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Table 1 Metabolite production of B. amyloliquefaciens GA1 detected by HPLC-ESI mass spectrometry

From: Bacillus amyloliquefaciens GA1 as a source of potent antibiotics and other secondary metabolites for biocontrol of plant pathogens

Metabolite Observed mass peak Assignment Reference
Surfactin 1030.8, 1046.8 [M+Na, K]+ C13-surfactin [28]
  1044.8, 1060.8 [M+Na, K]+ C14-surfactin [28]
  1058.8, 1074.8 [M+Na, K]+ C15-surfactin [28]
Fengycin 1471.9, 1487.9 [M+Na, K]+ Ala-6 C15-fengycin [28]
  1485.9, 1501.9 [M+Na, K]+ Ala-6 C16-fengycin [28]
  1499.9, 1515.9 [M+Na, K]+ Ala-6 C17-fengycin [28]
  1513.9, 1529.9 [M+Na, K]+ Val-6 C16-fengycin [28]
  1527.8, 1543.8 [M+Na, K]+ Val-6 C17-fengycin [28]
Iturin A 1066.1 [M+Na]+ C14-iturin A [28]
  1079.7 [M+Na]+ C15-iturin A [28]
Macrolactin 425.4 [M+Na]+ Macrolactin A28 [19]
  511.4 [M+Na]+ 7-o-malonyl macrolactin A [19]
  525.4 [M+Na]+ 7-o-succinyl macrolactin A [19]
  629.3 [M+H-H2O]+ Macrolactin D [19]
Difficidin 559.2 [M-H]- Oxydifficidin [18]
Bacillaene 583.5 [M+H]+ Bacillaene A [18]
  605.5 [M+Na]+ Bacillaene B [18]
Chlorotetaine 289.2 [M+H]+ Chlorotetaine (35Cl) [20]
  291.1 [M+H]+ Chlorotetaine (37Cl) [20]