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Rifamorpholines A-E, potential antibiotics from locust-associated actinobacteria Amycolatopsis sp. Hca4

Rifamorpholines A-E, potential antibiotics from locust-associated actinobacteria Amycolatopsis sp. Hca4
Yong Sheng Xiao, Xin Zhao Deng, Hui Ming Ge, Wei Li, Rui Hua Jiao, Jing Shi, Ren Xiang Tan, Bo Zhang, Zhi Kai Guo, Mei Zhang
Five unusual rifamycin-type antibiotics with potent antibacterial activity were characterized from locust-associated rare actinobacteria, Amycolatopsis sp. HCa4.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/OB/~3/KNqildZAdWQ/C7OB00614D

DOI: 2017/OB/C7OB00614D

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