Production and isolation of cerexins C and D. Studies on antibiotics from the genus Bacillus. Xviii

Shoji, J.''ichi; Kato, T.; Matsumoto, K.; Takahashi, Y.; Mayama, M.

The Journal of Antibiotics 29(12): 1281-1285

1976


DOI: 10.7164/antibiotics.29.1281
Accession: 068515715

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Abstract
From the culture broth of Bacillus cereus 60-6, in which antibiotic production was improved a new antibiotic, named cerexin C, was isolated. Similarly, a new antibiotic, cerexin D was isolated from the culture broth of Bacillus cereus Gp-3. Cerexins C and D are closely related to cerexins A and B in their physico-chemical and antimicrobial properties. In fact cerexins C and D are peptides essentially identical with cerexins A and B except for the presence of a lysine residue in place of the gamma-hydroxylysine residue.