"Compounds Australia has been instrumental in helping facilitate new and very productive collaborations for our group. Their capacity to quickly plate compounds in various formats and in plates compatible with our assays significantly speeds up our drug discovery work. They are highly professional and respond quickly to queries and requests."
"The interaction between the ACRF Drug Discovery Centre (DDC) and the Compounds Australia has continued to be very positive and productive. The upgrade in equipment at Compounds Australia has assisted us with our traditional compound requests and allowed us to undertake more advanced chemical compound plating formats. It is anticipated that the DDC will continue to work closely with Compounds Australia in the future for management and storage of the DDC chemical compound libraries and provision of compound plates sets for DDC customers in a timely and efficient manner."
- Dr Greg Arndt
- ACRF Drug Discovery Centre for Childhood Cancer
- Children's Cancer Institute Australia for Medical Research
"Compounds Australia provides a valuable service to the drug discovery community in Australia, with considerable expertise in compound storage, liquid handling and reformatting for high throughput assays. They are efficient and easy to work with. The open access component of Compounds Australia, where users are able to designate their compounds as available for others to screen against targets is an example of their willingness to help others find new hits against important targets in disease."
- Professor Matt Cooper
- NHMRC Australia Fellow
- Chemical and Structural Biology Division
- Institute of Molecular Bioscience, UQ
"Compounds Australia has provided fantastic service to the CTx – the team is very committed to getting all jobs done on schedule while responding flexibly to specific requirements. We value the quality and rapid turnaround of their sample processing."
- Dr Hendrik Falk
- Project Leader
- Cancer Therapeutics CRC
"Since 2010 the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI) has benefitted from a positive interaction with Compounds Australia. They have facilitated compound management storage, plating for primary HTS campaigns and hitpicking for confirmation experiments. Throughout this period WEHI has stored over 120,000 small molecules in both tubes and microtitre plate format and maintains multiple boutique libraries at Compounds Australia. These have been plated and shipped to researchers nationally and internationally in a timely, professional manner by Compounds Australia’s friendly team."
- Dr Kurt Lackovic
- Business and HTCS Development Manager
- Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research