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Confluence develops kinase inhibitors to treat inflammatory and immunological disorders and cancer.
The receptor, tyrosine kinase-like orphan receptor or ROR1, is the target of a drug now being tested by Cohen’s colleague Dr. Thomas Kipps in patients with relapsed or refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
The company’s orally available drug, called PMD-026 inactivates a kinase, an enzyme called RSK.
Gleevec, known generically as imatinib, and Sutent, known generically as sunitinib, interfere with an enzyme called tyrosine kinase.
Hunter is famous for discovering a class of enzymes called tyrosine kinases that perform tyrosine phosphorylation.
Drugs called kinase inhibitors work by changing cellular function to fight itchiness.
Cunningham and her postdoc at the time, Christine Kirvan, found that the antibodies literally bind to human neurons, activating an enzyme called calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein (CaM) kinase II.
These proteins, called receptor-like kinases, or RLKs, contain a sensory area outside the cell membrane that attaches to molecules in the environment.
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Origin and Etymology of kinase
First Known Use: 1947See Words from the same year
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