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SUMMARY: The antibiotic whose biosynthesis is determined by the SCP1 plasmid of A3(2) has been characterized as the recently described methylenomycin A (2-methylene-cyclopentan-3-one-4, 5-epoxy-4, 5-dimethyl-1-carboxylic acid).

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