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Natural Product Libraries

This listing is for informational purposes only and is not a comprehensive listing. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) does not guarantee the availability or content of any of the listed libraries. Acceptance of any such terms is at the sole discretion of the prospective user, and as agreed to between the prospective user and the library administrator. Inclusion on this listing does not indicate NCCIH’s approval of such terms, and does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation of any specific commercial products, process, service, manufacturer, or company by the U.S. Government, or specifically by the National Institutes of Health or NCCIH.

Library Name and/or CompanyContact InformationMaterials Available in the LibraryInformation About the Materials
Albany Molecular Researchamriglobal.com/solutions/      
discovery/libraries      

518-512-2542   
melissa.allard@amriglobal.com
Samples derived from marine and terrestrial microorganisms and plantsInformation not provided for listing; consult with company.
AnalytiCon Discoveryac-discovery.com      

240-406-1256      
d.wolf@ac-discovery.com
Natural compounds from microbial and terrestrial sourcesInformation not provided for listing; consult with company.
Axxam/IMAX Discovery

info.imaxdiscovery@axxam.com

  michela.stucchi.ms@axxam.com

Comprehensive access to nature’s chemical diversity: plants, fungi, microbial strains (12,500 pure natural compounds derived from plant and microbial sources; 63,000 purified fractions derived from distinct microbial extracts; 21,200 pre-purified extracts including samples derived from microbial extracts, plants and mushroom fruit bodies; 40,000 distinct strains from bacterial and fungal genetic sources).Information not provided for listing; consult with company.
BioAustralisbioaustralis.com      

+61-2-9757-4515      
info@bioaustralis.com
High purity metabolites from bacteria and fungiProduct name, synonym, CAS number, molecular formula, molecular weight, description of chemical, and biological characteristics
Biosortia Microbiomicsbiosortia.com      

614-573-1903      
chummell@biosortia.com
Biosortia makes available rare small molecules (SMs) made from microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, archaea, & viruses) in natural microbiomes. We specialize in the ‘hard to obtain’ or large quantities by special request for rare SMs.Chemical structures and biological activities of the compounds are available.
Caithness      
Biotechnologies,      
Phytotitre Natural Product Library

caithnessbiotechnologies.com      

contact@caithness      
biotechnologies.com

 

Unique focus on plants with a history of use as traditional medicines or association with reduced risk of disease in studies of dietary epidemiology aims to maximize accessibility and hit rate for groups seeking to screen natural product libraries. 800 extracts in DMSO, microplate format.Information on traditional ethnomedicinal use or other rationale for inclusion in the library is provided in electronic format with plate maps.
ChromaDex      
Natural Compound Libraries
chromadex.com/standards/      
natural-product-libraries      

949-419-0288      
sales@chromadex.com
Wide selection of high-quality reference standards suited for the natural products industry focusing on dietary supplements, food and beverage, skin care, and pharmaceutical markets. Has been developed with a key balance of known active and well-characterized phytochemicals in combination with unusual and difficult-to-isolate compounds.Neat inventory immediately available. Botanical extract library, produced through a proprietary extraction process combining both serial and parallel techniques to decrease false negatives and maximize screening hits; 1,200 are extensively characterized; 2,550 total fractions; derived from 425 plants and plant parts; cross-fraction synergy preserved.
Cyano Biotechcyano-biotech.com/content/biomasstocompounds      

+49-0-30-63924481      
+49-0-30-63924489      
info@cyano-biotech.com
Natural products from cyanobacteriaLibraries in the form of crude extracts, prefractionated extracts, and pure compounds in 96 well MTPs ready to screen. Bioactivity data for all library formats available on request.
Developmental Therapeutics Program, the National Cancer Institute Natural Products Repository, National Institutes of Healthdtp.cancer.gov/organization/npb/      
introduction.htm      

ncidtpinfo@mail.nih.gov
One of world’s most comprehensive collections of natural products. More than 230,000 crude extracts from plant, marine and microbial sources from countries around the world; over 400 purified natural product compounds; traditional Chinese medicinal plant extracts library.No cost for materials; only shipping fee is charged; in both 96- and 384-well formats ready for HTS screens.
Greenpharma Natural Compound Librarygreenpharma.com/products/      
compound-librairies/#GPNCL      

+33-0-238-259-980      
info@greenpharma.com
Diverse and pure compounds from natural resources including plants, bacteria and other terrestrial sourcesElectronic file containing the structure, the name, the position of each product in the microplate, examples of natural sources producing the compounds, and calculated physico-chemical descriptors
INDOFINE Chemical Companyindofinechemical.com      

Sujata Moton      
908-359-6778      
121 Stryker Lane      
Hillsborough, NJ 08844      
chemical@indofinechemical.com
Offers natural products, herbal and nutritional products, flavonoids, and coumarins. Can make a custom library.All of the natural products are extracted. Products are of high purity.
InterBioScreenscreen@ibscreen.comSynthetic and natural compounds and their derivatives. Synthetic compounds with maximal diversity and natural compounds isolated from various natural sources such as plants, fungi, molds, insects, marine organisms, or produced by total synthesis of natural products and/or derivatives of natural products obtained by their chemical modification.Information not provided for listing; consult with company.
InterLink Biotechnologiesinterlinkbiotech.com/natural-products.html      

rlgarcia@interlinkbiotech.com      
609-933-3798
More than 200,000 microbial and plant extracts (fractions available), purified compounds, and microbial strains from large and diverse sourcesInformation not provided for listing; consult with company.
Magellan BioSciencemagellanbioscience.com/libraries/      
divisions.html      

813-623-6800      
info@magellanbioscience.com
Marine microbes from sediment water and associated invertebrate and plant tissuesInformation not provided for listing; consult with company.
MedChemExpress

medchemexpress.com/screening-libraries.html  

609-228-6898        
sales@medchemexpress.com

Purified natural products sourced from plant, animal, marine and microbial sources, as well as natural product synthetic equivalents for research.A unique collection of 3500+ natural products and natural product synthetic equivalents encompassing saccharides, glycosides, phenylpropanoids, quinones, flavonoids, terpenoids, steroids, alkaloids, phenols, acids and aldehydes. All natural products have clear sources and structural classifications. Detailed information include product name, CAS number, structure, formula weight, source type, structure type, solubility, SMILES, biological activity, clinical information, etc.
MicroSource Discovery Systemsmsdiscovery.com/natprod.html      

860-350-8078      
compounds@msdiscovery.com
Approximately 75% of the collection encompasses: alkaloids (16%), flavanoids (12%), sterols/triterpenes (12%), diterpenes/sesquiterpenes (10%), benzophenones/chalcones/stilbenes (10%), limonoids/quassinoids (9%), and chromones/coumarins (6%). The remainder of the collection includes quinones/quinonemethides, benzofurans/benzopyrans, otenoids/xanthones, carbohydrates, and benztropolones/depsides/depsidones.Collection of 800 compounds, all are fully characterized according to literature reports and meet criteria of a minimum of 95% purity. Compounds selected on the basis of structural and chemical class.
Natural Product Discovery Center, Scripps Researchscripps.edu/shen/natural-product-      
discovery-center      

561-228-2456      
shenb@scripps.edu
Natural products of bacterial origin, as MPLC fractions and crude extractsStructures of the pure compounds, HPLC chromatograms of the fractions and extracts, geographic location and ecological environment of the strains from which the fractions and crude extracts were prepared, and very limited activity information associated with them
Natural Products Discovery Core,       
University of Michigan

lsi.umich.edu/science/centers-technologies/natural-products-      
discovery-core      
734-647-7772      
natprodcore@umich.edu

 

Metadata enabled (chemical and genetic profile) 45,000 NPEs (and still growing) from diverse marine/terrestrial actinomycetes

 

NPEs from Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, North and South America, and the Antarctic. The library is configured in HTS format (94/384/1536 well) for scientific exploration (academia/industry). Internal HTS facility, Center for Chemical Genomics.
NatureBank, Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery, Griffith Universitygriffith.edu.au/institute-drug-discovery/      
unique-resources/naturebank      

Rohan Davis      
r.davis@griffith.edu.au
Marine- and plant-derived lead-like enhanced extract (>18,000), fraction (>90,000) and pure compound (>100) librariesSamples have been processed into three unique libraries: a lead-like extract library, a lead-like fraction library, and a pure compound library, which are ready for screening to discover new bioactive compounds in a range of applications (e.g., biomedical, agrochemical, nutraceutical). Also holds more than 30,000 archived biota samples. These libraries represent the unique biodiversity of Australia, which translates into novel chemical diversity.

Quality Phytochemicals

 

qualityphytochemicals.com      

908-510-9277      
sales@qualityphytochemicalsllc.com
Natural compounds/phytochemicals for researchInformation not provided for listing; consult with company.
Selleck Chemicalsselleckchem.com/screening/natural-product-library.html      

877-796-6397 (U.S. and Canada only)      
832-582-8158      
sales@selleckchem.com
Purified natural products for researchA unique collection of 2,228 natural products for high-throughput screening and high-content screening. Includes quinones, flavonoids, terpenoids, alkaloids, saponins, medicine food homology compounds, human endogenous metabolite compounds and natural organic compounds. Structurally diverse, bioactive, and cell permeable; rich documentation with structure; NMR and HPLC validated ensure high purity.
Specsspecs.net      

401-782-2994      
david.hayes@specs.net
Purified natural products and derivatives thereof from natural sources like plants, fungi, bacteria, and sea organismsMolecular structure and molecular formula, name of the natural product (if the compound is a derivative, the name of the parent structure and “derivative of” is mentioned, e.g., “dubamine derivative of”), name of the source of the natural product (e.g., “isolated from haplophullum latifolium”), and available stereochemical information
TargetMol Chemicals, Inc.-Natural Product Library for HTS https://www.targetmol.com/compound-library/Natural%20Product%20Library%20for%20HTS     

781-999-4286     
info@targetmol.com
Purified natural products sourced from plant, animal, microorganism, marine species, etc. The collection of this library encompasses alkaloids, flavonoids, glycosides, phenols, phenylpropanoids, quinones, saccharides, steroids, and terpenoids.A unique collection of 3,760 compounds with highly customizable option for high-throughput screening and high-content screening. Detailed information including product name, molecular structure, CAS number, molecular formula, molecular weight, source, bioactivity, status, and trade name.
TimTectimtec.net/natural-compound-library.html       

302-292-8500      
info@timtec.net
Compounds sourced from plants, bacteria, fungus, and animalsCommon natural sources and reference information is available for natural product library records.

Please send all requests for inclusion of new libraries and any changes in information for libraries currently listed to Dr. Craig Hopp. Submissions should be limited to a word count of 50 or less.