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Structure-Activity-Relationship of LuxO inhibitors.

By Wai-Leung Ng (155174), Lark Perez (155183), Jianping Cong (155190), Martin F. Semmelhack (155196) and Bonnie L. Bassler (41611)


<p>The core chemical structure of the LuxO inhibitors is shown at the top. All analogs possess the identical 6-thio-5-azauracil moiety with modifications in the terminal side chains (denoted R). Variations in the side chain are shown on the right. Normalized light (RLU, relative light units) produced by the <i>V. cholerae luxO</i><sup>D47E</sup> strain (BH1651) carrying the <i>lux</i> operon is plotted as a function of concentration of the eight different analogs. Error bars are present, but are too small to be observed in the plot. The bars represent standard errors of the mean for three independent trials.</p

Topics: Biochemistry, Chemistry, luxo
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1002767.g003
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