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A Systematic Analysis of Mosquito-Microbiome Biosynthetic Gene Clusters Reveals Antimalarial Siderophores that Reduce Mosquito Reproduction Capacity

A Systematic Analysis of Mosquito-Microbiome Biosynthetic Gene Clusters Reveals Antimalarial Siderophores that Reduce Mosquito Reproduction Capacity

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GANLEY, Jack G., Ashmita PANDEY, Kayla SYLVESTER, Kuan-Yi LU, Maria TORO-MORENO, Sina RÜTSCHLIN, James M. BRADFORD, Cody J. CHAMPION, Thomas BÖTTCHER, Jiannong XU, Emily R. DERBYSHIRE, 2020. A Systematic Analysis of Mosquito-Microbiome Biosynthetic Gene Clusters Reveals Antimalarial Siderophores that Reduce Mosquito Reproduction Capacity. In: Cell Chemical Biology. Cell Press. 27(7), pp. 817-826.e5. ISSN 2451-9456. eISSN 2451-9448. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.chembiol.2020.06.004

@article{Ganley2020-07-16Syste-50832, title={A Systematic Analysis of Mosquito-Microbiome Biosynthetic Gene Clusters Reveals Antimalarial Siderophores that Reduce Mosquito Reproduction Capacity}, year={2020}, doi={10.1016/j.chembiol.2020.06.004}, number={7}, volume={27}, issn={2451-9456}, journal={Cell Chemical Biology}, pages={817--826.e5}, author={Ganley, Jack G. and Pandey, Ashmita and Sylvester, Kayla and Lu, Kuan-Yi and Toro-Moreno, Maria and Rütschlin, Sina and Bradford, James M. and Champion, Cody J. and Böttcher, Thomas and Xu, Jiannong and Derbyshire, Emily R.} }

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