Strain identifier

BacDive ID: 157

Type strain: Yes

Species: Actinomyces viscosus

Culture col. no.: DSM 43327, ATCC 15987, CCUG 14476, NCTC 10951, WVU 745, NIH T-6, JCM 8353, CCUG 35450, CECT 488, CIP 103147, KCTC 15382, NBIMCC 71

Strain history: CIP <- 1988, NCTC <- 1974, ATCC <- A. Howel, NIH: strain Jr. T-6, Odontomyces viscosus <- H.V. Jordan

NCBI tax ID(s): 1656 (species)

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Actinomyces viscosus DSM 43327 is an anaerobe, Gram-positive, rod-shaped animal pathogen that was isolated from periodontal disease in hamsters.

  1. Gram-positive
  2. rod-shaped
  3. anaerobe
  4. animal pathogen
  5. 16S sequence
  6. Bacteria
  7. genome sequence
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  • [Ref.: #10957] Culture collection no. DSM 43327, ATCC 15987, CCUG 14476, NCTC 10951, WVU 745, NIH T-6, JCM 8353, CCUG 35450, CECT 488, CIP 103147, KCTC 15382, NBIMCC 71
    [Ref.: #69839] *
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    Pathogenicity A comparative assessment of the antibacterial activity of root canal sealers on 2 Actinomyces species: An in vitro study. Pawinska M, Luczaj-Cepowicz E, Szczurko G, Kierklo A, Marczuk-Kolada G, Leszczynska K Adv Clin Exp Med 10.17219/acem/78022 2019 *
    Pathogenicity Comparative evaluation of antimicrobial activity of three cements: new endodontic cement (NEC), mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) and Portland. Hasan Zarrabi M, Javidi M, Naderinasab M, Gharechahi M J Oral Sci 10.2334/josnusd.51.437 2009 *
    Pathogenicity Antibacterial effects of three experimental quaternary ammonium salt (QAS) monomers on bacteria associated with oral infections. Xiao YH, Chen JH, Fang M, Xing XD, Wang H, Wang YJ, Li F J Oral Sci 10.2334/josnusd.50.323 2008 *
    Pathogenicity Evaluation of the antimicrobial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory activities of hydroxychavicol for its potential use as an oral care agent. Sharma S, Khan IA, Ali I, Ali F, Kumar M, Kumar A, Johri RK, Abdullah ST, Bani S, Pandey A, Suri KA, Gupta BD, Satti NK, Dutt P, Qazi GN Antimicrob Agents Chemother 10.1128/AAC.00045-08 2008 *
    Cultivation [Initial study on discrimination of oral microorganisms with the metabonomics technique]. Li M, Xiao LY, Li JY, Kong XL, Yu JH, Zhou JL, Xiao XR, Zhu Z, Gong QM, Li W Hua Xi Kou Qiang Yi Xue Za Zhi 2007 *
    Pathogenicity Antibacterial activities of inorganic agents on six bacteria associated with oral infections by two susceptibility tests. Fang M, Chen JH, Xu XL, Yang PH, Hildebrand HF Int J Antimicrob Agents 10.1016/j.ijantimicag.2006.01.008 2006 *
    Pathogenicity Age-related changes in salivary antibodies to commensal oral and gut biota. Percival RS, Marsh PD, Challacombe SJ Oral Microbiol Immunol 10.1111/j.1399-302x.1997.tb00367.x 1997 *
    Pathogenicity Serum antibodies to commensal oral and gut bacteria vary with age. Percival RS, Marsh PD, Challacombe SJ FEMS Immunol Med Microbiol 10.1111/j.1574-695X.1996.tb00356.x 1996 *
    Phylogeny Characterization of Actinomyces with genomic DNA fingerprints and rRNA gene probes. Bowden G, Johnson J, Schachtele C J Dent Res 10.1177/00220345930720080201 1993 *
    Enzymology The effect of ofloxacin on experimental periodontitis in hamsters infected with Actinomyces viscosus ATCC 15987. Kametaka S, Miyazaki T, Inoue Y, Hayashi S, Takamori A, Miyake Y, Suginaka H J Periodontol 10.1902/jop.1989.60.5.285 1989 *

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