Myxothiazol, an antibiotic from myxococcus fulvus. (myxobacterales) I. cultivation, isolation, physico-chemical and biological properties

Gerth, K.; Irschik, H.; Reichenbach, H.; Trowitzsch, W.

The Journal of Antibiotics 33(12): 1474-1479

1980


DOI: 10.7164/antibiotics.33.1474
Accession: 068515865

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Abstract
Myxothiazol (AB-Mx f16-1), a new antifungal antibiotic, is produced by the myxobacterium Myxococcus fulvus strain Mx f16. It is active against many filamentous fungi, and completely inhibits growth of Mucor hiemalis at a concentration of 2 micrograms/ml. The molecular formula of myxothiazol was determined to e C25H33N3O3S2.