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A Short Introduction to Tocris Bioscience

This video gives an overview of Tocris products and services, including how our agonist and antagonists are being used in vitro and in vivo. It also highlights our new and expanding fluorescent probes and dyes ranges.

YouTube Intro to Tocris Bioscience

Tocris is Globally Trusted Brand

For over 30 years, Tocris has been enabling researchers by making the latest research tool commercially available. Our team of PhD qualified scientists work closely with research institutes and pharmaceutical companies across the globe, to ensure we are frequently first to market with the latest technologies and reagents.

90% of our product reviews are 4 or 5 stars*, and are cited in over 30,000 publications, including in high impact journals such as Nature, PNAS, and Cell Press. See some of our customer reviews below.

Customer Success Stories

Keep Up to Date with Tocris

Tocris sells over 4500 compounds, targeting more than 400 targets, but we are constantly adding to our ranges, so you can be sure to find the most effective tools and technology for your research area.

The Tocris Promise

Outstanding quality

Our highly experienced chemistry and QC teams ensure that our products are manufactured to the highest standards, with purity typically ≥ 98% by HPLC. Additionally, Tocris carry out extensive QC analysis not undertaken by other commercial providers.

Consistent and reliable resupply

Over 99.5% of products are consistently in stock, and we deliver within 1-3 business days of receiving an order.

Continuous pipeline of innovative products

Innovation is the cornerstone Tocris’ mission to advance life science research.

Tocris has a dedicated innovation team of PhD qualified product managers who are continuously identifying and designing compounds and technology. They introduce approximately 400 new products a year, many of which are exclusive to Tocris.

PROTAC® is a registered trademark of Arvinas Operations, Inc., and is used under license.

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