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IHEM species details

Last data update: 17 August 2019 04:20 CEST  

Species name: Aureobasidium sp.
Type of organism: Fungi
Medium: Medium S10, PDA, ME


3 strain(s) found - displaying strain(s) 1 through 3

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Strain number: IHEM 6041   Add to cart
Name changes: Aureobasidium melanogenum ((Hermanides-Nijhof) Zalar P.)
Aureobasidium pullulans var. pullulans ((de Bary) Arnaud)
Acronyms: ATCC 62921, MUCL 38722, NRRL Y-2311
History: NRRL -> 1991, IHEM
Applications: produces xylanases (Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 52: 1026-1030, 1986; Biotechnol. Bioeng. Symp. 14: 225-240, 1984), ß-xylanase, p-nitrophenyl xylosidase, alpha-L- arabinofuranosidase and acetyl esterase (Process Biochem. 26: 343-348, 1991); degradation of xylan from dissolving pulp (Biotechnol. Lett. 15: 1269-1274, 1993); nucleotide sequence of xynA, GenBank U10298 (Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 60: 3160-3166, 1994)

 

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Strain number: IHEM 18556   Add to cart
Name changes: Aureobasidium pullulans ((de Bary) Arnaud)
Aureobasidium pullulans (de Bary) Arnaud var. melanogenum Hermanides-Nijhof
Acronyms: ATCC 15233, QM 279c, CBS 249.65, CECT 2657, IMI 045533
Original substratum: painted wood
Geographic Origin: Costa Rica
History: R.E. Klausmeier -> E.G. Simmons QM -> 1965, CBS -> 2001, IHEM
Applications: testing fungus resistance of plastics, ASTM Std. D-1924
Literature: Stud Mycol 15 (1977), 158

 

Strain number: IHEM 18870   Add to cart
Name changes: Aureobasidium melanogenum ((Hermanides-Nijhof) Zalar P.)
Original substratum: human ear
Pathogenicity (underlying disease): tumefaction
Geographic Origin: France, Paris
Isolator: Children Hospital Necker Paris
History: -> 2001, IHEM

 

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