Request IDG Tools
IDG tool molecules are compounds that we believe are important for investigating the function of understudied kinases on the Illuminating the Druggable Genome list. Compounds synthesized or provided by the SGC-UNC can be shipped to researchers upon completion of the click-through MTA (below) and payment through our infoporte site.
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