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Erratum to: Pseudomonas sfluorescens SBW25 produces furanomycin, a non-proteinogenic amino acid with selective antimicrobial properties

The Original Article was published on 20 May 2013

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    Trippe K, McPhail K, Armstrong D, Azevedo M, Banowetz G: Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 produces furanomycin, a non-proteinogenic amino acid with selective antimicrobial properties. BMC Microbiology. 2013, 13: 111-10.1186/1471-2180-13-111.

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Examples of the observed effects of

Additional file 1: P. fluorescens SBW25 culture filtrate on the growth of lawns of selected bacterial strains. Images of representative agar diffusion assays are shown for five strains of plant pathogens that were sensitive to the filtrate and one representative of strains that did not respond to the filtrate (lower right corner). (PDF 3 MB)

H NMR spectrum of the purified ninhydrin-reactive fraction containing L-furanomycin.

Additional file 2: 1H NMR spectrum of the purified ninhydrin-reactive fraction containing L-furanomycin.(PDF 72 KB)

C NMR spectrum of the purified ninhydrin-reactive fraction containing L-furanomycin.

Additional file 3: 13C NMR spectrum of the purified ninhydrin-reactive fraction containing L-furanomycin.(PDF 71 KB)

Effects of selected amino acids on the antimicrobial activity of

Additional file 4: P. fluorescens SBW25 culture filtrate. Images of representative agar diffusion assay plates are shown for assays in which the indicated amino acids were added to P. fluorescens SBW25 culture filtrate at a final concentration of 10 mM, and aliquots of the resulting solutions were then tested for antimicrobial activity against Dickeya dadantii. (PDF 2 MB)

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Additional file 5: Specificity of the Chrome Azurol assay. Quantitative data for the reactions of the Cu and Fe ChromeAzurol reagents with various known compounds are shown. (PDF 52 KB)

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Additional file 6: Additional tests of the specificity of the Chrome Azurol assay. Quantitative data for the reactions of the Cu and Fe ChromeAzurol reagents with various additional known compounds are shown. (PDF 51 KB)

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Trippe, K., McPhail, K., Armstrong, D. et al. Erratum to: Pseudomonas sfluorescens SBW25 produces furanomycin, a non-proteinogenic amino acid with selective antimicrobial properties. BMC Microbiol 13, 263 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2180-13-263

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