- Norine ID: NOR00227
- Family: fengycin
- Synonym(s): fengycin B;
- Activity: antibiotic, surfactant
- Class: lipopeptide
- Formula: C74H113N11O21
- Monoisotopic mass: 1491.811249733 g/mol
- Comment: The lipid moiety of both analogs is more variable, as fatty acids have been identified as anteiso-pentadecanoic acid (ai-C15), iso-hexadecanoic acid (i-C16), n-hexadecanoic acid (n-C16), and there is evidence for further saturated and unsaturated residues up to C18.
- Source: norine
- Contributor (creation): Norine Team [CRIStAL (UMR CNRS 9189), ex-LIFL, France, Charles Viollette Institute, ProBioGEM team, Lille, France, University of Lille, France]
- Entry information:
- status: curated
- last modification date: 2016-03-08 by Maude Pupin [Université Lille 1, France, CRIStAL (UMR CNRS 9189), ex-LIFL, France]
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- Type: partial cyclic
- Number of monomers: 11
- Monomeric composition :
1 C16:0-OH(3) 2 Glu 3 D-Orn 4 Tyr 5 D-aThr 6 Glu 7 D-Val 8 Pro 9 Gln 10 D-Tyr 11 Ile
- Graph representation: C16:0-OH(3),Glu,D-Orn,Tyr,D-aThr,Glu,D-Val,Pro,Gln,D-Tyr,Ile @1 @0,2 @1,3 @2,4,10 @3,5 @4,6 @5,7 @6,8 @7,9 @8,10 @3,9
- Atomic structure:
Peptide's atomic structure image is not available because smiles is not present.
- Bacillus subtilis
- gram: positive
- synonyms: Bacillus uniflagellatus,Bacillus natto,Bacillus globigii,Vibrio subtilis
- taxid: 1423 (view NCBI taxonomy browser)
- Links between organisms producing the fengycin B: Bacillus subtilis
- Fengycin, a novel antifungal lipopeptide antibiotic produced by Bacillus subtilis F-29-3
Vanittanakom N, Loeffler W, Koch U, Jung G, The Journal of antibiotics , 1986, Jul,39(7):888-901.
- Nonribosomal synthesis of fengycin on an enzyme complex formed by fengycin synthetases
Wu CY, Chen CL, Lee YH, Cheng YC, Wu YC, Shu HY, Gotz F, Liu ST, The Journal of biological chemistry , 2007, Feb 23,282(8):5608-16.
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