Development of a new method for synthesis of biologically active compounds with the use of the typed strainStreptomyces werraensis ATCC 1365

@article{Rusanova2007DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a new method for synthesis of biologically active compounds with the use of the typed strainStreptomyces werraensis ATCC 1365},
  author={E. P. Rusanova and Tatiana Alekhova and Galina B. Fedorova and Genrikh S. Katrukha},
  journal={Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={36},
  pages={266-270}
}
The regulatory function of a DNA fragment responsible for actinomycin resistance in the typed strainStreptomyces werraensis ATCC 1365, which produces a macrotetrolide antibiotic, was studied. Metabolic changes made this strain capable of producing an antibiotic complex, which comprises four biologically active compounds absent from the parent culture. 
Antitumor activity of Actinobacteria isolated in marine sediment from Todos Santos Bay, Baja California, Mexico
Se realizo el estudio de la bioactividad de las Actinobacterias cultivables a partir de sedimento marino de la Bahia de Todos Santos, Mexico, y se identificaron mediante las secuencias del gen 16S

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