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Abstract

Mutations () leading to non-production of the new calcium-dependent antibiotic (CDA) of A3(2) were closely linked on the chromosome. One representative mutation () was mapped precisely between and . No cosynthesis of CDA was found in any pairwise combinations of 14 mutants. Mutations lacking aerial mycelium (bald mutations), mapping to the four previously described loci (), were pleiotropically defective in production of CDA.

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