Strain identifier

BacDive ID: 23185

Type strain: Yes

Species: Desulfotomaculum defluvii

Strain Designation: A5LFS102

Culture col. no.: DSM 23699, JCM 14036, MTCC 7767

Strain history: T. Chakraborti <-- K. Suresh 5LFS102.

NCBI tax ID(s): 369958 (species)

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Desulfotomaculum defluvii A5LFS102 is an anaerobe, spore-forming, mesophilic bacterium that was isolated from wet compost with black precipitate from the subsurface of a landfill.

  1. Gram-negative
  2. rod-shaped
  3. spore-forming
  4. anaerobe
  5. mesophilic
  6. 16S sequence
  7. Bacteria
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  • [Ref.: #19339] Culture collection no. DSM 23699, JCM 14036, MTCC 7767
    [Ref.: #20218] Associated Passport(s) in StrainInfo 887279, 887280, 887281
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    Desulfotomaculum defluvii sp. nov., a sulfate-reducing bacterium isolated from the subsurface environment of a landfill. Krishnamurthi S, Spring S, Kumar PA, Mayilraj S, Klenk HP, Suresh K Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 10.1099/ijs.0.047662-0 2012 Base Composition, DNA, Bacterial/genetics, Desulfotomaculum/*classification/genetics/isolation & purification, Fatty Acids/analysis, India, Molecular Sequence Data, *Phylogeny, RNA, Ribosomal, 16S/genetics, *Refuse Disposal, Sequence Analysis, DNA, Sulfates/metabolism, Vitamin K 2/analogs & derivatives/analysis Phylogeny Genetics *

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