Inhibitors with a new mechanism of action are needed for 20S proteasome (CP) inhibition owing to the ineffectiveness of current market drugs against some types of solid tumors. A novel class of nonpeptidic CP inhibitors has been developed, which display reversible and noncovalent binding. The structure-based design of these highly active and site-specific inhibitors revealed unexplored binding subpockets.
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