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  • Amycolatopsis stemonae sp. nov., isolated from a Thai medicinal plant. [Journal Article]
    Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2015; 65(11):3894-3899Klykleung N, Tanasupawat S, … Kudo T
  • A novel actinomycete, strain ST1-08T, was isolated from the stem of Stemona sp. in Thailand. The taxonomic position of this isolate was determined by using a polyphasic approach. Strain ST1-08T contained meso-diaminopimelic acid in the cell-wall peptidoglycan, and arabinose and galactose as diagnostic sugars of the whole-cell hydrolysate, which are typical properties of members of the genus Amyco…
  • [Proposed neotype Streptomyces ruber (Krainsky, 1914) Waksman et Henrici, 1948]. [Journal Article]
    Mikrobiologiia 1987 Mar-Apr; 56(2):294-302Kuznetsov VD, Filippova SN, Poltorak VA
  • Culture 78 was proposed as a neotype of Streptomyces ruber. It was isolated from the soils of the Baikal region and was closest, in its taxonomic properties, to the original description of the species [13] whose representative had been lost. Cultures from different microbial collections designated as S. ruber were shown to be unlike the original description. The neotype had the following taxononi…
  • Occurrence of Bacillus cereus and the Bacteriological Quality of Chinese "Take-Out" Foods. [Journal Article]
    J Food Prot 1978; 41(6):450-454Schiemann DA
  • One hundred sixty-five samples of various foods were collected from 24 different Chinese take-out restaurants for bacteriological examination which included enumeration of Bacillus cereus by three media, MYP, KG and blood agars. Blood agar was less selective but no quantitative differences in recovery were apparent. Twenty-eight samples (15%) yielded B. cereus in excess of 100 per gram, and 20 of…
  • [Description of Streptomyces malvinense nov. sp. isolated from the soil of Islas Malvinas]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Asoc Argent Microbiol 1977 Jan-Apr; 9(1):17-21Cercós AP
  • In the course of a study on antibiotic activity of microorganisms isolated from soil samples from Port Stanley, Islas Malvinas, Argentina, four thermophilic Actinomycetes were sudied. The four strains had the same morphological and physiological characteristics. The new species belonged to Seccion Rectiflexibilis genus Streptomyces and had the following characteristics: sporophores straight, roun…
    Appl Microbiol 1965; 13:335-9VADEHRA DV, HARMON LG
  • The activity of the lipase(s) of two strains of coagulase-positive Staphylococcus aureus was determined in milk fat incubated at 15, 22, and 30 C for 8 days. Total fat hydrolysis was measured by acid degree values (ADV). Neutral lipids were separated into component groups on a Florisil column. Free fatty acids were determined by temperature-programmed gas-liquid chromatography. The ADV were 25 to…
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