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Isolation of three new antibiotics, thiocillins I, II and III, related to micrococcin P. Studies on antibiotics from the genus Bacillus. VIII.
Thiocillins I and II were isolated from the culture broth of Bacillus cereus G-15, and thiocillins II and III from that of Bacillus badius AR-91. Also, the former two were probably produced byExpand
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A new antibiotic, bulgerin, active against phytopathogenic fungi.
A new antibiotic, bulgerin, was isolated from a culture broth of a streptomyces strain S-288. The strain was classified as Streptomyces aburaviensis var. tuftformis. The antibiotic is a water-solubleExpand
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Preparation of Virosomes Coated with the Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Glycoprotein as Efficient Gene Transfer Vehicles for Animal Cells
The vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) glycoprotein (G) was used to prepare virosomes as a model vehicle of gene transfer to animal cells, for which viral envelope functions (receptor recognition andExpand
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The constituent amino acids and fatty acid of antibiotic 333-25. (Studies on antibiotics from the genus Bacillus. XII.
Measurement of the optical rotational activities of the constituent amino acids of antibiotic 333-25 identified 2,4-diaminobutyric acid (D-form 1, L-form 4), L-leucine (2) and D-phenylalanine (1).Expand
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Isolation of a new antibiotic 333-25, related to antibiotic EM 49. (Studies on antibiotics from the genus Bacillus. XI).
A new antibiotic, 333-25, active against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, was isolated from the culture broth of Bacillus circulans 333-25. The antibiotic is a basic acylpeptide containingExpand
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THE TOTAL STRUCTURE OF CEREXIN A
The constituent fatty acid of cerexin A was elucidated to be β-hydroxy isoundecanoic acid by gas chromatography, mass spectrometry and nuclear magnetic resonance. The asparaginyl asparagine linkageExpand
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The total structure of cerexin A (studies on antibiotics from the genus Bacillus. XVI.
The constituent fatty acid of cerexin A was elucidated to be beta-hydroxy isoundecanoic acid by gas chromatography, mass spectrometry and nuclear magnetic resonance. The asparaginyl asparagineExpand
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Production and isolation of cerexins C and D studies on antibiotics from the genus Bacillus. XVII.
From the culture broth of Bacillus cereus 60-6, in which antibiotic production was improved a new antibiotic, named cerexin C, was isolated. Similarly, a new antibiotic, cerexin D was isolated fromExpand
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Isolation of octapeptin D (studies on antibiotics from the genus Bacillus. XXVII).
A new peptide antibiotic complex, named octapeptin D, was isolated from culture broth of a microorganism belonging to the genus Bacillus. The trihydrochloride of the antibiotic was obtained as aExpand
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