Identification of small molecule inhibitors of disease-related pathways is one of the most important elements of the drug development process. The first stage of small molecule inhibitor identification requires large-scale screening against proteins involved in these pathways. GenScript provides a variety of druggable gene collections, encoding disease-related pathway proteins, to help you advance your drug discovery and development research.
GenScript’s GenEZ druggable gene collections can be ordered as clone sets or as individual clones. Each GenEZ cDNA ORF in our collection is fully sequence-verified and can be custom cloned into any vector of your choice.
Click on a collection below to view all genes and gene variants in that set.
|Drug interaction pathways||Number of genes|
|G protein coupled receptor||922|
|Serine threonine kinase||881|
|Transcription factor binding||540|
|Transcription factor complex||326|
|External side of plasma membrane||292|
|Neutral zinc metallopeptidase||225|
|B30_2 SPRY domain||89|
|Nuclear hormone receptor||77|
|RNA directed DNA polymerase||69|
|Short chain dehydrogenase reductase||53|
|Phosphatidylinositol 3 kinase||24|
|Myotubularin related protein phosphatase||16|
|DNA directed RNA polymerase||6|