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Androgen Receptor Antagonists Library

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Totally, ChemDiv’s library contains 14,278 compounds

This specialized library, containing androgen receptor antagonists, represents a significant advancement in the field of drug discovery, particularly in diseases influenced by androgen receptor pathways, like prostate cancer and certain hormonal disorders. The library's design revolves around 21 core structures, a number that is not fixed and allows for future expansion, reflecting the dynamic nature of this field. Each core structure can yield 1-3 scaffolds, culminating in a diverse collection of 51 scaffolds. This approach ensures comprehensive coverage of potential molecular interactions with the androgen receptor, facilitating the discovery of potent antagonists.

A total of 14,278 compounds populate this library, reflecting its extensive scope and depth. Among these, 23 scaffolds have been meticulously selected and prioritized for synthesis based on their potential efficacy and uniqueness. These are categorized into three priority levels: 14 scaffolds at Priority #1, 4 scaffolds at Priority #2, and 5 scaffolds at Priority #3. Such prioritization is crucial for efficient and focused drug development, guiding researchers to the most promising compounds. The synthesized library, comprising approximately 4,300 members from 17 scaffolds, offers a rich resource for initial screening and subsequent optimization of androgen receptor antagonists.

The implications of this library for anticancer drug discovery, particularly in targeting prostate cancer, are profound. The androgen receptor plays a crucial role in the development and progression of prostate cancer, making it a key target for therapeutic intervention. This library's diverse range of compounds, designed to antagonize the androgen receptor, opens up possibilities for the development of more effective and specific treatments. The structured approach to prioritization and synthesis ensures that the most promising candidates are explored first, accelerating the path to clinical trials and potential therapeutic applications. This library not only aids in the advancement of prostate cancer treatment but also contributes to the broader understanding of androgen receptor biology and its role in disease.

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