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Antibiotics pp 671-673 | Cite as

Protoanemonin

  • Paul G. Caltrider

Abstract

Protoanemonin is an antibiotic substance produced mainly by species of Ranunculacea. Reports of its presence are in the following references: Boas (1934), Zechner and Wohlmuth (1954), Kipping (1935), Shearer (1938), Baer et al. (1946), Herz et al. (1951), Bernard and Metzger (1960) and Tashkov et al. (1961).

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Pyruvic Acid Antibiotic Activity Shigella Dysenteriae Antibiotic Substance Cytopathogenic Effect 
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