Phencomycin, a new antibiotic from a Streptomyces species HIL Y-9031725.

@article{Chatterjee1995PhencomycinAN,
  title={Phencomycin, a new antibiotic from a Streptomyces species HIL Y-9031725.},
  author={Soumendranath Chatterjee and E K Vijayakumar and Christopher M.M. Franco and Rakesh N. Maurya and J Blumbach and Bimal N Ganguli},
  journal={The Journal of antibiotics},
  year={1995},
  volume={48 11},
  pages={1353-4}
}
Strain HIL Y-9031725 was isolated from a soil sample collected in India. The strain was identified as belonging to the genus Streptomyces using the methods described by Shirling and Gottlieb.2) A loopful of mature slant culture of Streptomyces Y-9031725 was inoculated into Erlenmeyer flasks (500 ml capacity) containing 100 ml of seed medium consisting of glucose 1.5%, soyabean meal 1.5%, corn steep liquor 0.5%, CaCO3 0.2% and NaCl 0.5%, pH 6.5 before autoclaving. The flasks were cultivated at… CONTINUE READING

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