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LMG species details

Last data update: 17 June 2019 04:17 CEST  

Species name: Franconibacter pulveris (Stephan, Van Trappen, Cleenwerck, Iversen, Joosten, Vos and Lehner 2008) Stephan, Grim, Gopinath, Mammel, Sathyamoorthy, Trach, Chase, Fanning and Tall 2014 VP
Objective synonyms: Cronobacter pulveris (Stephan, Van Trappen, Cleenwerck, Iversen, Joosten, Vos and Lehner 2008) Brady, Cleenwerck, Venter, Coutinho and De Vos 2013 VL
Enterobacter pulveris Stephan, Van Trappen, Cleenwerck, Iversen, Joosten, Vos and Lehner 2008 VP

 

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Strain Number: LMG 24057   Add to cart
Other collections' numbers: DSM 19144; JCM 16471; Stephan 601/05; strain E915
Genome sequenced strain: Yes
Restrictions: Biohazard group 1
Status: Type strain
Biological origin: fruit powder
Geographic origin: Zurich Switzerland
Depositor: Stephan R., University of Zürich, Institut of Foodsafety and -hygiene
History: <- 2007, Stephan R., University of Zürich, Institut of Foodsafety and -hygiene <- isolated at Institute for food safety and food hygiene University of Zurich. (2005)
Conditions for growth: Medium 14, 37°C
Nucleotide sequences & references: View related nucleotide sequences and references on StrainInfo website.
Strain Number: LMG 24058   Add to cart
Other collections' numbers: DSM 19146; Stephan 1160/04; strain E908
Restrictions: Biohazard group 1
Biological origin: fruit powder
Geographic origin: Zurich Switzerland
Depositor: Stephan R., University of Zürich, Institut of Foodsafety and -hygiene
History: <- 2007, Stephan R., University of Zürich, Institut of Foodsafety and -hygiene <- isolated at Institute for food safety and food hygiene University of Zurich. (2004)
Conditions for growth: Medium 14, 37°C
Nucleotide sequences & references: View related nucleotide sequences and references on StrainInfo website.
Strain Number: LMG 24059   Add to cart
Other collections' numbers: DSM 19145; strain E441
Restrictions: Biohazard group 1
Biological origin: milk powder
Geographic origin: Lausanne Switzerland
Depositor: Stephan R., University of Zürich, Institut of Foodsafety and -hygiene
History: <- 2007, Stephan R., University of Zürich, Institut of Foodsafety and -hygiene <- 2006, isolated at Nestle Research Centre Lausanne. (2003)
Conditions for growth: Medium 14, 37°C
Nucleotide sequences & references: View related nucleotide sequences and references on StrainInfo website.
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