By E. P. Abraham, G. G. F. Newton (auth.), David Gottlieb, Paul D. Shaw (eds.)
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W. ROBBINS, and H. E. CARTER: The biosynthesis of chloramphenicol. II. Acetylation of p-nitrophenylserinol. J. Bacteriol. 72, 153 (1956). GWATKIN, R. , and D. GOTTLIEB: Mutants recovered after exposure of streptomyces venezuelae to X-rays. J. Bacteriol. 71, 328 (1956). , and D. GOTTLIEB: The dynamics of chloramphenicol synthesis. Antibiotics & Chemotherapy 3, 809 (1953). McLEAN, I. , J. L. SCHWAB, A. B. HILLEGAS, and A. S. SCHLINGMAN: Susceptibility of microorganisms to chloramphenicol (chloromycetin).
The amount of antibiotic that can be 20 40 60 80 100 HOURS synthesized in a specific medium, by a Fig. 4. The effect of the addition of chloramphenicol at various time intervals strain of S. venezuelae, seems fixed and during the growth of S. venezuelae on the probably is regulated by a feedback subsequent production of the antibiotic mechanism (LEGATOR and GOTTLIEB, 1953). A strain which under certain conditions produced 60 fLg/ml of medium was limited to this total concentration by the amount already in the culture.
CH -CH a I fN:CCH 2-CH/ ~ A' I N I 0 CH 2 t OH CH a CHa CHs (a) (b) Fig. 1. Aspergillic acid The chemical nomenclature of aspergillic acid is simpler if it is described as the N-oxide (Fig. 1 b), 3-isobutyl-6-sec-butyl-2-hydroxypyrazine-1-oxide, and its structure is sometimes given as in Fig. 1 b. DUTCHER (1947a) showed that aspergillic acid behaved like a hydroxamic acid and that the ultra-violet spectrum of aspergillic acid was similar to that of 2-hydroxypyrazine (oc-pyrazinone) which is known to exist mainly as the pyrazinone form in aqueous solution (CHEESEMAN, 1960).
Biosynthesis by E. P. Abraham, G. G. F. Newton (auth.), David Gottlieb, Paul D. Shaw (eds.)