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NI 42 is a high affinity BRPF inhibitor (Kd values are 40, 210 and 943 nM for BRPF1B, 2 and 3, respectively). Also exhibits modest activity at BRD9 (Kd = 1130 nM). Exhibits selectivity for BRPF over 44 other bromodomains. Orally bioavailable.
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Igoe et al (2017) Design of a biased potent small molecule inhibitor of the bromodomain and PHD finger-containing (BRPF) proteins suitable for cellular and in vivo studies. J.Med.Chem PMID: 28068087
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