Antitumor anthracycline antibiotics, aclacinomycin A and analogues. I. Taxonomy, production, isolation and physicochemical properties.:I. TAXONOMY, PRODUCTION, ISOLATION AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES
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Aclacinomycin A and B, two major components of a new antitumor antibiotic complex, and their 19 analogues were produced by a culture of strain No. A144-M1, which was identified as <i>Streptomyces galilaeus</i>. They were isolated by chelation with copper ion and silicic acid chromatography, and characterized by physicochemical methods in the anthracycline group of antibiotics.
- The Journal of Antibiotics
The Journal of Antibiotics 32(8), 791-800, 1979
JAPAN ANTIBIOTICS RESEARCH ASSOCIATION