drug resistance may be caused by various conditions, such as mutations, epigenetic modifications, and upregulation of drug efflux protein expression. Overcoming multidrug resistance in cancer treatment is becoming increasingly important.

    MCE designs a unique collection of 324 anti-drug-resistant compounds. It is a good tool to be used for research on cancer and other diseases.

  • HY-L142
    96 compounds

    Tuberculosis (TB), usually caused by bacteria (Mycobacterium tuberculosis), is an infectious disease that mainly affects the lungs. According to the statistics of the World Health Organization (WHO), 10 million people suffer from tuberculosis every year, and 1.5 million people die of tuberculosis every year, which makes tuberculosis the number one killer of infectious diseases.

    Tuberculosis can be cured through the standard 6-month course of treatment of four kinds of antibiotics. Common drugs include rifampicin and isoniazid. In some cases, TB bacteria do not respond to standard drugs, that is, patients with drug-resistant tuberculosis. The treatment of drug-resistant tuberculosis takes longer and is more complex. In the face of the resurgence of tuberculosis in the world and the rapid emergence of multi drug resistant tuberculosis, it is very important to develop new anti-tuberculosis drugs or new clinical treatment schemes for existing anti mycobacterium drugs.

    MCE supplies a unique collection of 96 compounds with clear anti-tuberculosis activity. MCE Anti-tuberculosis Compound Library is a useful tool for anti-tuberculosis related research and anti-tuberculosis drug development

  • HY-L049
    1305 compounds

    Antibacterial agents are a group of materials that fight against pathogenic bacteria. Thus, by killing or reducing the metabolic activity of bacteria, their pathogenic effect in the biological environments will be minimized. The most widely used antibacterial agents exert their effects on bacterial cell wall synthesis, protein synthesis, DNA replication and metabolic pathways. However, resistance to antimicrobial agents has become a major source of morbidity and mortality worldwide. The main mechanisms of resistance are limiting uptake of a drug, modification of a drug target, inactivation of a drug, and active efflux of a drug. Therefore, it is an urgent need to develop new drugs targeted at resistant organisms.

    MCE offers a unique collection of 1305 compounds with validated antibacterial activities. MCE antibacterial compound library is an effective tool for drug repurposing screening, combination screening and biological investigation.

  • HY-L065
    2854 compounds

    Chinese herbal therapy is an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It has been used for centuries in China, where herbs are considered fundamental therapy for many acute and chronic conditions. Many studies indicated TCM exerted an overall regulatory effect via multi-component and multi-target network. Active components from Traditional Chinese Medicine possess many medicinal properties such as antioxidant, anti-cancer, and anti-bacterial effects, which makes it an important source of new drugs. Nearly 200 modern medicines have been developed either directly or indirectly from the plants used as medicines in China. For example, artemisinin, used in multidrug resistant malaria, was first isolated from the Chinese herb Artemisia annua L. Today, scientists continue to identify compounds in Chinese herbal remedies that may be useful in the development of new therapeutic agents applicable in Western medicine.

    MCE designs a unique collection of 2854 active compounds of Chinese Herbal Medicines. MCE Traditional Chinese Medicine Active Compound Library is a useful tool for discovery new drugs from TCM.