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Sandaracinus amylolyticus gen. nov., sp. nov., a starch-degrading soil myxobacterium, and description of Sandaracinaceae fam. nov.
A novel starch-degrading myxobacterium designated NOSO-4(T) (new organism of the Sorangiineae strain 4) was isolated in 1995 from a soil sample containing plant residues, collected in Lucknow, UttarExpand
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Aetheramides A and B, potent HIV-inhibitory depsipeptides from a myxobacterium of the new genus "Aetherobacter".
Aetheramides are structurally distinctive cyclic peptides isolated from a novel myxobacterial genus proposed to be termed "Aetherobacter". The structures were solved by a combination of NMR analyses,Expand
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Fatty acid-related phylogeny of myxobacteria as an approach to discover polyunsaturated omega-3/6 Fatty acids.
In an analysis of 47 aerobic myxobacterial strains, representing 19 genera in suborders Cystobacterineae, Nannocystineae, Sorangiineae, and a novel isolate, "Aetherobacter" SBSr008, an enormouslyExpand
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Phaselicystis flava gen. nov., sp. nov., an arachidonic acid-containing soil myxobacterium, and the description of Phaselicystidaceae fam. nov.
A bacterial strain designated SBKo001(T) was isolated from a forest soil sample from Mt Makiling in Laguna, Philippines. It shows the general characteristics associated with myxobacteria, such asExpand
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Chapter 3. Discovering natural products from myxobacteria with emphasis on rare producer strains in combination with improved analytical methods.
Myxobacteria produce a range of structurally novel natural products which exhibit unusual or unique modes of action, attracting significant interest from both the academic and drug discoveryExpand
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Efficient mining of myxobacterial metabolite profiles enabled by liquid chromatography-electrospray ionisation-time-of-flight mass spectrometry and compound-based principal component analysis.
Bacteria producing secondary metabolites are an important source of natural products with highly diverse structures and biological activities. Developing methods to efficiently mine procaryoticExpand
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Correlating chemical diversity with taxonomic distance for discovery of natural products in myxobacteria
Some bacterial clades are important sources of novel bioactive natural products. Estimating the magnitude of chemical diversity available from such a resource is complicated by issues includingExpand
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Minicystis rosea gen. nov., sp. nov., a polyunsaturated fatty acid-rich and steroid-producing soil myxobacterium.
A bacterial strain designated SBNa008(T) was isolated from a Philippine soil sample. It exhibited the general characteristics associated with myxobacteria, such as swarming of Gram-negativeExpand
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Metabolic and Biosynthetic Diversity in Marine Myxobacteria
Prior to 2005, the vast majority of characterized myxobacteria were obtained from terrestrial habitats. Since then, several species of halotolerant and even obligate marine myxobacteria have beenExpand
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Solving the Puzzle of One-Carbon Loss in Ripostatin Biosynthesis.
Ripostatin is a promising antibiotic that inhibits RNA polymerase by binding to a novel binding site. In this study, the characterization of the biosynthetic gene cluster of ripostatin, which is aExpand
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