Chemical Biology

Chemical biology products incorporate the techniques and strengths of chemistry to address fundamentally important questions in biology, medicine, and drug discovery. Sigma-Aldrich® chemical biology products provide solutions, expertise, and industry leadership to advance your research. We offer a market-leading range of innovative products for conjugation strategies, such as azide-alkyne cycloaddition chemistry, as well as synthetic intermediates and building blocks for the synthesis of biomolecules, such as peptides, carbohydrates, and oligonucleotides.   

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Protein Degrader Building Blocks

Our protein degrader building blocks are the easiest way to generate libraries of protein degraders, such as proteolysis targeting chimeras (PROTAC® molecules), that can be screened for effective degradation of your target protein from cells.

Click Chemistry Reagents
Click Chemistry Reagents

Our portfolio of click chemistry reagents includes a variety of azides, alkynes, catalysts, and ligands to accelerate your progress in chemical biology, polymer chemistry, bioconjugation, and drug discovery.

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Chemical Biology Tools

Our chemical biology tools incorporate techniques and strengths of chemistry to address fundamentally important research in biology, medicine, and drug discovery. 

The image depicts a colorful biochemical diagram illustrating the bioconjugation process where two blue spiky shapes labeled “Protein Protein Interaction” are transformed into a “Crosslinked Proteins” shape through the action of a “Crosslinker.”

Our portfolio of linkers and crosslinkers provide structural stability and reliability in protein-protein, protein-peptide, and peptide/protein-small molecule interactions for all your bioconjugation needs.

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Our broad portfolio of highly pure carbohydrates are used widely as supplements to cell culture media and as building blocks in glycan and glycoconjugate synthesis. 

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