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  • Also, the kinase inhibitor kenpaullone was found to replace Klf4 [63], although the underlying mechanism is unknown at present.

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  • The screening process identified two tiny molecules, kenpaullone and roscovitine, which only weakly bind to hPXR but strongly activate its signaling pathway.

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  • The screening process identified two tiny molecules, kenpaullone and roscovitine, which only weakly bind to hPXR but strongly activate its signaling pathway.

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  • Chen's team found that in addition to this weak binding to hPXR, kenpaullone and roscovitine can inhibit a group of enzymes known as cyclin-dependent kinases (Cdks).

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  • Chen's team found that in addition to this weak binding to hPXR, kenpaullone and roscovitine can inhibit a group of enzymes known as cyclin-dependent kinases (Cdks).

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  • Chen's team found that in addition to this weak binding to hPXR, kenpaullone and roscovitine can inhibit a group of enzymes known as cyclin-dependent kinases (Cdks).

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  • Chen's team found that in addition to this weak binding to hPXR, kenpaullone and roscovitine can inhibit a group of enzymes known as cyclin-dependent kinases (Cdks).

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  • The screening process identified two tiny molecules, kenpaullone and roscovitine, which only weakly bind to hPXR but strongly activate its signaling pathway.

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  • The screening process identified two tiny molecules, kenpaullone and roscovitine, which only weakly bind to hPXR but strongly activate its signaling pathway.

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  • The screening process identified two tiny molecules, kenpaullone and roscovitine, which only weakly bind to hPXR but strongly activate its signaling pathway.

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