Caprazamycin

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Caprazamycins are chemical compounds isolated from Streptomyces which have some antibiotic activity.[1][2]

Caprazamycins A, B, C, E, and F

References[edit]

  1. ^ Igarashi, Masayuki; Nakagawa, Naoko; Doi, Norio; Hattori, Seiko; Naganawa, Hiroshi; Hamada, Masa (2003). "Caprazamycin B, a Novel Anti-tuberculosis Antibiotic, from Streptomyces sp". The Journal of Antibiotics. 56 (6): 580. doi:10.7164/antibiotics.56.580. PMID 12931868.
  2. ^ Takahashi, Yoshiaki; Igarashi, Masayuki; Miyake, Toshiaki; Soutome, Hiromi; Ishikawa, Kanae; Komatsuki, Yasuhiro; Koyama, Yoshiko; Nakagawa, Naoko; Hattori, Seiko; Inoue, Kunio; Doi, Norio; Akamatsu, Yuzuru (2013). "Novel semisynthetic antibiotics from caprazamycins A–G: Caprazene derivatives and their antibacterial activity". The Journal of Antibiotics. 66 (3): 171. doi:10.1038/ja.2013.9. PMID 23532021.