Jane Müller

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BACKGROUND Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT) is the most common inherited peripheral neuropathy. CMT type 1A is associated with a 1.5-megabase DNA duplication in region p11.2-p12 of chromosome 17 in most patients. An increased dosage of a gene within the duplicated segment appears to cause the disease. The PMP22 gene, which encodes a myelin protein, has(More)
New beauvericins have been synthesized using the nonribosomal peptide synthetase BbBEAS from the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana. Chemical diversity was generated by in vitro chemoenzymatic and in vivo whole cell biocatalytic syntheses using either a B. bassiana mutant or an E. coli strain expressing the bbBeas gene.
The nonribosomal peptide synthetase PF1022-synthetase (PFSYN) synthesises the cyclooctadepsipeptide PF1022 from the building blocks D-lactate, D-phenyllactate and N-methylleucine. The substrate tolerance of PFSYN for hydroxy acids was probed by in vitro screening of a set of aliphatic and aromatic alpha-D-hydroxy acids with various structural modifications(More)
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