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LMG species details

Last data update: 24 April 2019 04:18 CEST  

Species name: Acinetobacter bereziniae Nemec, Musílek, Sedo, De Baere, Maixnerová, van der Reijden, Zdráhal, Vaneechoutte and Dijkshoorn 2010 VP

 

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

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Strain Number: LMG 1003   Add to cart
Other collections' numbers: ATCC 17924; Bouvet and Grimont 69; Brisou 64; CECT 442; CIP 70.12; Dijkshoorn serial no. 92; Hugh 2380; LMG 10602; NCDC KC724; NCIB 9019; RUH 2224
Restrictions: Opportunistic pathogen
Status: Type strain
Biological origin: Human, wound
Depositor: National Collection of Industrial, Food and Marine Bacteria, Ltd. (NCIMB)
History: <- 1966, National Collection of Industrial, Food and Marine Bacteria, Ltd. (NCIMB) (Achromobacter anitratum) <- 1959, J.Brisou (Acinetobacter anitratum)
Conditions for growth: Medium 1, 4, 7, 30°C
Remarks: Culture contains two stable colony types giving identical gelelectrophoretic protein profiles (SDS-PAGE)
Nucleotide sequences & references: View related nucleotide sequences and references on StrainInfo website.
Strain Number: LMG 10600   Add to cart
Other collections' numbers: ATCC 51550; Dijkshoorn serial no. 90; RUH 2222; Tjernberg and Ursing 198
Restrictions: Opportunistic pathogen
Biological origin: human, urine
Geographic origin: Malmö Sweden
Depositor: Dijkshoorn L., Dep. of Clinical Microbiology Rotterdam University Hospital
History: <- 1990, Dijkshoorn L., Dep. of Clinical Microbiology Rotterdam University Hospital (Acinetobacter sp.) <- I.Tjernberg Dep. of Medical Microbiology University of Lund Malmö General Hospital Sweden <- isolated at Dep. of Medical Microbiology University of Lund Malmö General Hospital Sweden
Conditions for growth: Medium 1, 4, 7, 30°C
Nucleotide sequences & references: View related nucleotide sequences and references on StrainInfo website.
Strain Number: LMG 10601   Add to cart
Other collections' numbers: Dijkshoorn serial no. 91; RUH 2223; Tjernberg and Ursing 113:2
Restrictions: Opportunistic pathogen
Biological origin: human, wound
Geographic origin: Malmö Sweden
Depositor: Dijkshoorn L., Dep. of Clinical Microbiology Rotterdam University Hospital
History: <- 1990, Dijkshoorn L., Dep. of Clinical Microbiology Rotterdam University Hospital (Acinetobacter sp.) <- I.Tjernberg Dep. of Medical Microbiology University of Lund Malmö General Hospital Sweden <- isolated at Dep. of Medical Microbiology University of Lund Malmö General Hospital Sweden
Conditions for growth: Medium 1, 4, 7, 30°C
Nucleotide sequences & references: View related nucleotide sequences and references on StrainInfo website.
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