ACCESS NEW COMPOUNDS BY COMBINING YOUR EXPERTISE WITH LCC's SELECTED SYNTHONS.
To support your innovation, our compounds are designed to be successfully used in DNA-compatible reactions. Our synthons also have a diverse set of options for two or three synthetic handles, resulting in more opportunities for you to proceed.
We focus on 3D-rich compounds to cover some of the gaps in existing chemical space, making available what has not been before.
Representative examples of scaffolds categories
For more examples of our DEL scaffolds categories and/or a customised sd-file, please contact our BD Manager, Dr. Marie Hoffmann at email@example.com.
ACCESS NEW 3D-RICH, HIGHLY-FUNCTIONALISED SCAFFOLDS
Diverse array of heterocyclic compounds.
Extended selection of 3D-rich synthons.
Variety of synthetic handles compatible for reactions
Mono / Di / Tri functionalised compounds.
Low molecular weight.
Racemic and chirally-pure material available.
OVERVIEW OF LCC’s SCAFFOLDS FOR DEL SYNTHESIS
LCC’s collection of monomers and synthons for DEL synthesis contains 3,393 compounds (06/2020), that are pre-categorised according to the number and nature of the handle(s), in order to facilitate your selection process.
If the compounds you’re looking for aren’t yet in our pipeline, but align with our expertise, our R&D team is ready to tackle whatever comes next.
DEL CHEMISTRY PORTAL
To assist you at different stages of your program (from purchasing to off-DNA synthesis and SAR) we have developed a full-service DEL Chemistry Portal.
The portal will help you increase speed, gain time, streamline chemistry processes and reduce costs.
August 2020 – Job Opportunity
TECHNICAL SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Join an innovative CRO, and an international team with various backgrounds in a culturally diverse environment. All employees have a voice and opportunities to develop their careers.
MOtM - July 2020
By focussing on the development of molecular metal catalysts, his goal is to contribute to greener and more economic organic synthesis. Prof. Xiao rapidly found...
June 2020 - Award
PROFESSOR XIAO WINS 2020 TILDEN PRIZE
Congratulations to Professor Jianliang Xiao, recipient of the prestigious 2020 Tilden Prize from the Royal Society of Chemistry. Having him as a distinguished member of our Scientific Advisory Board is a blessing. Thank you Professor!
News - April 2020 - Funding
NEW £2.25m FUNDING AGREEMENT
Liverpool-headquartered chemical technology business receives £2.25m funding to accelerate its mission
Liverpool ChiroChem, an international chemical technology business whose products form the building blocks to the research and development of new......
News - November 2019 - New Partnership
CRESSET AND LIVERPOOL CHIROCHEM ANNOUNCE COLLABORATION
Cresset, provider of software and contract research services for small molecule drug discovery, and LCC a chemical technology innovator that produces chiral...