Blaine Pfeifer of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at University of Buffalo joined us for World Anti-Microbial Resistance Congress USA 2015 to discuss ‘Engineering heterologous natural product biosynthesis for local and global antibacterial discovery’.
In this presentation, learn about Erythromycin A and biosynthesis as they relate to antibacterial discovery.
Download this presentation to understand more about:
- Compounds, hosts and heterologous biosynthesis
- Erythromycin A: Origins and Biosynthesis
- Erythromycin A: Tailoring Biosynthesis and Complete Reconstitution
…and much more!
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To find out more about heterologous natural product biosynthesis, attend World Anti-Microbial Resistance Congress USA 2016, held September 8-9 in Washington, DC.