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Worlds first Kinase Podcast?

Posted by kinasepro on December 16, 2006

Michael Morrissey of Exelixis’ fame is talking Kinases and drug discovery on Thursday’s GenCast. Its not terribly exciting, but they are eliciting feedback over here.

hat tip: Xcovery for turning me on the show.

>> update: XL-880, the c-Met inhibitor he talks about likely comes from one of three pct’s: WO2006108059, WO2006014325, WO2005030140

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Was the structure divulged in Prague?

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One Response to “Worlds first Kinase Podcast?”

  1. I can’t remember what the Pfizer c-Met compound looks like, but it seems like every day in kinase land is deja vu all over again.

    c-Met? Aurora??

    Liked the bit in the podcast where he brags about the size of their collection of 4.x million compounds

    “Never mind the quality, feel the width!”

    Betcha ten bucks you actually have 8 million, if you include all the crud in there you got when you burned all your compounds in the GeneVac.

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