Self-assembling amphiphilic siderophores from marine bacteria.

@article{Martinez2000SelfassemblingAS,
  title={Self-assembling amphiphilic siderophores from marine bacteria.},
  author={Jennifer S. Martinez and G P Zhang and Pamela D. Holt and Hyungil Jung and Carl J Carrano and Margo G. Haygood and Alison Butler},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={287 5456},
  pages={1245-7}
}
Most aerobic bacteria secrete siderophores to facilitate iron acquisition. Two families of siderophores were isolated from strains belonging to two different genera of marine bacteria. The aquachelins, from Halomonas aquamarina strain DS40M3, and the marinobactins, from Marinobacter sp. strains DS40M6 and DS40M8, each contain a unique peptidic head group that coordinates iron(III) and an appendage of one of a series of fatty acid moieties. These siderophores have low critical micelle… CONTINUE READING

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