Disulfide bonds are rare in bacterial natural products, and the mechanism of disulfide bond formation in those products is unknown. Here we characterize a gene and its product critical for a disulfide bond formation in FK228 anticancer depsipeptide in Chromobacterium violaceum. Deletion of depH drastically reduced FK228 production, whereas complementation of the depH-deletion mutant with a copy of depH on a medium copy-number plasmid not only fully restored the FK228 production but also significantly increased the FK228 yield. Purified 6xHis-tagged DepH fusion protein in native form is a homodimer of 71.0 kDa, with each monomer containing one molecule of FAD. DepH efficiently converts an immediate FK228 precursor to FK228 in the presence of NADP+. We conclude that DepH is an FAD-dependent pyridine nucleotide-disulfide oxidoreductase, specifically and efficiently catalyzing a disulfide bond formation in FK228.