ergothioneine biosynthetic process
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Biosynthesis of N‐α‐trimethyl‐2‐thiohistidine (ergothioneine) is a frequent trait in cyanobacteria. This sulfur compound may… Expand EgtB is a nonheme iron enzyme catalyzing the C-S bond formation between γ-glutamyl cysteine (γGC) and N-α-trimethyl histidine… Expand Ergothioneine (EGT; 2-mercaptohistidine trimethylbetaine) is a trimethylated and sulphurised histidine derivative which exhibits… Expand The non-heme iron enzyme EgtB catalyzes O2 -dependent C-S bond formation between γ-glutamyl cysteine and N-α-trimethyl histidine… Expand Ergothioneine is a histidine thio-derivative isolated in 1909. In ergothioneine biosynthesis, the combination of a mononuclear… Expand Ergothioneine is a small, sulfur-containing metabolite (229 Da) synthesized by various species of bacteria and fungi, which can… Expand Ergothioneine is a histidine-derived thiol of bacterial and fungal origin that has also been isolated from animal and human… Expand Genghof, Dorothy S. (Yeshiva University, New York, N.Y.), and Olga Van Damme. Biosynthesis of ergothioneine and hercynine by… Expand Ergothioneine can be synthesized by the mold, Neurospora crassa, from the amino acids, histidine, methionine, and cysteine (1… Expand