Efficacy of bleomycin in the protection of rice sheath blight disease.

Abstract

In the course of screening against Pellicularia sasakii, a fermentation broth of E327, a species of Streptomyces, was found to be effective against rice sheath blight disease. The active substances resembled the bleomycin group by thin-layer chromatography and were purified by methods reported for these antibiotics1}, using activated charcoal instead of… (More)

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@article{Shimura1970EfficacyOB, title={Efficacy of bleomycin in the protection of rice sheath blight disease.}, author={Mari Shimura and T Watanabe and Taiji Oashi and T Shomura and T. Niida}, journal={The Journal of antibiotics}, year={1970}, volume={23 3}, pages={166-7} }