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"Curtobacterium psychrophilum," proposed by Inoue and Komagata in 1976, is a psychrophilic gram-positive irregular rod isolated from Antarctic soil. This organism grew optimally at 9 to 12 degrees C(More)
"Corynebacterium aquaticum" was first proposed by Leifson in 1962 but not included in the approved lists of bacterial names in 1980. This species has been left from reclassification of the genus(More)
Eleven motile spore-bearing actinomycetes were isolated from various plant samples and were studied to determine their taxonomic positions. The isolates showed colony appearance and morphology(More)
An HPLC procedure which separates D- and L-amino acid isomers was applied to an analysis of peptidoglycan of 2,4-diaminobutyric acid (DAB)-containing actinomycetes. The cell wall peptidoglycans of(More)
In the course of identifying aniline-assimilating bacteria, researchers found some gram-positive strains that contain 2,4-diaminobutyric acid in their cell wall peptidoglycans and menaquinone 12 as(More)
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