Genome Sequence of the Milbemycin-Producing Bacterium Streptomycesbingchenggensis

  title={Genome Sequence of the Milbemycin-Producing Bacterium Streptomycesbingchenggensis},
  author={Xiangjing Wang and Yi-Jun Yan and Bo Zhang and Jing An and Ji-Jia Wang and Jun Tian and Ling Jiang and Yi-Hua Chen and Sheng-Xiong Huang and Min Yin and Ji Zhang and Aihua Gao and Chongxi Liu and Zhao-Xiang Zhu and Wensheng Xiang},
  journal={Journal of Bacteriology},
  pages={4526 - 4527}
ABSTRACT Streptomyces bingchenggensis is a soil-dwelling bacterium producing the commercially important anthelmintic macrolide milbemycins. Besides milbemycins, the insecticidal polyether antibiotic nanchangmycin and some other antibiotics have also been isolated from this strain. Here we report the complete genome sequence of S. bingchenggensis. The availability of the genome sequence of S. bingchenggensis should enable us to understand the biosynthesis of these structurally intricate… 

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    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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