Escherichia coli K-12 substr. MG1655 Compound Class: a secondary metabolite

Secondary metabolites such as polyketides and alkaloids, which can act as antibiotics, can be collected here. Also certain types of storage polymers.

Child Classes: a cardanol (0), a coumarin (0), a glucosinolate (0), a phytoalexin (1), a polyketide (1), a saponin (0), a siderophore (8), a terpenoid (10), a terpenophenolic (0), a toxin (35), a xenobiotic (28), an alkaloid (2), an insecticide (1), an urushiol (0), anacardate (0), poly-3-hydroxybutanoate (0)



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