Today Research has shown that protein kinases can cause the formation and spread of cancer when they transmit faulty signals inside cells. Because of this fact, pharma-ceutical scientists have targeted kinases enzyme for exclusive study, and have been working to develop medicinal road blocks to sever their malignant means of communication. Complete with full-color presentations, Targeting Protein Kinases for Cancer therapy defines the structural features of protein kinases and examines their cellular functions. Combining kinase biology with chemistry, bioinformatics and pharmacology applications, this monograph enlists emerging data to drive the discovery of new cancer-fighting drugs. This book also enlighten the information about the designing the particular protein and how this can be done in the dry lab using some of the software available in our finger tips and this type of work is very useful to students and doctors which are working in the area of protein.