Models for the bacterial iron-transport chelate enterochelin

@article{Anderson1976ModelsFT,
  title={Models for the bacterial iron-transport chelate enterochelin},
  author={Bryan F. Anderson and David A. Buckingham and Glen B. Robertson and John Webb and Keith S. Murray and Paul E. Clark},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1976},
  volume={262},
  pages={722-724}
}
MICROBIAL iron-transport compounds, or siderochromes are of two general structural types, the phenolates and the hydroxa-mates1,2. X-ray studies of several of the latter, for example, ferrichrome A (ref. 3), ferrioxamine E (ref. 4) and myco-bactin P (ref. 5), establish the anion of hydroxamic acid (−N(O−)CO−) as the dominant metal-binding moiety, with discrete, neutral [FeO6] (refs 3 and 4) or [FeO5N] (ref. 5) units being involved. No similar structural data are at present available, however… 
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