Staurosporin Mechanism

Andrea LeBlanc mdal at musica.mcgill.ca
Fri Jun 14 05:38:53 EST 1996


In article <Dsu62D.Fru at pfizer.com>, Tim Wachtmann <wachtt at pfizer.com> wrote:

> Can anyone help me with the mechanism of action of staurosporin?
> 
> Thanks, Tim.

Staurosporin is a protein kinase inhibitor which acts on protein kinase C
and a number of other kinases. It is often used to show the specificity of
protein kinase C activation by phorbol esters.
I hope this helps,
Andrea.

-- 
Andrea LeBlanc



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