New lineage of filamentous, spore-forming, gram-positive bacteria from soil.

@article{Cavaletti2006NewLO,
  title={New lineage of filamentous, spore-forming, gram-positive bacteria from soil.},
  author={Linda Cavaletti and Paolo Monciardini and Ruggiero Bamonte and Peter Schumann and Manfred Rohde and Margherita Amalia Sosio and Stefano Donadio},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={72 6},
  pages={
          4360-9
        }
}
A novel bacterial strain that was isolated from an Italian soil and was designated SOSP1-21T forms branched mycelia in solid and liquid media and has a filamentous morphology similar to that of some genera belonging to the Actinobacteria. Electron microscopy showed that this organism has a grape-like appearance, resulting from interlacing of spores originating from sporophoric hyphae. Ten strains that are morphologically related to SOSP1-21T were recovered from soil. Phylogenetic analyses of… CONTINUE READING

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