Streptomyces Differentiation in Liquid Cultures as a Trigger of Secondary Metabolism

@inproceedings{Manteca2018StreptomycesDI,
  title={Streptomyces Differentiation in Liquid Cultures as a Trigger of Secondary Metabolism},
  author={Angel Manteca and Paula Yag{\"u}e},
  booktitle={Antibiotics},
  year={2018}
}
Streptomyces is a diverse group of gram-positive microorganisms characterised by a complex developmental cycle. Streptomycetes produce a number of antibiotics and other bioactive compounds used in the clinic. Most screening campaigns looking for new bioactive molecules from actinomycetes have been performed empirically, e.g., without considering whether the bacteria are growing under the best developmental conditions for secondary metabolite production. These screening campaigns were extremely… CONTINUE READING

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