A new GNAT in bacterial signaling?


Acyl-amino acids were discovered in the search for novel therapeutic agents produced by uncultured microorganisms. In this issue of Structure, Van Wagoner and Clardy (2006) find that the N-acyl-amino acid synthase FeeM bound to acyl-tyrosine is the latest member of the GCN5-related N-acyltransferase superfamily. 


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@article{Churchill2006ANG, title={A new GNAT in bacterial signaling?}, author={Mair E A Churchill}, journal={Structure}, year={2006}, volume={14 9}, pages={1342-4} }