Current Trends in Natural Products Research from the CBNP10 Symposium at Warwick

Exchanges: the Warwick Research Journal

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Title Current Trends in Natural Products Research from the CBNP10 Symposium at Warwick
 
Creator Alberti, Fabrizio
 
Subject Microbiology; Biological Chemistry; Bioinformatics.
Natural Products; Biosynthesis; Antibiotics.
 
Description Natural products are compounds that are produced by living organisms. They have numerous applications in our everyday life, from antibiotics to herbicides. They possess great chemical and structural diversity, which gives them a leading position as a source of new drugs. Many institutions worldwide are focusing more and more on natural product research, with microorganisms and plants being the most common source for discovery of new compounds. On the 30th June and 1st July 2016, early-career scientists working in the field of natural products gathered at the University of Warwick for the 10th edition of the Chemistry and Biology of Natural Products Symposium (CBNP10). This critical reflection reviews, in the context of the current research in the field, the major considerations that arose from this meeting.
 
Publisher University of Warwick, UK
 
Contributor NPRONET
BIOCATNET
The Institute of Advanced Study
Royal Society of Biology
Christophe Corre
John Sidda
BBSRC.
 
Date 2016-10-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://journals.sfu.ca/exchanges/index.php/exchanges/article/view/126
 
Source Exchanges: the Warwick Research Journal; Vol 4, No 1 (2016): October; 158-166
2053-9665
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://journals.sfu.ca/exchanges/index.php/exchanges/article/view/126/267
 
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