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Fig. 1 | Microbial Cell Factories

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From: Identification of novel tylosin analogues generated by a wblA disruption mutant of Streptomyces ansochromogenes

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Effects of wblA disruption on the phenotype and morphological differentiation of S. ansochromogenes 7100. Observations on the phenotype of S. ansochromogenes 7100 and its derivatives from both sides of the plate (a, b), and the scanning electron micrographs of the mycelia and spores (c). (I): ΔwblA, (II): S. ansochromogenes 7100, (III): complemented strain by integrating a copy of wblA into the chromosome of ΔwblA, (IV): the control strain by integrating pSET152 vector into the chromosome of ΔwblA

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