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7949 Parenti  F, Beretta  G, Berti  M, Arioli  V,     ( 1978 )

Teichomycins, new antibiotics from Actinoplanes teichomyceticus Nov. Sp. I. Description of the producer strain, fermentation studies and biological properties.

The Journal of antibiotics 31 (4)
PMID : 659325 DOI  :   10.7164/antibiotics.31.276    
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A soil isolate of Actinoplanes that produces the chemically unrelated new antibiotics teichomycins A1 and A2 has been proposed as a new species named Actinoplanes teichomyceticus nov. sp. (ATCC 31121). Studies of medium and fermentation conditions indicated that the highest antibiotic titers, ca 900 u/ml, are obtained in a medium containing 1% (w/v) glucose, 1% cotton seed meal, 1% malt extract, and 0.4% yeast extract. Both teichomycin A1 and teichomycin A2 are highly active against gram-positive bacteria. Teichomycin A1 shows some activity against gram-negative bacteria. Both antibiotics cured mice experimentally infected with sensitive bacteria and showed low acute toxicity. Of the two antibiotics teichomycin A2 is the more active.
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22344 Wink  JM, Kroppenstedt  RM, Schumann  P, Seibert  G, Stackebrandt  E,     ( 2006 )

Actinoplanes liguriensis sp. nov. and Actinoplanes teichomyceticus sp. nov.

International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 56 (Pt 9)
PMID : 16957109 DOI  :   10.1099/ijs.0.64240-0    
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The taxonomic status of 'Actinoplanes liguriae' A/6353 and 'Actinoplanes teichomyceticus' AB8327 was established by using a polyphasic approach. Strains A/6353 and AB8327 form distinct phylogenetic lineages in the 16S rRNA gene tree of members of the genus Actinoplanes and are related moderately and closely to Actinoplanes rectilineatus and Actinoplanes cyaneus, respectively. Morphological, cultural and physiological properties indicated that strains A/6353 and AB8327 represent separate, novel species of the genus Actinoplanes, Actinoplanes liguriensis sp. nov. (type strain A/6353(T)=FH 2244(T)=DSM 43865(T)=ATCC 31048(T)=BCRC 12121(T)=CBS 355.75(T)=IMSNU 22127(T)=JCM 3250(T)=KCTC 9536(T)=KCC A-0250(T)=NBRC 13997(T)=NCIMB 12636(T)=NRRL B-16723(T)=SANK 62178(T)) and Actinoplanes teichomyceticus sp. nov. (type strain AB8327(T)=FH 2149(T)=DSM 43866(T)=ATCC 31121(T)=BCRC 12106(T)=FERM P-3462(T)=IMSNU 20043(T)=IMET 9254(T)=JCM 3252(T)=KCC A-0252(T)=KCTC 9543(T)=NBRC 13999(T)=NCIMB 12640(T)=NRRL B-16726(T)=SANK 60479(T)).
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