Structure of victorin C, the major host-selective toxin fromCochliobolus victoriae

@article{Wolpert2005StructureOV,
  title={Structure of victorin C, the major host-selective toxin fromCochliobolus victoriae},
  author={Thomas J. Wolpert and Vladim{\'i}r Macko and William T Acklin and Bernhard Jaun and J. Seibl and J. Meili and Duilio Arigoni},
  journal={Experientia},
  year={2005},
  volume={41},
  pages={1524-1529}
}
The predominant host-selective toxin fromCochliobolus victoriae, victorin C, is a peptide with an apparent mol. wt of 796, representing a cyclic array of the subunits1–6. The structure of the toxin has now been established as in16 through analysis of the degradation products generated by enzymic and non-enzymic partial hydrolysis. The presence of a hydrated aldehydo group requires for victorin C the composition C31H45O13N6Cl3 with an amended mol. wt of 814, for which independent experimental… CONTINUE READING

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