Effects of chelating reagents on colonial appearance of Paenibacillus alvei isolated from canine oral cavity.


A bacterial strain isolated from the oral cavity of a healthy dog revealed an unusual colony formation in nebular appearance on agar plates. The isolated bacterial strain was Gram-positive, spore-forming rod with peritrichous flagella, and grown under aerobic conditions, but unable to grow at 45 degrees C. The strain was tentatively classified as… (More)


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