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Ill. Conclusion The present compilation is undoubtedly very incomplete since it is based solely on published information. Unfortunately, as we all know, PRODUCTION OF SAME ANTIBIOTICS BY DIFFERENT GENERA 43 not all the research done in the field of antibiotics is necessarily published. Indeed, to write a paper just to say that an already known substance has been rediscovered among the products of a different organism is hardly an exciting prospect. As far as I kgow, there is only the unique case of the antibiotic citrinin which is known to be obtained both from a higher plant and microorganisms.

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