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Discontinued ProductTyrphostin B52 (Cat. No. 0617) has been withdrawn from sale for commercial reasons.
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Gazit et al (1991) Tyrphostins. 2. Heterocyclic and α-substituted benzylidenemalononitrile tyrophostins as potent inhibitors of EGF receptor and ErbB2/neu tyrosine kinases. J.Med.Chem. 34 1896 PMID: 1676428
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