ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:6900
L-OLEANDROSE

Freqency:
in 1 ingredients:

  • 216
  • in 13 recipes:

  • 5
  • 7
  • 57
  • 136
  • 209
  • 211
  • 276
  • 287
  • 292
  • 298
  • 305
  • 329
  • 412

  • Properties
    C7H14O4    162.18





    1:  Gaisser S, Reather J, Wirtz G, Kellenberger L, Staunton J, Leadlay PF.
    A defined system for hybrid macrolide biosynthesis in Saccharopolyspora erythraea.
    Mol Microbiol.    impact factor:   6.361
    2000;  36(2): 391-401

    2:  Rodriguez L, Aguirrezabalaga I, Allende N, Brana AF, Mendez C, Salas JA.
    Engineering deoxysugar biosynthetic pathways from antibiotic-producing microorganisms. A tool to produce novel glycosylated bioactive compounds.
    Chem Biol.    impact factor:   6.242
    2002;  9(6): 721-9

    3:  Wohlert S, Lomovskaya N, Kulowski K, Fonstein L, Occi JL, Gewain KM, MacNeil DJ, Hutchinson CR.
    Insights about the biosynthesis of the avermectin deoxysugar L-oleandrose through heterologous expression of Streptomyces avermitilis deoxysugar genes in Streptomyces lividans.
    Chem Biol.    impact factor:   6.242
    2001;  8(7): 681-700

    4:  Nagel AA, DiBrino J, Vincent LA, Retsema JA.
    Ring contraction of oleandrose on the macrolide antibiotic oleandomycin with [(Methoxycarbonyl)sulfamoyl]triethylammonium hydroxide inner salt.
    J Med Chem.    impact factor:   4.079
    1982;  25(7): 881-4

    5:  Aguirrezabalaga I, Olano C, Allende N, Rodriguez L, Brana AF, Mendez C, Salas JA.
    Identification and expression of genes involved in biosynthesis of L-oleandrose and its intermediate L-olivose in the oleandomycin producer Streptomyces antibioticus.
    Antimicrob Agents Chemother.    impact factor:   3.969
    2000;  44(5): 1266-75

     
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