Journal article

Computationally designed high specificity inhibitors delineate the roles of BCL2 family proteins in cancer

Stephanie Berger, Erik Procko, Daciana Margineantu, Erinna F Lee, Betty W Shen, Alex Zelter, Daniel-Adriano Silva, Kusum Chawla, Marco J Herold, Jean-Marc Gamier, Richard Johnson, Michael J MacCoss, Guillaume Lessene, Trisha N Davis, Patrick S Stayton, Barry L Stoddard, W Douglas Fairlie, David M Hockenbery, David Baker

eLife | ELIFE SCIENCES PUBLICATIONS LTD | Published : 2016

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Funding Acknowledgements

National Institutes of Health P41GM103533 Stephanie Berger Erik Procko David BakerDefense Threat Reduction Agency HDTRA1-10-0040 Stephanie Berger Erik Procko David BakerHoward Hughes Medical Institute HHMI-027779 Stephanie Berger Erik Procko David BakerNational Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program Stephanie BergerWorldwide Cancer Research 15-0025 Erinna F Lee W Douglas FairlieCancer Council Victoria 1057949 Erinna F Lee W Douglas FairliePew Charitable Trusts Daniel-Adriano SilvaConsejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia Daniel-Adriano SilvaNational Health and Medical Research Council 1024620 Erinna F LeeAustralian Research Council FT150100212 Erinna F LeeNational Institutes of Health R01 GM115545 Betty W Shen Barry L StoddardNational Institutes of Health R01 CA158921-04 Daciana Margineantu David M HockenberyVictorian Government, Australia Operational Infrastructure Support Program Erinna F Lee W Douglas FairlieThe funders had no role in study design, data collection and interpretation, or the decision to submit the work for publication.