A reinvigorated era of bacterial secondary metabolite discovery.

@article{Sidebottom2015ARE,
  title={A reinvigorated era of bacterial secondary metabolite discovery.},
  author={Ashley M Sidebottom and Erin E Carlson},
  journal={Current opinion in chemical biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={24},
  pages={104-11}
}
Secondary metabolite discovery from bacteria has become increasingly successful in the last decade due to the advancement of integrated genetic-based, spectrometric-based and informatics-based techniques. Microbes and their unique metabolic outputs have been widely studied since the beginning of modern medicine; however, it is well known that the current repertoire of secondary metabolites, or more commonly natural products, is incomplete and the understanding of natural product-mediated… CONTINUE READING