Just this Monday, an article featuring Chemspace for synthetic support became available on the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry website.
The authors of the work identified potent biochemical and cell-active lead compounds for understudied kinases like DRAK1, BMP2K, and MARK3/4. The research was based on an aminopyrimidine analogs library, prepared by the team.
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