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Studies on the streptomyces sc 4 2. taxonomic and biological characteristics of streptomyces strain sc 4


Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica (Taipei) 25(1): 111-124
Studies on the streptomyces sc 4 2. taxonomic and biological characteristics of streptomyces strain sc 4
Streptomyces SC4 was isolated from a soil sample collected at Kaohsiung, Taiwan. A comparison of the characteristics of strain SC4 with related Streptomyces indicates that strain SC4 is a new streptothricin antibiotic producing organism.


Accession: 006522033



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