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Editorial Board Chairs: Antonello Mai, Rainer Metternich. Assoc. Editors: David Peralta, Scott Williams (Sr)

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Associated Title(s): Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Chemistry - A European Journal, Chemistry – An Asian Journal, ChemBioChem, Medicinal Research Reviews, Molecular Informatics

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August 25, 2016

VIP: BAY-876: The First Highly Selective GLUT1 Inhibitor

VIP: BAY-876: The First Highly Selective GLUT1 InhibitorAuthors: Holger Siebeneicher, Arwed Cleve, Hartmut Rehwinkel, Roland Neuhaus, Iring Heisler, Thomas Müller, Marcus Bauser, and Bernd Buchmann*

Using a combination of high-throughput screening and structural modification of initial hits, a collaborative research effort at Bayer AG, Drug Discovery, led to quinoline carboxamides as highly potent, reversible, and competitive inhibitors of the glucose transporter GLUT1, with selectivity factors of >100 against GLUT2, GLUT3, and GLUT4. Read more...

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