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2. Src-Kinasen als Mediatoren Bcr-Abl-induzierter Leukämien


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3. Allosteric inhibition of BCR-ABL


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4. Signaling through a Novel Domain of gp130 Mediates Cell Proliferation and Activation of Hck and Erk Kinases

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5. Persisting rhinorrhoea and headache as the initial symptom of bilateral carotid artery dissection


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6. Clinical stage EGFR inhibitors irreversibly alkylate Bmx Kinase

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7. Identification of NVP-TAE684, a potent, selective, and efficacious inhibitor of NPM-ALK

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8. Ba/F3 cells and their use in kinase drug discovery.


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9. Discovery of NVP-LDE225, a Potent and Selective Smoothened Antagonist

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10. A Conserved Salt Bridge in the G-Loop of Multiple Protein Kinases is Important for Catalysis and for in Vivo Lyn Function

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