Linking peptide and polyketide biosynthesis.

@article{Kleinkauf1995LinkingPA,
  title={Linking peptide and polyketide biosynthesis.},
  author={H. Kleinkauf and H. von D{\"o}hren},
  journal={The Journal of antibiotics},
  year={1995},
  volume={48 7},
  pages={
          563-7
        }
}
organic chemist, natural chemistry within living organisms operates with protein catalysts. These catalysts assemble the reactants and perform their tasks in general in neutral aqueous media at ambient temperatures. To perform the synthesis of a complex metabolite, the proteins mayhave to interact in various ways. The most simple is the reversible interaction of a set of proteins. More often, and especially in the formation of complex peptides, a covalent assembly ofenzymes has been found… Expand
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