Multi-kinase inhibitors can associate with heat shock proteins through their NH2-termini by which they suppress chaperone function

Laurence Booth, Brian Shuch, Thomas Albers, Jane L. Roberts, Mehrad Tavallai, Stefan Proniuk, Alexander Zukiwski, Dasheng Wang, Ching Shih Chen, Don Bottaro, Heath Ecroyd, Iryna O. Lebedyeva, Paul Dent

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