Targeting the MKK7–JNK (Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Kinase 7–c-Jun N‑Terminal Kinase) Pathway with Covalent Inhibitors
datasetposted on 15.02.2019, 00:00 by Patrik Wolle, Julia Hardick, Shane J. F. Cronin, Julian Engel, Matthias Baumann, Jonas Lategahn, Josef M. Penninger, Daniel Rauh
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The protein kinase MKK7 is linked to neuronal development and the onset of cancer. The field, however, lacks high-quality functional probes that would allow for the dissection of its detailed functions. Against this background, we describe an effective covalent inhibitor of MKK7 based on the pyrazolopyrimidine scaffold.