Diverted Total Synthesis of Promysalin Analogs Demonstrates That an Iron-Binding Motif Is Responsible for Its Narrow-Spectrum Antibacterial Activity

Andrew D. Steele, Colleen E. Keohane, Kyle W. Knouse, Sean E. Rossiter, Sierra J. Williams, William M. Wuest*

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