DYRK1A, related kinases & human disease conference

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November 22-26

All major physiological phenomena are regulated by protein phosphorylation which is catalysed by protein kinases. Many diseases are associated with abnormal phosphorylation. Consequently, the last four decades have seen considerable efforts in the study of function and regulation of protein kinases in essentially all aspects of biology. In parallel, pharmacological inhibitors of kinases have become a major R&D area for the pharmaceutical industry in its search for new therapies. As of early 2020, 49 kinase inhibitors have reached the pharmaceutical market.

The conference will focus on DYRK1A and related kinases, including structural, regulatory and functional aspects, substrates and interactors, functions at cell and organism levels as well as development and potential therapeutic use of selective pharmacological inhibitors.

Our Senior Vice President Medicinal Chemistry Luc van Hijfte will give a presentation on 'The academia-CRO tandem : The drug discovery engine of the future.' Luc will be there together with our Director of Business Development Nori Morita.

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