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Aurachin SS, a new antibiotic from Streptomyces sp. NA04227

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This work was financially supported by NSFC (81522042, 21572100, 81421091, 81500059, 81673333, 21672101, 21661140001 and SBK2015022152).

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    • Mei Zhang
    • , Cheng Long Yang
    • , Yong Sheng Xiao
    • , Bo Zhang
    • , Xin Zhao Deng
    • , Li Yang
    • , Jing Shi
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    • , Wei Li
    • , Rui Hua Jiao
    • , Ren Xiang Tan
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