Phosphonomycin, a new antibiotic produced by strains of streptomyces.

@article{Hendlin1969PhosphonomycinAN,
  title={Phosphonomycin, a new antibiotic produced by strains of streptomyces.},
  author={D Hendlin and Edward O. Stapley and Marguerite Jackson and H Wallick and Ann K. Miller and Franz Wolf and Todd W Miller and L Chaiet and Fay Kahan and Eldon L. Foltz and Hugh B. Woodruff and Josep Mar{\'i}a Mata and Segovia Hern{\'a}ndez and Sagrario Mochales},
  journal={Science},
  year={1969},
  volume={166 3901},
  pages={122-3}
}
Phosphonomycin is a newly discovered antibiotic produced by streptomycetes. It is effective, when administered by the oral route, to mice infected with Gram-positive or Gram-negative microorganisms. The antibiotic is bactericidal and inhibits cell-wall synthesis. 
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