Nature provides lessons about developing ‘green chemistry’ in seemingly out-of-the-way places. One such lesson comes from an enzymatic step in the production of a leaf toxin by a bacterium.
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Schnarr, N., Khosla, C. Just add chlorine. Nature 436, 1094–1095 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/4361094a