We manufacture novel building blocks at our laboratories in Sheffield, UK.  We continuously update our virtual catalogue to include compounds that are only accessible from chemistry very recently invented by our partner academics.  We are therefore unique in our ability to synthesise the most novel and interesting structures based on unpublished chemistry.

The following groups of compounds are examples of those available from Redbrick Molecular and are available to purchase today, directly from ourselves or our partners. We can also access numerous scaffolds and structures that are not displayed on our website – please contact us via email if you would like to view our entire virtual catalogue.

Our building blocks are available from 10 miligram to multi-gram scale.  We hold a number of compounds in stock but also undertake custom synthesis.  We can also discuss exclusivity options and can introduce customers to academic inventors whilst offering to support collaborative research.

Building Blocks

Pyrazoles

Pyrazoles

Pyrazoles are core motifs in many active compounds. Our 3,5-pyrazoles are valuable building blocks for developing a compound collection. Click here for an example reaction map.
Technology developed in the lab of Prof. Joe Harrity

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Pyrrolidines

Pyrrolidines

Pyrrolidine scaffolds offer a powerful route to 3D molecules. Spirocyclic versions are also available.
Technology developed in the labs of Prof. Adam Nelson and Prof. Steve Marsden

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Chiral Amines

Chiral Amines

Chiral secondary amines are valuable building blocks for hit expansion and library growth. Racemate equivalents are also available.
Technology developed in the lab of Prof. Simon Jones

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Sydnones

Sydnones

Sydnones offer access to highly substituted pyrazole motifs via cycloaddition reactions with alkynes.
Technology developed in the lab of Prof. Joe Harrity

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Novel Boronates

Novel Boronates

Novel, bi-functional BMIDA and BF3K compounds can be used as scaffolds or to introduce 3D exit vectors into existing compounds.
Technology developed in the lab of Prof. Peter O’Brien

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