JCM Catalogue

Streptomyces rochei Berger et al. 1953

Taxonomy in NCBI database: Bacteria; Actinomycetota; Actinomycetes; Kitasatosporales; Streptomycetaceae.

9088 <-- VKM Ac-130 <-- INMI 40-31.
Accessioned in 1993.
=ATCC 43682 =CGMCC 4.1586 =DSM 41454 =INMI 40-31 =NBRC 100763 =NRRL B-16365 =VKM Ac-130.
Streptomyces enissocaesilis.
"Actinomyces enissocaesilis".
Medium: 81;  Temperature: 28°C; Rehydration fluid: 656.

Source: Soil, Pamir, USSR [1274].
Biochemistry/Physiology: [1274,2363].
Phylogeny: 16S rRNA gene (AB249930, DQ026641); Multilocus sequence analysis (atpD (KT384541), gyrB (KT384890), recA (KT385239), rpoB (KT388860), trpB (KT389210)) [13336].
Genome sequence: BAAAUD010000000.
More information: Type strain of Streptomyces enissocaesilis [371,2363].
NCBI Assembly ID: GCA_039533765 (GenBank).
BacDive ID: 16190.
NCBI Taxonomy ID: 332589.

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Genetically modified microorganism No
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