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Abstract

Summary: Cytochalasin A inhibited growth of and and increased motility of the latter. Both cytochalasins A and D have antifungal properties, inducing branching and, at higher concentrations, swelling of hyphal tips in Cytochalasin B showed neither antibacterial nor antifungal activity. The observed antimicrobial effects of cytochalasins A and D are discussed in relation to those of related antibiotics.

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1972-07-01
2019-12-13
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