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PRKCi, atypical protein kinase C, inhibitors for hedgehog dependent cancers

The Hedgehog pathway is abnormally active in a wide variety of human cancers including basal cell carcinomas (BCCs), and medulloblastomas. First generation pathway inhibitors target the G protein coupled receptor Smo, but tumors can develop activating Smo...
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Asymmetric Molybdenum Catalyzed Alkylations

Interest in molybdenum and tungsten catalyzed allylic alkylations stems from the complementary regioselectivity compared to palladium. Cinnamyl systems represent a particularly challenging case because of the overwhelming bias for attack at the less subst...
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