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Species name: Acremonium chrysogenum (Thirumalachar & Sukapure) W. Gams
Synonyms: Cephalosporium chrysogenum Thirumalachar & Sukapure
Type of organism: Fungi
Medium: Medium S10, PDA, ME, 25°C


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Strain number: IHEM 10239   Add to cart
Acronyms: IMI 049137, ATCC 11550, CBS 779.69, CECT 2723, DSM 880, MUCL 18474
Original substratum: seawater
Geographic Origin: Italy, Sardinia
History: G. Brotzu -> K. Crawford -> 1952, IMI -> CBS -> 1997, IHEM
Applications: Production of protease (J. Ferment. Technol. 50: 592, 810 and 816, 1972; ibid., 53 : 99, 1975), alkaline protease (Agric. Biol. Chem. 55, 471-477, 1991), deacetoxycephalosporin C (US Pat. 3,979,260) and single-cell protein from cassava (Conserv. Recycl. 5 : 33-40, 1982); transformation host (Curr. Genet. 18 : 523-530, 1990); produces cephalosporin P, N and C
Literature: J Ferment Technol 55 (1997), 27-36

Appl Microbiol 22 (1971), 919-920

Appl Microbiol 19 (1991), 73-76

W. Gams, in 'Cephalosporium -artige Schimmelpilze (Hyphomycetes)', Gustav Fischer Verlag (1971), 262

 

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