‘Daunomycin’, a New Antibiotic of the Rhodomycin Group

@article{Marco1964DaunomycinAN,
  title={‘Daunomycin’, a New Antibiotic of the Rhodomycin Group},
  author={A. Marco and M. Gaetani and P. Orezzi and B. Scarpinato and R. Silvestrini and M. Soldati and T. Dasdia and L. Valentini},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1964},
  volume={201},
  pages={706-707}
}
‘DAUNOMYCIN’ is a new antibiotic isolated from the cultures of S. peucetius1 in the Farmitalia Research Laboratories. The substance is easily obtained as hydrochloride in thin red needles melting at 184°–186° C, soluble in water, methanol, aqueous alcohols and insoluble in chloroform, ether, benzol. 
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