Bacterial natural product biosynthetic domain composition in soil correlates with changes in latitude on a continent-wide scale

The Rockefeller University laboratory of genetically encoded small molecules led by Dr. Sean Brady succesfully published another study in the prestigious scientific journal PNAS. The results of this study were also featured in an article by Andrea Du Toit in Nature Microbiology Reviews as a research highlight, as well as in the November 2017 TERN eNewsletter in Australia.

References
  • Lemetre, C., Maniko, J. et al. Bacterial natural product biosynthetic domain composition in soil correlates with changes in latitude on a continent-wide scale. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1710262114 (2017)

 

The Rockefeller University laboratory of genetically encoded small molecules led by Dr. Sean Brady succesfully published another study in the prestigious scientific journal PNAS. The results of this