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Wyeth’s IKK candidate

Posted by kinasepro on October 23, 2008

US20080262010: D-glucuronate
US20080262009: acetate
US20080262008: succinate

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Raf… Weird…

Posted by kinasepro on September 23, 2007

Wyeth’s got some new RAF stuff with US20070219186:


data on p19

This one’s got me wondering…

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Who’s in CA?

Posted by kinasepro on February 26, 2007

No, not Canada, A? SF, CA – Here, have a sequal to the Prague entry: This is what you’re missing at YawnFest ’07, err I mean: the MMTC:

Wyeth talks Src/Abl: SKI-606 (American Cyanamid: WO/2000/018740)


Roche talks P38: R1487


And a former Abbot guy is talkinig LCK: A-770041


all great compounds and yadda yadda, just having a hard time seeing anything new here.

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What’s this I hear?

Posted by kinasepro on February 22, 2007

Is that the sweet sound of Kinase-Blogging Whistling in the Wind? Why yes, yes indeed it is.  (link to the original KP entry)

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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.


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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Posted by kinasepro on December 7, 2006

These are Wyeth’s EKB569 analogs which are covalent inhibitors of EGF.
There’s a cystine residue in proximity which adds 1,4 to the butenamide.



US20060270669 Process for making these sorts of things.
US20060270668 Other process for making these sorts of things.

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TPL2 4 Real?

Posted by kinasepro on November 27, 2006

Hey Wyeth, so is TPL2 for real? I see people have been talking up Cot/TPL2/MAP3K8 as another tnf-α inhibiting kinase target, but it seems that nobody else (cept maybe Abbott) seems to have jumped on board yet.

Yes that is a chloride atom there hugging the hinge.


Bioorg Med Chem Lett 2006, 6067
Bioorg Med Chem Lett 2005, 5288
(unrelated Abbott tpl2 series: WO2005110410)

ps. Thanks T.S. for the tip that wipo search feature bears much to be loved.

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Posted by kinasepro on November 4, 2006

Not terribly new, but none-the-less entertaining. This is a divisional application of Wyeth’s 6,6,6 5,6,6 and 6,5,6 tricycles. They are SRC inhibitors, and there’s already a J. Med. Chem.


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