JCM Catalogue

Methylophaga marina Janvier et al. 1985

Taxonomy in NCBI database: Bacteria; Pseudomonadota; Gammaproteobacteria; Thiotrichales; Piscirickettsiaceae.

6886T <-- T. Urakami TK 1101 <-- NCMB 2244 <-- F. Gasser 222.
Accessioned in 1987.
=ATCC 35842 =CIP 104551 =DSM 5689 =IAM 14932 =KCTC 2857 =NBRC 102421 =NCIMB 2244 =VKM B-2056.
Type strain [2547].
Medium: 127;  Temperature: 30°C; Rehydration fluid: 127.

Source: Marine mud.
Fatty acid: n-C16:1, i-C16:0, (3OH-C10:0) [2423].
Quinone: Q-8 [2416].
Enzyme electrophoretic profile: [2547].
G+C (mol%): 43 (Tm) [2547], 44.5 (HPLC) [2421].
DNA-DNA relatedness: [2547].
Phylogeny: 16S rRNA gene (X95459).
Other taxonomic data: Squalene [2416].
Genome sequence: BAAADG010000000.
More information: Utilizes methanol, monomethylamine [2421,2547]; Utilizes fructose [2547].
BacDive ID: 11903.
NCBI Taxonomy ID: 45495.

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