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New ansamycin analogues from the mutant strain of Streptomyces seoulensis

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This work was co-financed by the NSFC (81172948, 81121062, 21132004, 21302091 and 21072092) and MOST grants (2013AA092901, 2013AA092903 and 2012ZX09502001-004).

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    • , Shu-Feng Bi
    • , Rui-Hua Jiao
    • , Ren-Xiang Tan
    •  & Hui-Ming Ge

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