A ketoreductase domain in the PksJ protein of the bacillaene assembly line carries out both α- and β-ketone reduction during chain growth

Christopher T. Calderone, Stefanie B. Bumpus, Neil L. Kelleher, Christopher T. Walsh, Nathan A. Magarvey

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