Crystal Structure of Benzamide SNX-1321 bound to Hsp90
Publication Abstract from PubMed
A chemoproteomics-based drug discovery strategy is presented that utilizes a highly parallel screening platform, encompassing more than 1000 targets, with a focused chemical library prior to target selection. This chemoproteomics-based process enables a data-driven selection of both the biological target and chemical hit after the screen is complete. The methodology has been exemplified for the purine binding proteome (proteins utilizing ATP, NAD, FAD). Screening of an 8000 member library yielded over 1500 unique protein-ligand interactions, which included novel hits for the oncology target Hsp90. The approach, which also provides broad target selectivity information, was used to drive the identification of a potent and orally active Hsp90 inhibitor, SNX-5422, which is currently in phase 1 clinical studies.
Application of chemoproteomics to drug discovery: identification of a clinical candidate targeting hsp90.,Fadden P, Huang KH, Veal JM, Steed PM, Barabasz AF, Foley B, Hu M, Partridge JM, Rice J, Scott A, Dubois LG, Freed TA, Silinski MA, Barta TE, Hughes PF, Ommen A, Ma W, Smith ED, Spangenberg AW, Eaves J, Hanson GJ, Hinkley L, Jenks M, Lewis M, Otto J, Pronk GJ, Verleysen K, Haystead TA, Hall SE Chem Biol. 2010 Jul 30;17(7):686-94. PMID:20659681
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