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    Himastatin, 360-degree view

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    Himastatin, 360-degree view


    A 360-degree view of the molecule himastatin, which was first isolated from the bacterium Streptomyces himastatinicus. Himastatin shows antibiotic activity. The researchers who created this video developed a new, more concise way to synthesize himastatin so it can be studied more easily.

    More information about the research that produced this video can be found in the Science paper “Total synthesis of himastatin” by D’Angelo et al.

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    Public NoteA ball-and-stick model of an oblong molecule rotating 360 degrees.
    Internal NoteFrom: Mohammad Movassaghi Sent on: Monday, February 28, 2022 4:22:18 PM To: Yang, Jiong (NIH/NIGMS) [E] Subject: Re: 1 R35 GM141963-01 Dear Jiong, I am delighted to provide graphics/movies and I will be happy to edit them as needed to optimize their utility for the Communications and Public Liaisons team. Best wishes, Mo -- --- Mohammad Movassaghi, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Chemistry 77 Massachusetts Avenue, 18-290 Cambridge, MA 02139 TEL: 617.253.3986 movassag@mit.edu http://web.mit.edu/movassag/www/index.htm
    Keywordsantibiotics, bacteria
    SourceMohammad Movassaghi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
    Credit LineMohammad Movassaghi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
    InvestigatorHigh resolution movie showing rotation about the vertical axis.
    Record TypeVideo
    Topic Area(s);#Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology;#Molecular Structures;#
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