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XMD 8-87 is a potent Ack1/TNK2 inhibitor (IC50 = 38 and 113 nM in Ba/F3 cell lines containing leukemia-associated D163E and R806Q mutations respectively). Blocks phosphorylation of TNK2 receptors containing solid-tumor type truncation mutations.
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Maxson et al (2015) Identification and characterization of tyrosine kinase nonreceptor 2 mutations in leukemia through integration of kinase inhibitor screening and genomic analysis. Cancer.Res. 76 127 PMID: 26677978
Maxson et al (2014) Development and repurposing of small-molecule kinase inhibitors to target novel leukemogenic TNK2 mutations Blood 124 435
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