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EEMB catalogue of CELMS

 

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Nr Organism CELMS Nr Isolation Source Isolation Location Geographical Coordinates Isolation Date Isolation History Sequences Other Info Reference Photo
49 Bacillus sphaericus D30 EEUT D30 Freshwater The Lake Schwelvollert, eastern part of Germany 30.11.1997 Isolated by Eeva Heinaru
Isolated on nutrient agar plate. Aerobic mesophilic strain, very active formatio More ...
59 Escherichia coli EY EEUT EY Lower part of human intestine Estonia 30.11.2000 Isolated by Eeva Heinaru
Isolated on nutrient agar plate. Grows best under aerobic conditions, acid produ More ...
64 Janthinobacterium lividum BB EEUT BB Freshwater River Emajõgi, Tartu, Estonia 01.03.2001 Isolated by Eeva Heinaru
Isolated on nutrient agar plate. The growth of violacein-producing, aerobic stra More ...
267 Staphylococcus aureus TS1 EEUT TS1 Human lesion Estonia 30.11.2000 Isolated by Eeva Heinaru
Isolated on Luria-Bertani agar. Grows best under aerobic conditions, acid produc More ...
274 Escherichia coli K-12 RV02 EEUT K12RV02
[BW25113] acsp1,acsp2::Ptet. Promotor region (acsp1; acsp2) of acs-yjch-actP ope More ... Peebo et al., 2014 (Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology)
275 Escherichia coli K-12 RV03 EEUT K12RV03
[BW25113] ?pka::kan; acsp1, acsp2::Ptet. Deletion of pka gene (protein lysine (K More ... Peebo et al., 2014 (Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology)
276 Escherichia coli K-12 RV04 EEUT K12RV04
[BW25113] ?pka::kan; ?arcA::kan. Deletion of pka (protein lysine (K) acetyltrans More ... Peebo et al., 2014 (Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology)
277 Pseudomonas fluorescens IV 1291 EEUT 1291 LA Isolated by W.B. Hugo, LA
Grows on LB media at 30°C. Produces polyhydroxyoctanoate from octanoate.
342 Microbacterium sp. KAR66 EEUT KAR66 potato var. Ants tuber 13.12.2013 Isolated by Viia Kõiv
Kõiv et al., 2015 (Scientific Reports)
359 Pseudomonas fluorescens PC27 EEUT PC27 Freshwater River Purtse, Estonia 02.10.1984 Isolated by Eeva Heinaru
Belongs to the biotype C of P. fluorescens. Degrades phenol by multicomponent p More ... Heinaru et al., 2000 (FEMS Microbiology Ecology)

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