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Dr. E. Paige Stout, Dr. Yong-Gang Wang, Prof. Dr. Daniel Romo and Prof. Dr. Tadeusz F. Molinski Pyrrole Aminoimidazole Alkaloid Metabiosynthesis with Marine Sponges Agelas conifera and Stylissa caribica Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51

Article first published online: 4 APR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201108119

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Game-SET-match: Pyrrole aminoimidazole alkaloids (PAIs) are metabiosynthesized from chlorinated analogues of oroidin by cell-free enzyme preparations from PAI-producing sponges. Evidence and implications for the biosynthesis of PAIs include putative single-electron transfers (SETs) that promote C[BOND]C bond-forming reactions of precursors.

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