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US20060276514

Posted by kinasepro on December 10, 2006

Ok Merck, so what’s with the aldehyde? Ahhah, I see you already dropped the dime in Biochemistry back in ’05. ‘Reductive amination’ with no reducing agent. Somebody needs to break these kinds of things down for me, since I still don’t get it.

O=C(C1=C(CC)C(C2=CC=C(Cl)C=C2)=C(C=O)N1)OC(C)(C)C

Earlier applications in the series: WO200500937, WO2005009957

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2 Responses to “US20060276514”

  1. milkshake said

    Looks more like reversible covalent adducts (lysine-side-chain adduct in active site). They determined the location by stabilizing the adduct by addition of borohydride and digesting the protein

  2. kinasepro said

    Ahh I get it, it sounded to me on first read that they were saying it the inhibitor bound via reductive amination.

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