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Merging the potential of microbial genetics with biological and chemical diversity: an even brighter future for marine natural product drug discovery

Natural Product Reports

Mar 25, 2004

Christine E SalomonDavid H Sherman

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Marine invertebrates and a growing number of marine bacteria are the sources of novel, bioactive secondary metabolites. Structurally, many of these compounds appear to be biosynthesized by polyketide synthases (PKS) and/or nonribosomal peptide synthetases (NRPS) that have also been foun...read more

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Polyketide synthase
Science of Microbial Genetics
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Citrullinemia
4-O-demethylbarbamide
Macrolides
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Enterocin
Naphthazarins
Thiazoles
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Merging the potential of microbial genetics with biological and chemical diversity: an even brighter future for marine natural product drug discovery

Natural Product Reports

Mar 25, 2004

Christine E SalomonDavid H Sherman

PMID: 15039838

DOI: 10.1039/b301384g

Abstract

Marine invertebrates and a growing number of marine bacteria are the sources of novel, bioactive secondary metabolites. Structurally, many of these compounds appear to be biosynthesized by polyketide synthases (PKS) and/or nonribosomal peptide synthetases (NRPS) that have also been foun...read more

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Polyketide synthase
Science of Microbial Genetics
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Citrullinemia
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