Reaction Catalyzed by GenK, a Cobalamin-Dependent Radical S-Adenosyl- l -methionine Methyltransferase in the Biosynthetic Pathway of Gentamicin, Proceeds with Retention of Configuration

Hak Joong Kim, Yung Nan Liu, Reid M. McCarty, Hung Wen Liu

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