Yersinia enterocolitica (Schleifstein and Coleman 1939) Frederiksen 1964
4780, Type strain dsm-4780 dsm4780 dsm 4780 Yersinia enterocolitica
Other collection no.
or WDCM no.:
or WDCM no.:
, ATCC 9610, CIP 80.27, NCTC 12982, WDCM 00038
described as serotype O:8 but DSMZ culture appears serologically rough
glanders-like infection of face
country of origin unknown
Date of sampling:
Nagoya Protocol Restrictions:
There are NO known Nagoya Protocol restrictions for this strain.
<- ATCC <- J.M. Coffey; 33114 (Bacterium enterocoliticum)
Genbank accession numbers:
16S rRNA gene: NR_041832
<- ATCC <- J.M. Coffey; 33114 (Bacterium enterocoliticum). Glanders-like infection of face; country of origin unknown; sampling date: before 31.08.1988. Serotype described as serotype O:8 but DSMZ culture appears serologically rough. Type strain. Taxonomy/description (1300, 3497). Sequence accession no. 16S rRNA gene: NR_041832. CRMOX positive; Esc and Sal negative after 24 h; no plasmid found; autoagglutination test negative; rough colonies. Quality control strain according to DIN 58959-7 and 58959-9 (6924), Quality control strain according to DIN 58959-7 and 58959-9 (16730). Biotype 1. According to literature (7666) this specific strain is described as biotype 1A. However, American origin, 16S rRNA sequence and biochemical features (no esculin hydrolyses and no acid production from salicin within 48h) group the strain into biotype 1B. No plasmid detected at DSMZ. (Medium 215, 30°C or Medium 535, 30°C or Medium 693, 30°C). Rehydrate and grow lyophilized cells from the ampoule in 5 ml liquid broth. Subsequent subculturing may be carried out in liquid medium or on agar plates.
For detailed information:
2 (classification according to German TRBA)
Act dealing with the prevention & control of infectious diseases in man (Infektionsschutzgesetz), Category A1
|Freeze Dried||90,- €|
|Active culture on request||210,- €|
|Price Category for this culture: 1|
Freight and handling charges will be added. See price list.
Note: Freight charges for Risk Group 2 microorganisms will apply.