Intracellular signaling cascades are a series of regulated protein-protein interactions that may provide a number of targets for potential drug discovery. Here, the authors examine the interaction of regulators of G-protein signaling (RGS) proteins with the G-protein Galphao, using a flow cytometry protein interaction assay (FCPIA). FCPIA accurately measures nanomolar binding constants of this protein-protein interaction and has been used in high-throughput screening. This report focuses on 5 RGS proteins (4, 6, 7, 8, and 16). To increase the content of screens, the authors assessed high-throughput screening of these RGS proteins in multiplex, by establishing binding constants of each RGS with Galphao in isolation, and then in a multiplex format with 5 RGS proteins present. To use this methodology as a higher-content multiplex protein-protein interaction screen, they established Z-factor values for RGS proteins in multiplex of 0.73 to 0.92, indicating this method is suitable for screening using FCPIA. To increase throughput, they also compressed a set of 8000 compounds by combining 4 compounds in a single assay well. Subsequent deconvolution of the compounds mixtures verified the identification of active compounds at specific RGS targets in their mixtures using the polyplexed FCPIA method.