Studies and Syntheses of Siderophores, Microbial Iron Chelators, and Analogs as Potential Drug Delivery Agents
Keywords: FepA; FhuA; M avium; alcaligenes denitrificans; alcaligenes xylosoxidans; alteromonas haloplanktis; analogs; antitumor agents; bisucaberin; bordetella; bronchiseptica; membrane receptors; microbial iron chelators; nannocytis exedens; natural sideropphores; neoaurm; pertussis; potential drug delivery agents; rhizobium meliloti; siderophores; smegmatis; synthsese; tuberculosis; vibrio parahaemolyticus; yersiniabactin entercolitica
Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: 01 February 2000
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