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Cofactor requirements and reconstitution of microcin B17 synthetase: a multienzyme complex that catalyzes the formation of oxazoles and thiazoles in the antibiotic microcin B17.
Expressed protein ligation to probe regiospecificity of heterocyclization in the peptide antibiotic microcin B17.
Biosynthetic tailoring of microcin E492m: post-translational modification affords an antibacterial siderophore-peptide conjugate.
Posttranslational heterocyclization of cysteine and serine residues in the antibiotic microcin B17: distributivity and directionality.
The antibiotic microcin B17 is a DNA gyrase poison: characterisation of the mode of inhibition.
ATP/GTP hydrolysis is required for oxazole and thiazole biosynthesis in the peptide antibiotic microcin B17.
In vitro characterization of DNA gyrase inhibition by microcin B17 analogs with altered bisheterocyclic sites.
Kinetics and regioselectivity of peptide-to-heterocycle conversions by microcin B17 synthetase.
Maturation of an Escherichia coli ribosomal peptide antibiotic by ATP-consuming N-P bond formation in microcin C7.
How the MccB bacterial ancestor of ubiquitin E1 initiates biosynthesis of the microcin C7 antibiotic.
In vivo processing and antibiotic activity of microcin B17 analogs with varying ring content and altered bisheterocyclic sites.
Investigations of the MceIJ-catalyzed posttranslational modification of the microcin E492 C-terminus: linkage of ribosomal and nonribosomal peptides to form "trojan horse" antibiotics.
Role of the microcin B17 propeptide in substrate recognition: solution structure and mutational analysis of McbA1-26.
Mutational analysis of posttranslational heterocycle biosynthesis in the gyrase inhibitor microcin B17: distance dependence from propeptide and tolerance for substitution in a GSCG cyclizable sequence.