The Journal of Antibiotics

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Cyanobacteria: an emerging source for drug discovery

Rahul Kunwar Singh, Shree Prakash Tiwari, Ashwani K Rai and Tribhuban M Mohapatra

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Table 5. Some protease inhibitors isolated from cyanobacteria

CompoundSourceBiological activity againstChemical structureRef.
Cyanopeptolin 963 AMicrocystis PCC 7806ChymotrypsinUnfortunately we are unable to provide accessible alternative text for this. If you require assistance to access this image, please contact help@nature.com or the authorBister et al.70
     
Cyanopeptolin 954Microcystis aeruginosa NIVA Cya 43ChymotrypsinUnfortunately we are unable to provide accessible alternative text for this. If you require assistance to access this image, please contact help@nature.com or the authorElert et al.71
     
Lyngbyastatin 5-7Lyngbya sp.ElastaseUnfortunately we are unable to provide accessible alternative text for this. If you require assistance to access this image, please contact help@nature.com or the authorTaori et al.72
     
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Lyngbyastatin 4Lyngbya confervoidesElastase
Chymotrypsin
Unfortunately we are unable to provide accessible alternative text for this. If you require assistance to access this image, please contact help@nature.com or the authorMatthew et al.73
     
Symplocamide ASymploca sp.ChymotrypsinUnfortunately we are unable to provide accessible alternative text for this. If you require assistance to access this image, please contact help@nature.com or the authorLinnington et al.63
     
PlanktocyclinPlanktothrix rubescensTrypsin, α-chymotrypsin
Human caspase-8
Unfortunately we are unable to provide accessible alternative text for this. If you require assistance to access this image, please contact help@nature.com or the authorBaumann et al.74
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