• Corpus ID: 36279885

AH17, a new non-polyenic antifungal antibiotic produced by a strain of Spirillospora.

  title={AH17, a new non-polyenic antifungal antibiotic produced by a strain of Spirillospora.},
  author={Hocine Hac{\`e}ne and G{\'e}rard Lefebvre},
  volume={83 336},
An antibiotic (AH17) was produced by Spirillospora strain 719. This substance was obtained only from the broth filtrate after precipitation with acetic acid followed by extraction with n-butanol. Its purification was carried out by thin layer chromatography on silica gel followed by HPLC procedures. It showed activity against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria and fungi. The spectroscopic and chemical properties were examined and indicated that AH17 was a quinone. It seems that this is a… 
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This listing covers the period May 1, 1997 through to June 30, 1997, which roughly corresponds with the British Mycological Society's Special Interest Committees.