HaloPROTACS: Use of Small Molecule PROTACs to Induce Degradation of HaloTag Fusion Proteins.

@article{Buckley2015HaloPROTACSUO,
  title={HaloPROTACS: Use of Small Molecule PROTACs to Induce Degradation of HaloTag Fusion Proteins.},
  author={Dennis L. Buckley and Kanak Raina and Nicole Darricarr{\`e}re and John L Hines and Jeffrey L Gustafson and Ian E. Smith and Afjal H Miah and John D Harling and Craig M Crews},
  journal={ACS chemical biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={10 8},
  pages={1831-7}
}
Small molecule-induced protein degradation is an attractive strategy for the development of chemical probes. One method for inducing targeted protein degradation involves the use of PROTACs, heterobifunctional molecules that can recruit specific E3 ligases to a desired protein of interest. PROTACs have been successfully used to degrade numerous proteins in cells, but the peptidic E3 ligase ligands used in previous PROTACs have hindered their development into more mature chemical probes or… CONTINUE READING
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