Title: Introducing Our Brand New Library of Compounds with Activity Data Against 5 Bacteria and 2 Fungi


Key Point 1: Overview of the Library:

  • Introduce the new library and its main features.
  • Explain the sources of the compounds in the library and how they were curated.
  • Showcase the diverse range of compounds and potential applications in drug discovery.

Key Point 2: Activity Data Against 5 Bacteria and 2 Fungi:

  • Highlight the importance of activity data against bacteria and fungi in drug discovery.
  • Showcase the activity data of the compounds in the library against the 5 bacteria and 2 fungi targets.
  • Explain how the activity data was generated and highlight the potential of the compounds identified as potential leads for new treatments.

Key Point 3: Significance for Antibiotic and Antifungal Development:

  • Emphasize the significance of the new library for antibiotic and antifungal development.
  • Discuss the increasing concern over antibiotic and antifungal resistance and the need for new treatments.
  • Highlight the potential of the compounds in the library to serve as leads for new antibiotic and antifungal treatments.

Key Point 4: Applications in Drug Discovery:

  • Illustrate the potential applications of the new library in drug discovery projects.
  • Discuss the potential for the compounds in the library to serve as starting points for medicinal chemistry optimization.
  • Emphasize the potential for the compounds in the library to support hit-to-lead and lead optimization phases of drug discovery.

Key Point 5: Collaboration Opportunities:

  • Discuss the potential for collaboration with academia and industry to further develop and optimize the compounds in the library.
  • Highlight the potential for knowledge sharing and multidisciplinary collaboration to advance drug discovery efforts.
  • Encourage readers to explore potential collaboration opportunities.


  • Recap the key points discussed in the blog post, highlighting the benefits of our brand new library of compounds with activity data against 5 bacteria and 2 fungi.
  • Emphasize the potential of the library in antibiotic and antifungal development, drug discovery applications, and collaboration opportunities.
  • Conclude by highlighting the potential to utilize the library for the ultimate goal of improving patient outcomes.