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31. What is a type strain and how is this documented in the DSMZ catalogue?  
A type strain is defined in the “International Code of Nomenclature of Bacteria” as the “nomenclatural type of the species”, and is the "reference point" to which all other strains are…  
32. Why are there sometimes two risk groups stated for one organism: according to TRBA and ZKBS?  
In some cases the ZKBS (Central Committee on Biological Safety), the responsible organ for the classification of biological material in connection with genetic engineering, classifies an organism…  
33. We wish to store a strain we obtained from the DSMZ, what methods should we use?  
Once strains obtained from the DSMZ have been sub-cultured in a customer’s laboratory the methods used for long-term storage are best investigated in the customer’s laboratory. Since the DSMZ holds…  
34. A DSM number is cited in the literature but we cannot find the strain on the homepage. What is the reason?  
One reason may be that the strain has been lost or, after publication of the description, turned out not to show the characters given for the taxon. Another reason may be that the strain was…  
35. FAQ phage therapy  
Bacteriophages and phage therapy This DSMZ website will help to inform all those who are interested in phages and phage therapy. Please note: The DSMZ does not provide phages to private persons…  
36. Untreatable Infections  
In case of which bacteria is phage therapy not possible? Intracellular bacteria like Borrelia cannot be targeted by whole living phage particles as phages have to get in direct contact with the…  
37. ESA Strains  
 
38. DSMZ in the media - 2018  
Selection of articles from 2018 Pflanzenviren: Forschung im Kampf gegen den Hunger in Afrika (Gabot.de, 29.12.2018) Die Wiederentdeckung - Alte Wirkstoffe gegen neue…  
39. Escherichia coli  
Species                                                      …  
40. Digital Collection  
Digital Collection of the DSMZ Access to well-structured digital information about living organisms is of central importance for the future of biological and medical science. As one of the biggest…  
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