Issue Date: January 24, 2011
Ronald Breslow Award For Achievement In Biomimetic Chemistry
Kevan M. Shokat can’t get enough of kinases. After spending more than 15 years developing powerful chemical tools to probe the identity and function of dozens of these phosphate-transferring enzymes, the University of California, San Francisco, chemical biologist admits he doesn’t see a way out anytime soon. “There are still some 400 kinases left to go.”
Shokat, currently professor and chair of UC San Francisco’s department of cellular and molecular pharmacology as well as an . . .
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