Fusarium verticillioides NAT1 (FDB2) N‐malonyltransferase is structurally, functionally and phylogenetically distinct from its N‐acetyltransferase (NAT) homologues

Eleni‐Pavlina Karagianni, Evanthia Kontomina, Edward D. Lowe, Konstantinos Athanasopoulos, Georgia Papanikolaou, Vasiliki Garefalaki, Varvara Kotseli, Sofia Zaliou, Tom Grimaud, Konstantina Arvaniti, Maria‐Aggeliki Tsatiri, Giannoulis Fakis, Anthony E. Glenn, Pietro Roversi, Areej Abuhammad, Ali Ryan, Robert B. Sim, Edith Sim, Sotiria Boukouvala*

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