3 article(s) from Abe, Ikuro
The regio- and stereoselectivity in quiannulatene and sesterfisherol biosynthesis are determined by...
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Reaction mechanism of quiannulatene biosynthesis. GFPP: geranylfarnesyl diphosphate, IM: intermedia...
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Reaction mechanisms of sesterfisherol biosynthesis. Sesterfisherol is formed by the hydration of IM...
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Energy diagram and heat map analysis of 5/12/5 tricycle formation (A) IM1–IM4 in quiannulatene bios...
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Energy diagram and heat map analysis of conformational change and hydrogen shift (A) IM4–IM6e in qu...
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Energy diagram and heat map analysis of ring rearrangement (A) IM6e–IM11 in quiannulatene biosynthe...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2019, 15, 1890–1897, doi:10.3762/bjoc.15.184
The reactions of aromatic PTases.
The reactions catalyzed by AmbP1 (A) and AmbP3 (B).
The overall structure of apo-AmbP1 (A), the Mg2+-free structure (B), and the Mg2+-bound structure (...
The active site structure of AmbP1. 1 and GSPP were bound in the active site without Mg2+ (A, Mg2+-...
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The active site structure of AmbP3 with substrates. The AmbP3 structure in complex with hapalindole...
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Multiple amino acid sequence alignment of AmbP1, AmbP3, and other ABBA PTases, visualized by ESPrip...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2019, 15, 1545–1551, doi:10.3762/bjoc.15.157
(A) Schematic representation of pheromone-induced conjugation tube formation for mating in Tremella...
Chemical structures of (A) surfactin A and (B) poly-γ-glutamic acid.
(A) Two types of posttranslational isoprenylations of ComX variants. The modified tryptophan residu...
(A) Schematic representation of the signal transduction cascade of quorum sensing stimulated by the...
Amino acid sequences of ComX from seven Bacillus strains. The sequences of the mature pheromones ar...
Chemical structure of kawaguchipeptin A. Dimethylallylated tryptophan residues are colored blue.
Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2017, 13, 338–346, doi:10.3762/bjoc.13.37
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