Posted by kinasepro on October 31, 2006
- Looks like Org Syn volume 84 is starting to roll out on the web.
- Pipeline looks to be down today 😦
- Some Canadian company, bought some company in Tucson that has some kinase inhibitors (Pi3K, and AKT) ‘in late preclinical development’. For those of us following along at home, that’s code for having compounds with A) crummy PK B) poor selectivity C) CYP issues – or more likely – all of the above. Only reason I can see to list all the programs in the press release is that they are now for sale. Any bets on what they do with the American side of the company?
- Array announced its p38 program is ready for prime-time. (Of note Array has some of their patents applications downloadable) From that list it looks like plenty of MEK and AKT inhibitors… but P38? Yah there’s a couple from ’04.