Flexirubin-type pigments in Flavobacterium

@article{Reichenbach2004FlexirubintypePI,
  title={Flexirubin-type pigments in Flavobacterium},
  author={H. Graf von Reichenbach and Werner Kohl and Angelika B{\"o}ttger-Vetter and Hans Achenbach},
  journal={Archives of Microbiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={126},
  pages={291-293}
}
In an organism (strain C 1/2 from Dr. P. R. Hayes, Leeds) regarded as a typical representative of the genus Flavobacterium, flexirubin-type pigments have been identified. The Flavobacterium pigments contain structural elements of both, the pigments of the genus Flexibacter and the pigments of the genus Cytophaga. As flexirubin-type pigments seem to have a rather restricted distribution among bacteria, and have formerly proved to be useful chemosystematic markers for the flexibacteria, this new… CONTINUE READING

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