Strain identifier

BacDive ID: 6149

Type strain: Yes

Species: Acidihalobacter aeolianus

Strain Designation: V6

Culture col. no.: DSM 14174, JCM 32253

Strain history: E. Watkin; Curtin Univ., Australia <-- DSM 14174 <-- P. R. Norris; Univ. Warwick, UK; V6.

NCBI tax ID(s): 2792603 (species)

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Acidihalobacter aeolianus V6 is an aerobe, halotolerant, chemolithoautotroph bacterium that was isolated from acidic, salty water.

  1. Gram-negative
  2. motile
  3. rod-shaped
  4. aerobe
  5. chemolithoautotroph
  6. halotolerant
  7. 16S sequence
  8. Bacteria
  9. genome sequence
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  • [Ref.: #5241] Culture collection no. DSM 14174, JCM 32253
    [Ref.: #75636] *
    Literature:
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    Phylogeny Genome-based classification of two halotolerant extreme acidophiles, Acidihalobacter prosperus V6 (=DSM 14174 =JCM 32253) and 'Acidihalobacter ferrooxidans' V8 (=DSM 14175 =JCM 32254) as two new species, Acidihalobacter aeolianus sp. nov. and Acidihalobacter ferrooxydans sp. nov., respectively. Khaleque HN, Gonzalez C, Kaksonen AH, Boxall NJ, Holmes DS, Watkin ELJ Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 10.1099/ijsem.0.003313 2019 *
    Prediction and Inferred Evolution of Acid Tolerance Genes in the Biotechnologically Important Acidihalobacter Genus. Boase K, Gonzalez C, Vergara E, Neira G, Holmes D, Watkin E Front Microbiol 10.3389/fmicb.2022.848410 2022 *

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