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Inhibition of the adenylyl cyclase toxin, edema factor, from Bacillus anthracis by a series of 18 monoand bis-(M)ANT-substituted nucleoside 5′-triphosphates

Taha, Hesham ; Dove, Stefan ; Geduhn, Jens ; König, Burkhard ; Shen, Yuequan ; Tang, Wei-Jen ; Seifert, Roland


Bacillus anthracis causes anthrax disease and exerts its deleterious effects by the release of three exotoxins, i.e. lethal factor, protective antigen and edema factor (EF), a highly active calmodulin-dependent adenylyl cyclase (AC). Conventional antibiotic treatment is ineffective against either toxaemia or antibiotic-resistant strains. Thus, more effective drugs for anthrax treatment are ...


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