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An effective method for isolating alginate lyase‐producing Bacillus sp. ATB‐1015 strain and purification and characterization of the lyase
A new alginate lyase‐producing micro‐organism, designated as Bacillus sp. strain ATB‐1015, was effectively isolated from soil samples pretreated for 3 months with a substrate of the enzyme, sodiumExpand
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Chemical and biological studies on 16-membered macrolide antibiotics.
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Letter: Biosynthetic studies using 13C enriched precursors on the 16-membered macrolide antibiotic leucomycin A3.
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Effect of Leucomycins and Analogues on Binding [14C]Erythromycin to Escherichia coli Ribosomes
We examined the effect of leucomycins, leucomycin derivatives, and other 16-membered macrolides (tylosin, niddamycin, spiramycin I, and spiramycin III) on [14C]erythromycin binding to ribosomes.Expand
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Studies on the biosynthesis of 16-membered macrolide antibiotics using carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
The origin of the skeletal carbons in the lactone ring of 16-membered macrolide antiobiotics has been studied. 13C-labeled antibiotics leucomycin and tylosin, have been obtained from the cultureExpand
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Structures and biological properties of Kinamycin A, B, C, and D.
A series of new antibiotics, Kinamycin A, B, C, and D which are mainly effective against gram-positive bacteria, were extracted with chloroform from the broth filtrate of Streptomyces murayamaensisExpand
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Effects of phytosterols on anti-complementary activity.
Several phytosterols, stigmasterol, campesterol and β-sitosterol, were shown to have potent anti-complementary activities. Stigmasterol was the most potent. A marked consumption of C4 was observed toExpand
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A new antibiotic, kinamycin.
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Carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance spectral analysis of 16-membered macrolide antibiotics.
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