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Heterologous expression of the lanthipeptide mersacidin in Escherichia coli: biosynthesis, processing and engineering

Modular Use of the Uniquely Small Ring A of Mersacidin Generates the Smallest Ribosomally Produced Lanthipeptide

Mutational Studies of the Mersacidin Leader Reveal the Function of Its Unique Two-Step Leader Processing Mechanism

Characterization of Leader Processing Shows That Partially Processed Mersacidin Is Activated by AprE After Export

Heterologous Expression of Mersacidin in Escherichia coli Elucidates the Mode of Leader Processing

New developments in RiPP discovery, enzymology and engineering

Rapid and selective chemical editing of Ribosomally synthesized and Post-translationally modified Peptides (RiPPs) via Cu(II)-catalyzed β-borylation of dehydroamino acids

Semisynthetic Macrocyclic Lipo-lanthipeptides Display Antimicrobial Activity Against Bacterial Pathogens

Conjugation of Synthetic Polyproline Moietes to Lipid II Binding Fragments of Nisin Yields Active and Stable Antimicrobials

Synthesis and Characterization of Heterodimers and Fluorescent Nisin Species by Incorporation of Methionine Analogues and Subsequent Click Chemistry

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