Licheniformins
Title: Licheniformins
Literature References: Antibiotic substances produced by Bacillus licheniformis. Isoln: Callow et al., Br. J. Exp. Pathol. 28, 418 (1947). Separation of licheniformins A, B, and C: Callow, Work, Biochem. J. 51, 558 (1952). Mol wt as measured by sedimentation: licheniformin A, 4400; licheniformin B, 3800; and licheniformin C, 4800: Ogston, ibid. 51, 569 (1952).
Properties: All three constituents in the form of hydrochlorides are white, amorphous, slightly hygroscopic powders, melting with decompn at indefinite temperatures.

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