Poly-publications on the polypharmacology of kinase/bromodomains dual inhibitors

When you consider how vast the chemical space is and how restricted the topology and chemical environment of a specific pocket in a protein is, it’s quite surprising we can find molecules that the protein was not evolved to bind that can nonetheless bind and inhibit it potently. It is therefore even more surprising when a single molecule can potently hit two completely unrelated (by sequence, by structure and by function) proteins. Thus, when two independent groups publish such dual kinase/bromodomain inhibitors a week a part from each other, the mind reels.


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