Ribosomally synthesized and post-translationally modified peptide natural products: overview and recommendations for a universal nomenclature.

  title={Ribosomally synthesized and post-translationally modified peptide natural products: overview and recommendations for a universal nomenclature.},
  author={Paul G. Arnison and Mervyn Bibb and Gabriele Bierbaum and Albert A Bowers and Tim S Bugni and Grzegorz Bulaj and Julio A Camarero and Dominic J. Campopiano and Gregory L Challis and Jon Clardy and Paul D Cotter and David J. Craik and Michael Dawson and Elke Dittmann and Stefano Donadio and Pieter C. Dorrestein and Karl-Dieter Entian and Michael A. Fischbach and John S. Garavelli and Ulf G{\"o}ransson and Christian W Gruber and Daniel H. Haft and Thomas K. Hemscheidt and Christian Hertweck and Colin Hill and Alexander R. Horswill and Marcel Jaspars and Wendy L Kelly and Judith P Klinman and Oscar P. Kuipers and Andrew J. Link and Wen Chien Liu and Mohamed A. Marahiel and Douglas A. Mitchell and Gert N. Moll and Bradley S Moore and Rolf M{\"u}ller and Satish K Nair and Ingolf F. Nes and Gillian E. Norris and Baldomero M Olivera and Hiroyasu Onaka and Mark L. Patchett and J{\"o}rn Piel and Martin John Tarsisius Reaney and Sylvie Rebuffat and Reynolds Paul Ross and Hans-Georg Sahl and Eric W Schmidt and Michael E Selsted and Konstantin Severinov and Ben Shen and Kaarina Sivonen and Leif Smith and Torsten Stein and Roderich D S{\"u}ssmuth and John Robert Tagg and Gong-Li Tang and Andrew W Truman and John C Vederas and Christopher T Walsh and Jonathan D. Walton and Silke C Wenzel and Joanne M Willey and Wilfred A. van der Donk},
  journal={Natural product reports},
  volume={30 1},
This review presents recommended nomenclature for the biosynthesis of ribosomally synthesized and post-translationally modified peptides (RiPPs), a rapidly growing class of natural products. The current knowledge regarding the biosynthesis of the >20 distinct compound classes is also reviewed, and commonalities are discussed. 
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