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TargetSerine/threonine-protein kinase Chk1
LigandBDBM15271
Substrate/CompetitorCdc25C peptide substrate
Meas. Tech.Chk1 Enzymatic Assay
IC50 2±n/a nM
Citation Tao, ZFWang, LStewart, KDChen, ZGu, WBui, MHMerta, PZhang, HKovar, PJohnson, EPark, CJudge, RRosenberg, SSowin, TLin, NH Structure-based design, synthesis, and biological evaluation of potent and selective macrocyclic checkpoint kinase 1 inhibitors. J Med Chem50:1514-27 (2007) [PubMed]  Article
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Serine/threonine-protein kinase Chk1
Name:Serine/threonine-protein kinase Chk1/2
Synonyms:CHK1 checkpoint homolog | Checkpoint kinase-1 (CHK1) | Serine/threonine-protein kinase Chk1
Type:Enzyme Catalytic Domain
Mol. Mass.:54443.02
Organism:Homo sapiens (Human)
Description:gi_166295192
Residue:476
Sequence:
MAVPFVEDWDLVQTLGEGAYGEVQLAVNRVTEEAVAVKIVDMKRAVDCPENIKKEICINK
MLNHENVVKFYGHRREGNIQYLFLEYCSGGELFDRIEPDIGMPEPDAQRFFHQLMAGVVY
LHGIGITHRDIKPENLLLDERDNLKISDFGLATVFRYNNRERLLNKMCGTLPYVAPELLK
RREFHAEPVDVWSCGIVLTAMLAGELPWDQPSDSCQEYSDWKEKKTYLNPWKKIDSAPLA
LLHKILVENPSARITIPDIKKDRWYNKPLKKGAKRPRVTSGGVSESPSGFSKHIQSNLDF
SPVNSASSEENVKYSSSQPEPRTGLSLWDTSPSYIDKLVQGISFSQPTCPDHMLLNSQLL
GTPGSSQNPWQRLVKRMTRFFTKLDADKSYQCLKETCEKLGYQWKKSCMNQVTISTTDRR
NNKLIFKVNLLEMDDKILVDFRLSKGDGLEFKRHFLKIKGKLIDIVSSQKIWLPAT
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BDBM15271
NameBDBM15271
Synonyms:7-chloro-8-[(2-hydroxyethyl)amino]-3-oxo-11,17-dioxa-2,4,20,22-tetraazatricyclo[16.3.1.0^{5,10}]docosa-1(21),5(10),6,8,18(22),19-hexaene-19-carbonitrile | macrocyclic inhibitor 17d
TypeSmall organic molecule
Emp. Form.C19H21ClN6O4
Mol. Mass.432.861
SMILESOCCNc1cc2OCCCCCOc3nc(NC(=O)Nc2cc1Cl)cnc3C#N
Structure
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Cdc25C peptide substrate
Name:Cdc25C peptide substrate
Synonyms:n/a
Type:Peptide
Mol. Mass.:2519.88
Organism:n/a
Description:Cdc25c peptide substrate contained a sequence of amino acid residues 204-225 of human phosphatase Cdc25C.
Residue:22
Sequence:
AKVSRSGLYRSPSMPENLNRPR