Identification of a Series of Tricyclic Natural Products as Potent Broad-Spectrum Inhibitors of Metallo-β-Lactamases

@article{Payne2002IdentificationOA,
  title={Identification of a Series of Tricyclic Natural Products as Potent Broad-Spectrum Inhibitors of Metallo-$\beta$-Lactamases},
  author={David J. Payne and Juan A. Hueso-Rodr{\'i}guez and Helen F. Boyd and Nestor O. Concha and Cheryl A. Janson and Martin Gilpin and John H. Bateson and Christy Cheever and Nancy Niconovich and Stewart C. Pearson and Stephen F. Rittenhouse and David Tew and Emilio D{\'i}ez and Paloma P{\'e}rez and Jes{\'u}s Angel de la Fuente and Mike Rees and Alfonso Rivera-Sagredo},
  journal={Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy},
  year={2002},
  volume={46},
  pages={1880 - 1886}
}
ABSTRACT This work describes the discovery and characterization of a novel series of tricyclic natural product-derived metallo-β-lactamase inhibitors. Natural product screening of the Bacillus cereus II enzyme identified an extract from a strain of Chaetomium funicola with inhibitory activity against metallo-β-lactamases. SB236050, SB238569, and SB236049 were successfully extracted and purified from this extract. The most active of these compounds was SB238569, which possessed Ki values of 79… 
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