By E. P. Abraham, G. G. F. Newton (auth.), David Gottlieb, Paul D. Shaw (eds.)
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It should be stressed that the rapid incorporation of formate and glycine represents de novo synthesis of hadacidin. Control experiments demonstrated that hadacidin is a stable end-product of metabolism. The formyl group of preformed hadacidin did not exchange with radioactive formate added to a culture actively synthesizing hadacidin. Although N-hydroxyamino acids are found widespread as components of hydroxamic acids, free N-hydroxyamino acids have not been reported as cellular constituents. A search for traces of N-hydroxyglycine in extracts of P.