Circle Pharma Appoints Rajinder Singh, PhD as its Chief Science Officer[...]
Circle Pharma has appointed 2019 Nobel Laureate William G. Kaelin Jr., MD as its lead science advisor and chair of its SAB.[...]
Circle Pharma congratulates 2019 Nobel laureate Dr. Bill Kaelin. Dr. Kaelin advises Circle on its work to develop cyclin inhibitors for cancer., [...]
Circle Pharma Inc. said its first collaboration with Pfizer Inc. has led to the identification of a series of bioavailable macrocyclic peptides capable of acting as potent and cell-permeable modulators of CXCR7. [...]
Circle Pharma Announces Publication in Journal of Medicinal Chemistry of Results from Collaboration with Pfizer Inc.
Results from its collaborative work with Pfizer to develop a potent and orally bioavailable macrocycle modulator have been published [...]
Cyclic peptide natural products and their synthetic mimics have gained prominence as potential sources of next‐generation therapeutics and biological probes. The size and structural complexity of these compounds sets them apart from common synthetic drugs.
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The chemokine receptor CXCR7 is an attractive target for a variety of diseases. While several small molecule modulators of CXCR7 have been reported, peptidic macrocycles may provide advantages in terms of potency, selectivity, and reduced off-target activity.
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