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Effect of various concentrations of calcium and magnesium ions on activity of actinomyces nodosus an amphotericin b producer



Effect of various concentrations of calcium and magnesium ions on activity of actinomyces nodosus an amphotericin b producer



Khimiko-Farmatsevticheskii Zhurnal 13(3): 73-76



An increase in MgSO4 content in the storage medium increases the germination rate of A. nodosus spores and shortens the sporophore-formation time, whereas an increase in CaCO3 concentration retards these processes. Fluctuations in MgSO4 and CaCO3 concentration in the initial medium reflect the morphological variability of A. nodosus, but do not affect the antibiotic activity of the culture.

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