Binding Kinetics Survey of the Drugged Kinome.
Authors of this article are:
Georgi V, Schiele F, Berger BT,, Steffen A, Marin Zapata PA, Briem H, Menz S, Preusse C, Vasta JD, Robers MB, Brands M, Knapp S, Fernández-Montalván A.
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Target residence time is emerging as an important optimization parameter in drug discovery, yet target and off-target engagement dynamics have not been clearly linked to the clinical performance of drugs. Here we developed high-throughput binding kinetics assays to characterize the interactions of 270 protein kinase inhibitors with 40 clinically relevant targets. Analysis of the results revealed that on-rates are better correlated with affinity than off-rates and that the fraction of slowly dissociating drug-target complexes increases from early/preclinical to late stage and FDA-approved compounds, suggesting distinct contributions by each parameter to clinical success. Combining binding parameters with PK/ADME properties, we illustrate in silico and in cells how kinetic selectivity could be exploited as an optimization strategy. Furthermore, using bio- and chemoinformatics we uncovered structural features influencing rate constants. Our results underscore the value of binding kinetics information in rational drug design and provide a resource for future studies on this subject.
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