Streptonivicin, a new antibiotic. II. Isolation and characterization

Hoeksema, H.; Bergy, M.E.; Jackson, W.G.; Shell, J.W.; Hinman, J.W.; Fonken, A.E.; Boyack, G.A.; Caron, E.L.; Ford, J.H.; Devries, W.H.; Crum, G.F.

Antibiotics and ChemoTherapy 6(2): 143-148

1956


ISSN/ISBN: 0570-3123
PMID: 24543917
Document Number: 15025
Streptonivicin is a dibasic acid having the approximate formula C30-32H38-42-N2011-12. It is distinguished from known antibiotics by melting points, optical rotation, ultraviolet and infrared spectra, crystallographic properties, and potentiometric titration. Streptonivicin is more soluble in basic than in acid solutions. The acid solutions, however, are more stable. Numerous salts of streptonivicin have been prepared.

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Streptonivicin, a new antibiotic. II. Isolation and characterization