Isolation and characterization of new phenolic siderophores with antimicrobial properties from Pseudomonas sp. UIAU-6B

Emmanuel T. Oluwabusola, Olusoji O. Adebisi, Fernando Reyes, Kojo S. Acquah, Mercedes De La Cruz, Larry L. Mweetwa, Joy E. Rajakulendran, Digby F. Warner, Deng Hai, Rainer Ebel and Marcel Jaspars

Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2021, 17, 2390–2398.

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HRESIMS profiles and copies of NMR spectra for compounds 17 in CD3OD including the NMR table of 6 and 7 and copies of UV and IR of compounds 15. Phylogenetic tree showing Pseudomonad sp. DNA sequence of the bacterial strain UIAU-6B. Chromatographic profiles of the compounds derivatized with ʟ-FDAA. Photo of Pseudomonad sp. growing on ISP2 an agar plate. Minimum inhibitory concentration of 1–7 for vancomycin-sensitive Enterococcus faecium VS144754 and Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv. Experimental procedure for antimicrobial assays.

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