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Haliangicin, a novel antifungal metabolite produced by a marine myxobacterium. 1. Fermentation and biological characteristics.

Haliangicin, a novel beta-methoxyacrylate antibiotic with a conjugated tetraene moiety, was isolated from the culture broth of a marine myxobacterium. A bacterium tentatively named as Haliangium luteum required 2-3% NaCl for the growth and production of haliangicin. Haliangicin inhibits the growth of a wide spectrum of fungi but was inactive against bacteria. In mitochondrial respiratory chains, haliangicin interfered the electron flow within the cytochrome b-c1 segment.[1]


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