Enzyme modulators

Enzyme activators and inhibitors are essential in the study of intracellular mechanisms. The presence of these modulators may lead to an alteration in biological activity, with the effect being dependent on the use of an activator or inhibitor. Popular enzymes include PI3K/Akt, MAPK and JAK-STAT, many of which form cell signaling pathways. Join researchers worldwide and find enzyme modulators for your research.

Features

Innovative, highly selective MRP4 inhibitors

Highly selective inhibitors to study MRP4 for the first time from the Australia Children’s Cancer Institute.

Advantages of small molecule inhibitors

Our guide written by Professor Stephen Taylor highlights the opportunities for you of using inhibitors.

Guidelines for small-molecule inhibitors

Choose the right inhibitor for your experiment by reading our guide written by Professor Stephen Taylor.

MAPK pathway

Download our guide to the MAPK pathway highlighting the proteins responsible for cellular communication.