Desulfurispirillum indicum sp. nov., a selenate- and selenite-respiring bacterium isolated from an estuarine canal.

@article{Rauschenbach2010DesulfurispirillumIS,
  title={Desulfurispirillum indicum sp. nov., a selenate- and selenite-respiring bacterium isolated from an estuarine canal.},
  author={Ines Rauschenbach and Priya Narasingarao and Max M H{\"a}ggblom},
  journal={International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={61 Pt 3},
  pages={
          654-8
        }
}
Strain S5(T), a novel bacterium that was isolated for its capability to respire selenate to elemental selenium, is described. In addition to selenate respiration, it was also capable of dissimilatory selenite, arsenate and nitrate reduction with short-chain organic acids such as pyruvate, lactate and acetate as the carbon sources and electron donors. The isolate was unable to grow fermentatively. Strain S5(T) was isolated from sediment of an estuarine canal in Chennai, India. Phylogenetic… CONTINUE READING

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