Strain identifier

BacDive ID: 5246

Type strain: Yes

Species: Shimwellia blattae

Strain Designation: 9005-74

Strain history: CIP <- 1996, PAD Grimont, Inst. Pasteur, Paris, France <- CDC: strain 9005-74 <- N.R.H. Burgess

NCBI tax ID(s): 630626 (strain), 563 (species)

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Shimwellia blattae 9005-74 is a facultative anaerobe, Gram-negative bacterium that was isolated from hindgut of cockroach.

  1. Gram-negative
  2. facultative anaerobe
  3. 16S sequence
  4. Bacteria
  5. genome sequence
  • Availability in culture collections External linksarrow_down
  • [Ref.: #1694] Culture collection no. DSM 4481, ATCC 29907, CIP 103175, CIP 104942, HAMBI 1692, JCM 1650, LMG 3030, NCTC 12127, CCUG 14803 B, CDC 9005-74, BCRC 15589, CCUG 14803, CGMCC 1.3440, JCM 24308, NBRC 105725, VTT E-042574
    [Ref.: #74736] *
    Literature:
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    Genetics Similarly in depression, nuances of gut microbiota: Evidences from a shotgun metagenomics sequencing study on major depressive disorder versus bipolar disorder with current major depressive episode patients. Rong H, Xie XH, Zhao J, Lai WT, Wang MB, Xu D, Liu YH, Guo YY, Xu SX, Deng WF, Yang QF, Xiao L, Zhang YL, He FS, Wang S, Liu TB J Psychiatr Res 10.1016/j.jpsychires.2019.03.017 2019 *
    Genetics Complete genome sequence of the B12-producing Shimwellia blattae strain DSM 4481, isolated from a cockroach. Brzuszkiewicz E, Waschkowitz T, Wiezer A, Daniel R J Bacteriol 10.1128/JB.00829-12 2012 *
    Phylogeny Gram-negative bacteria associated with brewery yeasts: reclassification of Obesumbacterium proteus biogroup 2 as Shimwellia pseudoproteus gen. nov., sp. nov., and transfer of Escherichia blattae to Shimwellia blattae comb. nov. Priest FG, Barker M Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 10.1099/ijs.0.013458-0 2009 *
    Genetics Insights into the genome of the enteric bacterium Escherichia blattae: cobalamin (B12) biosynthesis, B12-dependent reactions, and inactivation of the gene region encoding B12-dependent glycerol dehydratase by a new mu-like prophage. Andres S, Wiezer A, Bendfeldt H, Waschkowitz T, Toeche-Mittler C, Daniel R J Mol Microbiol Biotechnol 10.1159/000085788 2004 *

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