1DLZ Antibiotic date Dec 13, 1999
title Solution Structure Of The Channel-Former Zervamicin Iib (Pep Antibiotic)
authors T.A.Balashova, Z.O.Shenkarev, A.A.Tagaev, T.V.Ovchinnikova, J.Ra A.S.Arseniev
compound source
Molecule: Zervamicin Iib
Chain: A
Organism_scientific: Emericellopsis Salmosynnemata
Organism_taxid: 118885
methodSolution NMR
ligand ACE, AIB, DIV, HYP, PHL enzyme
Primary referenceNMR structure of the channel-former zervamicin IIB in isotropic solvents., Balashova TA, Shenkarev ZO, Tagaev AA, Ovchinnikova TV, Raap J, Arseniev AS, FEBS Lett 2000 Jan 28;466(2-3):333-6. PMID:10682854
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