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Prolexys Pharmaceuticals Initiates Phase 1 Study

...Patients SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- prolexys Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced that its fir...nalog of a compound called erastin, in-licensed by prolexys from the MIT/ Whitehead Institute in January 2005....6, 2003). Extensive medicinal chemistry efforts at prolexys resulted in the discovery of PRLX 93936, a small m...

Prolexys Pharmaceuticals and Columbia University Researchers Publish Study on Anti-Tumor Properties of a Selective Small Molecule Anti-Tumor Agent With Novel Mechanism of Action

...elective small molecule anti-tumor agent, erastin. prolexys and Columbia applied the company's chemi-proteomic...t of , and the Whitehead Institute, which provides prolexys with exclusive, worldwide rights to a patent estat...a novel cell death pathway," said Dr. Stockwell. prolexys launched a medicinal chemistry effort in 2005 to c...
Prolexys in Biological News

Researchers develop new method to help find deadly malaria parasite's Achilles heel

...h one another, modified his technique and added special culture conditions to enable his group to study Plasmodium. Fields's team and collaborators at prolexys Pharmaceuticals of Salt Lake City, UT, discovered 2,846 interactions involving 1,312 Plasmodium falciparum proteins. The team provided data on those i...
Prolexys in Biological Technology

Proteomics Study Reveals That Genes Involved in Invertebrate Longevity Have Surprising Parallels in Humans.

... SALT LAKE CITY, March 13 /PRNewswire/ -- prolexys Pharmaceuticals announced today the publication of.... Sudhir Sahasrabudhe, Chief Scientific Officer of prolexys Pharmaceuticals. "This establishes a similari...rt Hughes, lead author of the study. About prolexys Pharmaceuticals, Inc.: ...
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