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H107, a new aminoglycoside anti-Pseudomonas antibiotic produced by a new strain of Spirillospora.

@article{Hacne2000H107AN,
  title={H107, a new aminoglycoside anti-Pseudomonas antibiotic produced by a new strain of Spirillospora.},
  author={Hocine Hac{\`e}ne and F Daoudi-Hamdad and Tej Bhatnagar and Jacques C. Baratti and G{\'e}rard Lefebvre},
  journal={Microbios},
  year={2000},
  volume={102 402},
  pages={
          69-77
        }
}
Spirillospora spp. (strain 719) has been the source of several antibiotics. One of these designated H107 is produced as a trace. Compared with other antibiotics produced by the same strain, it was obtained only from the broth filtrate after precipitation with acetic acid followed by extraction with n-butanol. It was a water soluble metabolite active against Gram-negative bacteria and especially Pseudomonas spp., and was identified as an aminoglycoside compound. This is the first report of… 
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