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CK2 Inhibitors - New CK2 Kinase Inhibitors for antineoplastic drugs and diagnostics

19.11.2012
Beside cardiovascular diseases, malignant tumours take

the second place in cause of human death. Neoplastic diseases are indicated by a high cell proliferation. The inhibition of this cell proliferation by an active agent in a medicament is a worldwide accepted approach for

tumour therapy. Protein kinase CK2 belongs together with others to the group of second-messenger independent kinases. Despite of unambiguous references for the involvement of CK2 in malignant transformation, tumour origin and progression, there are only a few effective inhibitors for this enzyme on-hand. This invention provides access to a novel class of potent human CK2 kinase inhibitors. The disclosed compounds can be used as active ingredients e.g. for the treatment of neoplastic diseases. Further, the patent application discloses synthesis of the compounds with optimised product yield.

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