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    • Compounds targeting disulfide bond forming enzyme DsbB of Gram-negative bacteria 

      Landeta, Cristina; Blazyk, Jessica L.; Hatahet, Feras; Meehan, Brian M.; Eser, Markus; Myrick, Alissa; Bronstain, Ludmila; Minami, Shoko; Arnold, Holly; Ke, Na; Rubin, Eric J.; Furie, Barbara C.; Furie, Bruce; Beckwith, Jon; Dutton, Rachel; Boyd, Dana (2015)
      In bacteria, disulfide bonds confer stability on many proteins exported to the cell envelope or beyond. These proteins include numerous bacterial virulence factors. Thus, bacterial enzymes that promote disulfide bond ...
    • Large-Scale Chemical–genetics Yields New M. Tuberculosis Inhibitor Classes 

      LaVerriere, Emily; Meyer, Elisabeth; Kawate, Tomohiko; Gomez, James; Gardner, Michelle; Cigarroa Kennedy, Sofia; Wakabayashi, Shoko; Watson, Christopher; Fitzgerald, Michael; Johnson, Eachan; Office, Emma; Stanley, Mary; Audette, Rebecca; Bandyopadhyay, Nirmalya; Betancourt, Natalia; Delano, Kayla; Da Silva, Israel; Davis, Joshua; Gallo, Christina; Golas, Aaron; Guinn, Kristine; Korn, Rebecca; McConnell, Jennifer; Moss, Caitlin; Murphy, Kenan; Nietupski, Raymond; Papavinasasundaram, Kadamba; Pinkham, Jessica; Pino, Paula; Proulx, Megan; Ruecker, Nadine; Song, Naomi; Thompson, Matthew; Trujillo, Carolina; Metcalf-Wallach, Joshua; Ioerger, Thomas; Lander, Eric; Hubbard, Brian; Serrano-Wu, Michael; Ehrt, Sabine; Rubin, Eric; Sassetti, Christopher; Schnappinger, Dirk; Hung, Deborah (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2019-06-19)
      New antibiotics are needed to combat rising resistance, with new Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) drugs of highest priority. Conventional whole-cell and biochemical antibiotic screens have failed. We developed a novel ...