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Name:
Rugosibacter aromaticivorans Corteselli et al. 2017
DSM No.:
103039, Type strain dsm-103039 dsm103039 dsm 103039 Rugosibacter aromaticivorans
Strain designation:
Ca6
Other collection no.
or WDCM no.:
ATCC TSD-59
Isolated from:
PAH contaminated soil from a former manufactured gas plant
Country:
United States of America
Charlotte, North Carolina
Date of sampling:
25.09.2000
Nagoya Protocol Restrictions:
There are NO known Nagoya Protocol restrictions for this strain.
History:
<- E. Corteselli, University of North Carolina, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Chapel Hill, USA; Ca6 <- D. R. Singleton, Univ. of North Carolina
Genbank accession numbers:
complete genome: CP101554
Cultivation conditions:
Medium 1622 , 28°C
or
Medium 830

incubation time 8-14 days, delivery time about 4 weeks. Forms tiny and transparent colonies which may be overlooked easily

Incubation time: 8-14 days

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Summary and
additional information:
<- E. Corteselli, University of North Carolina, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Chapel Hill, USA; Ca6 <- D. R. Singleton, Univ. of North Carolina. PAH contaminated soil from a former manufactured gas plant; USA, Charlotte, North Carolina. Type strain. Taxonomy/description (26609, 27523). Sequence accession no. complete genome: CP101554 (25806). Utilizes pyrene (25805). (Medium 830 or Medium 1622, 28°C). Incubation time 8-14 days, delivery time about 4 weeks. Forms tiny and transparent colonies which may be overlooked easily.
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Literature:
25805, 25806, 26609
Risk group:
1 (provisional classification by DSMZ)
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