Fermentation , Isolation , Physico-chemical Properties and Biological Activities

@inproceedings{Shomura2006FermentationI,
  title={Fermentation , Isolation , Physico-chemical Properties and Biological Activities},
  author={Takashi Shomura and Shuichi Gomi and Mitsugu Ito and Junko Yoshida and Eriko Tanaka and Shoichi Amano and Hiro-omi Watabe and Shokichi Ohuchi and Jiro Itoh and Masaji Sezaki and Hidehi Takebe and Kazumichi Uotani},
  year={2006}
}
A new species of Streptomyces is described for which the name Streptomyces aculeolatus is proposed. The organism produces new antibiotics SF2415A1, A2, A3, Bl, B2 and B3 active against Gram-positive bacteria. Empirical molecular formulae of the antibiotics SF2415A1, A2, A3, Bl, B2 and B3 were determined to be C26H31N2O5C1,C26H30N2O5, C26H3oN205Cl2, C26H33O5C1, C26H32O5 and C26H32O5C12, respectively. 

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