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Chemical investigation of a previously unreported indigenous Australian Streptomyces strain MST-91080 has identified six novel analogues related to the oxazole-pendanted macrodiolide, conglobatin. Phylogenetic analysis of the 16S rRNA gene sequence identified MST-91080 as a species of Streptomyces, distinct from reported conglobatin producer, Streptomyces conglobatus ATCC 31005. Conglobatins B–E diverge from conglobatin through differing patterns of methylation on the macrodiolide skeleton. The altered methyl positions suggest a deviation from the published biosynthetic pathway, which proposed three successive methylmalonyl-CoA extender unit additions to the conglobatin monomer. Conglobatins B1, C1 and C2 exhibited more potent cytotoxic activity selectively against the NS-1 myeloma cell line (IC50 0.084, 1.05 and 0.45 µg ml−1, respectively) compared with conglobatin (IC50 1.39 µg ml−1).
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||Journal of Antibiotics|
|Early online date||17 Jun 2020|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 2020|
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BioAustralis, towards the future
Lacey, E., Piggott, A., Chooi, Y. H. & Page, S.
19/10/18 → 31/12/21
Overcoming antibiotic resistance: rapid discovery of new antibacterial drug targets using chemicalproteomics
Piggott, A., MQRES, M. & MQRES (International), M.
7/04/14 → 6/04/18