Screening in mixtures is a common approach for increasing the efficiency of high-throughput screening. Here we investigate how the "compound load" of mixtures influences promiscuous aggregate-based inhibition. We screened 764 molecules individually and in mixtures of 10 at 5 miccroM each, comparing the observed inhibition of the mixtures to that predicted from single-compound results. Synergistic effects on aggregation predominated, although antagonism was also observed. These results suggest that screening mixtures can increase aggregation-based inhibition in a nonadditive manner.