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Antibiotic BMY 28662; Antibiotic BU 3845T
Quinaldopeptin is a quinomycin antibiotic isolated from an Amycolatopsis sp. with strong antimicrobial and cytotoxic activity. The symmetric cyclic peptide structure of Quinaldopeptin contains two intercalating naphtyl moieties which produce a bis-intercalation of DNA base pairs, creating DNA crosslinks and disturbing natural DNA processes. Quinaldopeptin is demonstrated to have high efficacy against gram-positive bacteria and cultured B16 melanoma cells. Quinaldopeptin is related to sandramycin and luzopeptins. Potential mode of action/Key words: Targeting DNA, DNA crosslinking, Antibiotic, Cytotoxic
Cfm Oskar Tropitzsch GmbH supplies unique molecules - in this case the cytotoxins for antibodies. These payloads are ultra-toxic drugs, i.e. cytotoxic and/or cytostatic molecules, effective at a low dosage and ...
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