Hexaene H-85, a hexaene macrolide complex.

@article{Karadi1991HexaeneHA,
  title={Hexaene H-85, a hexaene macrolide complex.},
  author={Ivanka Karad{\vz}i{\'c} and G D Gojgi{\'c} and J. I. Vu{\vc}eti{\'c}},
  journal={The Journal of antibiotics},
  year={1991},
  volume={44 12},
  pages={
          1452-3
        }
}
The hexaene macrolide antibiotics constitute the smallest group of the polyenes (12 ~ 1 5). Mediocidin, endomycin, hexaene H-85 and hexafungin each have a significant tetraene spectrum in addition to a hexaene spectrum (hexaene spectrum being predominant) and show high activity against fungi and moderate against Gram-positive bacteria. It was not possible to isolate the separate tetraene and hexaene componentsfrom the complex1}. The antibiotic producing strain earlier named Actinomyces sp. 468… CONTINUE READING

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