Biophysical and Structural Biology Methods Enable Fragment-based Covalent Ligand Discovery of Human BTK

Drug Discovery Chemistry Conference 2023

Powerful biophysical and structural biology tools enable the study of large numbers of covalent fragments and are opening up new possibilities in the treatment of various diseases. Here, Dr. Moran Jerabek-Willemsen, Head of Biophysics & Screening in WuXi Biology reports the results of a covalent FBDD project on Bruton’s Tyrosine Kinase (BTK) and shows how orthogonal biophysical and structural methods enable rapid identification, characterization, and optimization of covalent fragments.

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