Have researchers found a brand-new class of antibiotics in nature?
Researchers have solved the x-ray structure of the enzyme that makes obafluorin – a broad spectrum antibiotic agent made by a fluorescent strain of soil bacteria – and produces the ring responsible for the compound’s antimicrobial activity.
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