JCM Catalogue

Rhodococcus sp.

Taxonomy in NCBI database: Bacteria; Actinomycetota; Actinomycetes; Mycobacteriales; Nocardiaceae.

7475 <-- NCIB 9159 <-- CCM 279 <-- P. H. H. Gray.
Accessioned in 1989.
=ATCC 19370 =CBS 611.67 =CCM 279 =DSM 44596 =NCIMB 9159 =VKM Ac-859.
Rhodococcus erythropolis.
Nocardia globerula.
Medium: 43;  Temperature: 28°C; Rehydration fluid: 656.

Numerical taxonomy: [486,2327].
Phylogeny: 16S rRNA gene (FR749915), gyrB (AB014249).
Taxonomy: [486].
Genome sequence: VNIQ00000000.
More information: Type strain of Nocardia globerula [596]; The 16S rRNA gene sequence shows an affiliation with the genus Rhodococcus (99.9% similarity against Rhodococcus globerulus) [9444].
NCBI Assembly ID: GCA_008125105 (GenBank), GCF_008125105 (RefSeq).
BacDive ID: 131828.
NCBI Taxonomy ID: 1818.

Patent publication(s) using this strain [WO2007/004639].
 Related information on delivery / use of the strain
Biosafety level 1
Terms and conditions Not applicable
Export control (1) No
Distribution control in Japan (2) No
Genetically modified microorganism No
Technical information -
Additional information -
 (1) in complying with the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law of Japan
 (2) in complying with the Plant Protection Law of Japan

 Delivery category
Domestic A (Freeze-dried or L-dried culture) or C (Actively growing culture on request)
Overseas A (Freeze-dried or L-dried culture) or C (Actively growing culture on request)

Viability and purity assays of this product were performed at the time of production as part of quality control. The authenticity of the culture was confirmed by analyzing an appropriate gene sequence, e.g., the 16S rRNA gene for prokaryotes, the D1/D2 region of LSU rRNA gene, the ITS region of the nuclear rRNA operon, etc. for eukaryotes. The characteristics and/or functions of the strain appearing in the catalogue are based on information from the corresponding literature and JCM does not guarantee them.
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