Erythromycin B

Erythromycin B is a lipid of Polyketides (PK) class.

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Hergenrother PJ et al. An abiotic strategy for the enantioselective synthesis of erythromycin B. 2003 Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. pmid:12876743
Kim BS et al. An unexpected interaction between the modular polyketide synthases, erythromycin DEBS1 and pikromycin PikAIV, leads to efficient triketide lactone synthesis. 2002 Biochemistry pmid:12196022
Morimoto S et al. Chemical modification of erythromycins. IV. Synthesis and biological properties of 6-O-methylerythromycin B. 1990 J. Antibiot. pmid:2358406
Brown MS et al. Production of 6-deoxy-13-cyclopropyl-erythromycin B by Saccharopolyspora erythraea NRRL 18643. 1999 J. Antibiot. pmid:10580387
Mordi MN et al. Acid-catalyzed degradation of clarithromycin and erythromycin B: a comparative study using NMR spectroscopy. 2000 J. Med. Chem. pmid:10669574
Bhadra PK et al. Design, synthesis, and evaluation of stable and taste-free erythromycin proprodrugs. 2005 J. Med. Chem. pmid:15916440
Zhang Q et al. Knocking out of tailoring genes eryK and eryG in an industrial erythromycin-producing strain of Saccharopolyspora erythraea leading to overproduction of erythromycin B, C and D at different conversion ratios. 2011 Lett. Appl. Microbiol. pmid:21175699
Bhadra PK et al. Enhancement of the properties of a drug by mono-deuteriation: reduction of acid-catalysed formation of a gut-motilide enol ether from 8-deuterio-erythromycin B. 2016 Org. Biomol. Chem. pmid:27273525
Bogialli S et al. A simple and rapid confirmatory assay for analyzing antibiotic residues of the macrolide class and lincomycin in bovine milk and yoghurt: hot water extraction followed by liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry. 2007 Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom. pmid:17171776