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Overexpression of the transcriptional coregulators C-terminal binding proteins 1 and 2 (CtBP1 and 2) occurs in many human solid tumors and is associated with poor prognosis. CtBP modulates oncogenic… Expand
The application of continuous methods in the synthesis of active pharmaceutical ingredients continues to receive significant attention in the academic as well as the industrial research communities.… Expand
C-terminal Binding Protein (CtBP) is a transcriptional co-regulator that downregulates the expression of many tumor-suppressor genes. Utilizing a crystal structure of CtBP with its substrate… Expand
N-Chelation-directed C-H activation reactions that utilize the Pd(II)/Pd(IV) catalytic cycle have been previously reported. To date, these reactions employ only homogeneous palladium catalysts. The… Expand
The pyranonaphthoquinone (PNQ) lactone natural products, including 7-deoxykalafungin, have been reported to be potent and selective covalent inhibitors of AKT kinase. In this work we seek to identify… Expand
The design and development of irreversible kinase inhibitors is an expanding frontier of kinase drug discovery. The current approach to develop these inhibitors utilizes ATP-competitive inhibitor… Expand
Chelation-directed C-H activation/C-C bond forming reactions utilizing homogeneous palladium(ii) and the Pd(ii)/Pd(iv) catalytic cycle have been previously reported. Here we report the first use of a… Expand
C-terminal binding proteins (CtBP1/2) are oncogenic transcriptional coregulators and dehydrogenases often overexpressed in multiple solid tumors, including breast, colon, and ovarian cancer, and… Expand
The title catalyst efficiently promotes C—H activation reactions to allow the transformation of C—H to C—O, C—Cl, and C—Br bonds.