JCM Catalogue

Thermoclostridium stercorarium subsp. thermolacticum (Le Ruyet et al. 1988) Zhang et al. 2018

Taxonomy in NCBI database: Bacteria; Bacillota; Clostridia; Eubacteriales; Oscillospiraceae.

9324 <-- E. Uematsu <-- ATCC 43738 <-- DSM 2911 <-- P. Le Ruyet TC21.
Accessioned in 1994.
=ATCC 43738 =DSM 2911.
Clostridium stercorarium subsp. thermolacticum.
Clostridium thermolacticum.
Medium: 221;  Temperature: 60°C; Anaerobic; Rehydration fluid: 663.

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Morphology: [3486].
G+C (mol%): 42.3 (Tm) [4036].
Phylogeny: 16S rRNA gene (L09176, LC037223) [4036].
Other taxonomic data: Protein profile [3486].
More information: Utilization of cellulose and xylan [4036].
Production: Lactate from glucose and xylose [3486].
BacDive ID: 2734.
Genomic DNA is available from RIKEN BRC-DNA Bank: JGD12534.

 Related information on delivery / use of the strain
Biosafety level 1
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Export control (1) No
Distribution control in Japan (2) No
Genetically modified microorganism No
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 (2) in complying with the Plant Protection Law of Japan

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