Identification of Novel Inhibitors that Disrupt STAT3–DNA Interaction from a γ-AApeptide OBOC Combinatorial Library
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From a γ-AApeptide-based one-bead-one-compound (OBOC) combinatorial library, we identified γ-AApeptides that can selectively inhibit STAT3–DNA interaction and suppress the expression levels of STAT3 target genes in intact cells. Our results demonstrate that in addition to the SH2 domain, the DNA binding domain of STAT3 is targetable for the development of a new generation of anti-cancer therapeutics.
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Chemical Communication, v. 50, p. 8739-8742
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Teng, Peng; Zhang, Xiaolei; Wu, Haifan; Qiao, Qiao; Sebti, Said M.; and Cai, Jianfeng, "Identification of Novel Inhibitors that Disrupt STAT3–DNA Interaction from a γ-AApeptide OBOC Combinatorial Library" (2014). Chemistry Faculty Publications. 158.