Synthesis, nature and utility of universal iron chelator - Siderophore: A review.

@article{Khan2018SynthesisNA,
  title={Synthesis, nature and utility of universal iron chelator - Siderophore: A review.},
  author={Azmi Khan and Pratika Singh and Amrita Srivastava},
  journal={Microbiological research},
  year={2018},
  volume={212-213},
  pages={
          103-111
        }
}
Siderophores, the secondary metabolite of various microorganisms are ferric ion specific chelators secreted under iron stressed condition. These non-ribosomal peptides have been classified as catecholate, hydroxamate, carboxylate and mixed types. Recent studies focus on discovery of possible mammalian siderophores. The biosynthesis pathway including non-ribosomal dependent as well as non-ribosomal independent pathways are of great interest now a days. Many significant roles of siderophores such… Expand
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