We have several fragment libraries, totalling over 2000 compounds. All are available in DMSO at 100-500 mM concentrations. The fragments are in Echo-compatible source plates ready for rapid crystal soaking experiments.
None of the compounds in our collection are bound by any IP. All compounds in our collection are commercially available from suppliers, or else published; if you wish to have IP assurances, please contact the suppliers in question. The only requirement Diamond places on use of its facilities, through the academic route is that all results are published (covered by the Policy Documents on Diamond's website (here).
We routinely use the DSI-Poised library and can offer some follow-up support for users screening their target with this library. Information on this library can be found here.
Other libraries are available here.
Leeds3D and Kidd3D are supported by their academic research teams (respectively: Adam Nelson and Steve Marsden in Leeds; and Pharmenable, Dave Spring and Hannah Sore in Cambridge). We also have a cysteine covalent fragment library designed by Nir London (Weizmann Institute, Israel) which is actively supported by his research group.
For those libraries, please let your local contact know well in advance that you would want to use them.