JCM Catalogue

Halorubrum vacuolatum (Mwatha and Grant 1993) Kamekura et al. 1997

Taxonomy in NCBI database: Archaea; Euryarchaeota; Halobacteria; Haloferacales; Halorubraceae.

9060T <-- W. D. Grant M24.
Accessioned in 1993.
=ATCC 51376 =CGMCC 1.3563 =CIP 104547 =DSM 8800 =NCIMB 13189.
Natronobacterium vacuolatum.
Natronobacterium vacuolata.
Type strain [3367,3578].
Medium: 167;  Temperature: 37°C; Rehydration fluid: 306.

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Source: Brine from the Lake Magadi, Kenya [3367].
Biochemistry/Physiology: [3367].
Quinone: MK-8 [3367].
Polar lipid: [3367].
G+C (mol%): 62.7 (Tm) [3367].
DNA-DNA relatedness: [3367].
Phylogeny: 16S rRNA gene (D87972) [4247].
Other taxonomic data: Polyamine [3796].
Taxonomy: [4247].
Genome sequence: FZNQ00000000.
NCBI Taxonomy ID: 63740.

Publication(s) using this strain [B04087, B05078, A10175, A11179, B15295].
 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

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