Pyrrolnitrin from Pseudomonas cepacia
Pyrrolnitrin blocks the terminal electron transport between succinate or reduced NADH and coenzyme Q. In mitochondria preparations of S. cerevisiae, the antibiotic inhibited succinate oxidase, NADH oxidase, succinate cythochrome C reductase, and NADH-cytochrome C reductase. Pyrrolnitrin is involved in many cellular processes such as oxidative stress, electron transport, DNA and RNA synthesis.
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