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Abstract

ATCC 12598 and ATCC 25923 were starved of pyridine nucleotides and precursors and then grown in a semidefined medium containing [-C]nicotinamide. Samples of medium from late-exponential-phase and stationary-phase cultures were analyzed for C-metabolites. In all cases, V factor was present primarily as NAD.

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