PMID: 6714855Jan 1, 1984

Compounds isolated at the Department of Biogenesis of Natural Substances, Institute of Microbiology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, in 1954-1983

Folia Microbiologica
M PodojilZ Vanĕk


Substances studied at this department in 1954-1983 are reviewed; a total of 226 compounds are characterized in a tabular form. They include natural compounds as well as those prepared by biotransformation, by semisynthetic and synthetic methods.


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