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1552     ( 1998 )

Union of the genera Microbacterium Orla-Jensen and Aureobacterium Collins et al. in a redefined genus Microbacterium.

International journal of systematic bacteriology 48 Pt 3 (N/A)
PMID : 9734028 DOI  :   10.1099/00207713-48-3-739    
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The 16S rRNA gene sequences of 19 strains, 11 strains representing validated Aureobacterium or Microbacterium species and eight strains of non-valid species or isolates, were determined. These sequences were aligned with the sequences of other validated Aureobacterium and Microbacterium species and related actinobacteria. A comparative sequence analysis of 43 strains revealed that the species of the genera Aureobacterium and Microbacterium form a monophyletic association in which species of both genera are intermixed. The high similarity in phylogenetic properties found in the species within both genera and the close relationship in physiological and chemotaxonomic features other than the diamino acid in the cell wall, provided strong evidence that the genera Aureobacterium and Microbacterium should be unified. An emended genus Microbacterium is proposed for the two combined genera. The following validated Aureobacterium species were combined to the genus Microbacterium: Aureobacterium arabinogalactanolyticum to Microbacterium arabinogalactanolyticum, Aureobacterium barkeri to Microbacterium barkeri, Aureobacterium esteraromaticum to Microbacterium esteraromaticum, Aureobacterium flavescens to Microbacterium flavescens, Aureobacterium keratanolyticum to Microbacterium liquefaciens, Aureobacterium luteolum to Microbacterium luteolum, Aureobacterium saperdae to Microbacterium saperdae, Aureobacterium schleiferi to Microbacterium schleiferi, Aureobacterium terrae to Microbacterium terrae, Aureobacterium terregens to Microbacterium terregens, Aureobacterium testaceum to Microbacterium testaceum, and Aureobacterium trichothecenolyticum to Microbacterium trichothecenolyticum.
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7825 Kawasaki  K, Matsuyama  H,     ( 1999 )

Microbacterium kitamiense sp. nov., a new polysaccharide-producing bacterium isolated from the wastewater of a sugar-beet factory.

International journal of systematic bacteriology 49 Pt 4 (N/A)
PMID : 10555312 DOI  :   10.1099/00207713-49-4-1353    
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Two strictly aerobic, heterotrophic and mesophilic new organisms, strains Kitami A1 and Kitami C2T, were isolated from the wastewater of a sugar-beet factory in Kitami City, Hokkaido, Japan. In batch cultures, these organisms produced both insoluble and soluble exopolysaccharides (EPSs) utilizing sucrose as the sole carbon source. The G + C contents of the strains Kitami C2T and Kitami A1 were 69.2 mol%. Both strains had anteiso-C15:0 acid, anteiso-C17:0 acid and iso-C16:0 as major components. The major isoprenoid quinones from these strains included menaquinone-11 and menaquinone-12. Physiological and biochemical characterization, phylogenetic analysis and DNA-DNA relatedness indicated that these two organisms are new species of the genus Microbacterium, for which the name Microbacterium kitamiense is proposed. The type strain of M. kitamiense is strain Kitami C2T (= JCM 10270T).
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Industrial Waste
Water Microbiology

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