Systems metabolic engineering for the production of pharmaceutical natural products

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The increased awareness of the pharmaceutical supply chain issues after the recent pandemic crisis has emphasized the need for innovative drug discovery. Natural products (NPs) have emerged as promising candidates to address pandemics due to their diverse structures and medicinal properties. However, development of novel NP-drugs in pharmaceutical supply chains has faced many challenges, including the absence of an efficient large-scale production platform to meet market demands. The advent of systems metabolic engineering has facilitated the efficient production of NPs in microorganisms compared with traditional plant-based and chemical-based production. In this article, we review recent strategies in systems metabolic engineering that have opened up new avenues for NP-drug discovery and production. In addition, we suggest viewpoints on how combinatorial approaches of systems metabolic engineering and synthetic chemistry will further enhance the diversity of NP-drugs and provide prospects for the development of NP-drugs in the pharmaceutical supply chain.
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ELSEVIER
Issue Date
2024-03
Language
English
Citation

CURRENT OPINION IN SYSTEMS BIOLOGY, v.37

ISSN
2452-3100
DOI
10.1016/j.coisb.2023.100491
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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/316557
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CBE-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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