Physiology and biochemistry of streptomycetes. X. Biological degradation of paromomycin and alkaline phosphatase activity depending on antibiotic production by Streptomyces albus var. metamycinus nov. var

Zeitschrift für allgemeine Mikrobiologie
B LiebermannG Reuter

Abstract

After adding 14C-paromomycin to the fermentation broth we observed a varying course of decomposition of the antibiotic, which is dependent on the intensity of paromomycin biosynthesis running simultaneously. At a reduced rate of antibiotic biosynthesis, the activity of alkaline phosphatase is lower than with an increased rate of production. This applies for mycelium as well as for broth.

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Paromomycin Sulfate (2: 5)
Streptomyces

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