New Insights into Lipidic Secondary Metabolites in Mycobacteria
Keywords: Corynebacterium; FAS system; Glycopeptidolipids; Gram-positive; Mannose Phosphomycoketide; Microbes; Mycobacteria; Mycobacteriaceae; Mycobacterium; Mycobacterium tuberculosis; Mycolate Derivatives; Nocardia, Rhodococcus; Phthiocerol Derivatives; Rhodococcus; Secondary Metabolites; acyl carrier protein; aerobic bacilli; alcohol group; alkyl--hydroxy fatty acids; anomer; antibiotic agents; arabinogalactan-linked; arabinose termini; atypical; biological energy; biosurfactants; carbon chains; catalyzes; chemotherapy; chloroplasts; condensation processes; conjugated; enzymes; ester-linked; eukaryotic type; framework; fungi; galactose/arabinose polysaccharide; granuloma; hydrophobic; hydrophobic cell; immune system; isomers; lipids; mitochondria; mycobacterial infection; mycolic acid; mycolic acids; non-ribosomal peptide; non-ribosomal peptide synthetase; pH, density; pathogensis; peptidoglycan; peripheral blood; polyketide synthase; primary metabolites; secondary metabolite; secondary metabolites; serotype-nonspecific; silica gel; sugar; taxonomic genus; vaccines
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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