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J Antibiot (Tokyo). 1983 Dec;36(12):1606-12.

Studies on peptide antibiotics, leucinostatins. I. Separation, physico-chemical properties and biological activities of leucinostatins A and B.

Abstract

Leucinostatin, a peptide antibiotic, was separated by silica gel and alumina column chromatography into two related components designated as leucinostatin A hydrochloride (C61H111-N11O13.HCl) and leucinostatin B hydrochloride (C61H109N11O13.HCl). Physico-chemical as well as biological properties of the two separated components were analyzed. These properties pointed to closely resembling chemical structures.

PMID:
6662804
DOI:
10.7164/antibiotics.36.1606
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