Streptonigrin is antibiotic that help fights against tumors and other viruses.
Rao and Cullen
Streptonigrin is an antitumor antibiotic metabolite that was first published by Rao and
Cullen in 1960. It was cocrystallized from a liquid extract from Streptomyces
flocculus. This antibiotic displays a broad spectrum of activity against cancers
in the human body, and also behaves as a weak acid.
Streptonigrin causes side effects such as disruption to the bone narrow, nausea, vomiting,
diarrhea, and hair loss.
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