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Issue 44, 2009
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Multiple convergence in polyketide biosynthesis: a third folding mode to the anthraquinonechrysophanol

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The polyketidechrysophanol is shown to be formed, in an organism-specific way, by a third folding mode, involving a remarkable cyclization of a bicyclic diketo precursor, thus establishing the first example of multiple convergence in polyketide biosynthesis.

Graphical abstract: Multiple convergence in polyketide biosynthesis: a third folding mode to the anthraquinonechrysophanol

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Submitted
28 May 2009
Accepted
17 Sep 2009
First published
05 Oct 2009

Chem. Commun., 2009, 6810-6812
Article type
Communication

Multiple convergence in polyketide biosynthesis: a third folding mode to the anthraquinonechrysophanol

G. Bringmann, T. A. M. Gulder, A. Hamm, M. Goodfellow and H. Fiedler, Chem. Commun., 2009, 6810
DOI: 10.1039/B910501H

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