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13 C-Carbamylation as a mechanistic probe for the inhibition of class D β-lactamases by avibactam and halide ions

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The class D (OXA) serine β-lactamases are a major cause of resistance to β-lactam antibiotics. The class D enzymes are unique amongst β-lactamases because they have a carbamylated lysine that acts as a general acid/base in catalysis. Previous crystallographic studies led to the proposal that β-lactamase inhibitor avibactam targets OXA enzymes in part by promoting decarbamylation. Similarly, halide ions are proposed to inhibit OXA enzymes via decarbamylation. NMR analyses, in which the carbamy...

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Peer reviewed
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10.1039/C7OB01514C

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Oxford, MPLS, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry
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Publisher:
Royal Society of Chemistry Publisher's website
Journal:
Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry Journal website
Volume:
15
Issue:
28
Pages:
6024-6032
Publication date:
2017-06-26
Acceptance date:
2017-06-26
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EISSN:
1477-0539
ISSN:
1477-0520
Pubs id:
pubs:703028
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uri:6300cd93-8b87-4223-99f5-41b08a1e9296
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uuid:6300cd93-8b87-4223-99f5-41b08a1e9296
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pubs:703028

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