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Abstract Aspirin has been a commercial drug for over a century, although for most of this history, an understanding of its mechanism of action, as an inhibitor of cyclooxygenase (COX) activity and thus of prostanoid synthesis, was lacking. Over the past fifty years, a large number of other...
Abstract Over the past five years, fragment-based ligand discovery has come of age. A number of compounds that evolved from fragments have entered the clinic, and the approach is increasingly accepted as an additional route to identifying new hit compounds in pharmaceutical discovery and...
Abstract The recently completed Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial (SELECT) was one of the largest human cancer prevention trials ever undertaken. Its purpose was to assess the role of selenium and vitamin E in prostate cancer prevention, but SELECT found no decline in prostate...
Abstract Glycopeptides are a class of molecules that comprise two distinct families of biologically important scaffolds, peptides and oligosaccharides, each playing important roles in cellular communication and signaling. Rarely are small, endogenous secreted glycopeptides found that have...
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