The kinase chemogenomic set (KCGS): An open science resource for kinase vulnerability identification

Carrow I. Wells, Hassan Al-Ali, David M. Andrews, Christopher R.M. Asquith, Alison D. Axtman, Ivan Dikic, Daniel Ebner, Peter Ettmayer, Christian Fischer, Mathias Frederiksen, Robert E. Futrell, Nathanael S. Gray, Stephanie B. Hatch, Stefan Knapp, Ulrich Lücking, Michael Michaelides, Caitlin E. Mills, Susanne Müller, Dafydd Owen, Alfredo PicadoKumar S. Saikatendu, Martin Schröder, Alexandra Stolz, Mariana Tellechea, Brandon J. Turunen, Santiago Vilar, Jinhua Wang, William J. Zuercher, Timothy M. Willson, David H. Drewry

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