Corynebacterium gottingense 99221/2016 is a mesophilic, gram-positive, rod-shaped human pathogen that forms circular colonies and was isolated from blood of a clinical patient.
- human pathogen
- 16S sequence
- genome sequence
- Information on the name and the taxonomic classification.Name and taxonomic classification
- Information on morphological and physiological propertiesMorphology
- Information on culture and growth conditionsCulture and growth conditions
- Information on physiology and metabolismPhysiology and metabolism
- Information on isolation source, the sampling and environmental conditionsIsolation, sampling and environmental information
- Information on possible application of the strain and its possible interaction with e.g. potential hostsSafety information
- Information on genomic background e.g. entries in nucleic sequence databassSequence information
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#42346 Leibniz Institut DSMZ-Deutsche Sammlung von Mikroorganismen und Zellkulturen GmbH ; Curators of the DSMZ; DSM 103494
#65271 Ewelina Atasayar, Ortrud Zimmermann, Cathrin Spröer, Peter Schumann, Uwe Groß: Corynebacterium gottingense sp. nov., isolated from a clinical patient. IJSEM 67: 4494 - 4499 2017 ( DOI 10.1099/ijsem.0.002322 )
#66792 Julia Koblitz, Joaquim Sardà, Lorenz Christian Reimer, Boyke Bunk, Jörg Overmann: Automatically annotated for the DiASPora project (Digital Approaches for the Synthesis of Poorly Accessible Biodiversity Information) .
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