More Information »Kinesin superfamily proteins (KIFs) are motor proteins that convert chemical energy into mechanical force, typically by hydrolysis of ATP. They act upon microtubules to move vesicles and organelles from the cell centre to the periphery and cause the beating of flagella and cilia.
Product Name / Activity
|4676||ARRY 520 trifluoroacetate|
|Potent and selective kinesin spindle protein (KSP) inhibitor; induces Mcl-1 degradation|
|ATP non-competitive kinesin Eg5 inhibitor|
|Selective and ATP-competitive Kif18A inhibitor|
|Inhibitor of mitotic motor kinesin Eg5|
|Selective ATP-uncompetitive mitotic kinesin Eg5 inhibitor|
|Selective inhibitor of mitotic kinesin Eg5|
|Reversible inhibitor of MKLP-2|
|5109||SB 743921 hydrochloride|
|Potent kinesin spindle protein (KSP) inhibitor|
|Potent, selective inhibitor of mitotic kinesin Eg5|
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