molecules of the month

January 2021

For the first installment of Drug Hunter’s “Small Molecules of the Month” series in 2021, we have a Kissei SGLT2 inhibitor whose lead was a metabolite found in mouse urine, a GSK integrin inhibitor that was found to trigger lysosomal degradation, and the first non-sugar OGA inhibitor derived from a Takeda virtual screen. Plenty of interesting reading here to start your year – more details, links, and the PDF download below.

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