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Wyeth gets Jak’d up!

Posted by kinasepro on December 30, 2006

via Jak3 but of course – in an underanounced deal with Pharmacopeia:

…Wyeth will pay Pharmacopeia $5 million initially, as much as $9 million of research funding over the next three years, and as much as $175 million for reaching certain goals with the JAK3 kinase inhibitor drug.

While it’s likely they have a few which haven’t published yet, WO/2006/108103 is the most recent PCOP Jak3 application.

O=C1NC2=C(N=C(N3C4=CC(F)=CC=C4N=C3)N=C2)N1[C@H]5CCC(C6=C5C=CC=C6)=O

They’ve been at this stuff for a while – I reckon since WO/2001/047921 and have a recent Tet Lett on a related series. Check 2HK5 for a clue on how they bind.

>> update 1/25/07 >> US20070021443 Jak3 Pharmacopeia patent application

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