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Direct microscopic detection in soil of an actinomycete producing a fluorescent antibiotic

Direct microscopic detection in soil of an actinomycete producing a fluorescent antibiotic

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Zvyagintsev, D.G.; Vinogradova, K.A.; Efremenkova, L.M., 1976: Direct microscopic detection in the soil of an actinomycete producing a luminescent antibiotic. The synthesis of an antibiotic of the heliomycin type by Actinomyces olivocinereus 11-98, is observed directly in the soil by luminescent microscopy. The antibiotic is synthesized by a single microcolony in the microzone and is accumulated in the...

Zviagintsev, D.G.; Vinogradova, K.A.; Efremenkova, L.M., 1976: Immediate microscopic detection of an actinomycete in the soil producing a luminescent antibiotic. Mikrobiologiia 45(2): 337-341

Zvyagintsev, D.G.; Vinogradova, K.A.; Efremenkova, L.M., 1976: The direct microscopic observation in soil of an actinomycete that produces a luminescent antibiotic. Luminescence microscopy showed that Actinomyces olivocinereus inoculated into sterile and non-sterile soils with and without addition of nutrients grew best in chernozem and in chestnut soil. At a low rate of inoculation into sterile soil, the ant...

Nanri, N.; Gohda, Y.; Ohno, M.; Miyabe, K.; Furukawa, K.; Hayashida, S., 1992: Growth promotion of fluorescent pseudomonads and control of potato common scab in field soil with non-antibiotic actinomycete biofertilizer. Field studies on the control of potato common scab were done with non-antibiotic Actinomycete biofertilizer, which was manufactured from swine feces with coprophilous actinomycetes and acidified to pH 5.0 with sulfuric acid. The field soil at pH 5...

Jiang D.; X.K.; M.P.; Long Z.; Liu M.; Gao Y., 1983: The identification of antibiotic y 4132 producing actinomycete. In the course of a screening program for antibiotics, one isolated a strain of Actinomadura Y4132 from a soil sample collected in Yongping, Yunnan province [China]. This Actinomadura produces an anthracycline antibiotic. It contains the meso-isome...

Solov'eva, M.N.K.; Rudaya, M.S.M., 1959: Characters of the actinomycete producing the new antifungal antibiotic albofungin. At the All-Union sci. res. Inst. for Antibiotics actinomycete 604-36 isolated from Central Asian grey desert soils (serozem) was designated Actinomyces albus var. fungatus . By the agar block method the antibiotic was shown to inhibit Trichoderma,...

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Bitteeva, M.B., 1963: The taxonomic position of the actinomycete producing the antibiotic aurantin. Actinomycete strain No.-2 forms a yellow fluorescent pigment and synthesizes an antibiotic (aurantin) of the actinomycin-C type. The species designation of A. aurantiacus does not correspond with the description of a typical culture given in the c...

Tsyganov, V.A.; Konev, I.E.; Namestnikova, V.P., 1965: Characteristics of the actinomycete No.44 B/1 -- producing a new antifungal antibiotic mycoheptin. Antibiotiki 10(7): 599-602

Bush J.A.; Berry R.L.; Forenza S., 1990: Biosynthesis of antitumor antibiotic rebeccamycin and differentiation of the producing actinomycete. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry Supplement (14 PART A): 115