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Anthracycline antibiotic 2-hydroxyaclacinomycins. I. 2-Hydroxyaclacinomycin-producing recombinant obtained from aclacinomycin-blocked mutants of Streptomyces galilaeus by a technique of protoplast fusion.

The technique of protoplast fusion which optimized prototrophic recombination in aclacinomycin-producing Streptomyces galilaeus was studied and applied to the construction of new anthracycline analog-producing recombinant upon genetic cross of two specific mutants blocked in aclacinomycin biosynthesis. Thus, 2-hydroxyaclacinomycin-producing recombinant was obtained by the protoplast fusion.[1]


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