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Kinase Inhibitors: On the market

Posted by kinasepro on April 8, 2007

Nothing new to see here, but its about time I got around to it. Here are the currently approved small molecule kinase inhibitors, with a few quick facts and links for each. Xcovery’s got what they’re worth.
Tykerb® , Sprycel®, Sutent®, Nexavar®, Tarceva®, Iressa®, and of course Gleevec®.

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2 Responses to “Kinase Inhibitors: On the market”

  1. I am going to kill these guys the next time I see that confounded hinge binding set of atoms. 🙂

  2. Hari said

    Great work since Gleevic invention.

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