Finding the perfect partner: Molecular matchmaking in the kinase world

8 November 2017 18:00-20:30, London, United Kingdom


Introduction
Lecture synopsis
The Kinase family of enzymes catalyse the phosphorylation of proteins within cells allowing signal transduction from cell-surface receptors to the transcriptional apparatus in the nucleus. Their involvement in a cell’s survival and its responses to environmental challenges provides many opportunities for disease intervention. The challenge has been to obtain selective inhibitors of each kinase in order to tease out their role in signalling and disease pathogenesis or propagation. This lecture will provide an overview and illustrations of strategies that have been adopted to obtain such selective inhibitors.

Speaker

Dr Stephen Young, Vice-President of Business Development, Sygnature Discovery https://www.sygnaturediscovery.com/managementteam/steve-young/

Location

Marks & Clerk
90 Long Acre
London
WC2E 9RA 

The closest LT Underground Station is Covent Garden.
Marks and Clerk, 90 Long Acre, is about 200 metres from the station.

Delegate Fees
This event is free, but due to limited space, advance booking is required.
Students of all ages are particularly encouraged to attend, but any under 16 years old should be accompanied by an adult.

 
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Marks & Clerk
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Marks & Clerk

Marks & Clerk , 90 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9RA , United Kingdom

Organised by
The London Regional Group, Society of Chemical Industry
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