Pathom-aree, Wasu and Nogi, Yuichi and Ward, Alan C. and Horikoshi, Koki and Bull, Alan T. and Goodfellow, Michael (2006) Dermacoccus barathri sp nov and Dermacoccus profundi sp nov., novel actinomycetes isolated from deep-sea mud of the Mariana Trench. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionery Microbiology, 56 . pp. 2303-2307. ISSN 1466-5026. (The full text of this publication is not currently available from this repository. You may be able to access a copy if URLs are provided)
The taxonomic positions of two actinobacterial strains isolated from Mariana Trench sediment were established using a combination of genotypic and phenotypic data. The strains, isolates MT2.1(T) and MT2.2(T) formed a distinct phyletic line in the Micrococcineae 16S rRNA gene tree together with Dermacoccus abyssi NCIMB 14084(T). The isolates had chemical and phenotypic properties typical of members of the genus Dermacoccus and could be distinguished sharply from one another and from the type strains of Dermacoccus abyssi and Dermacoccus nishinomiyaensis using DNA-DNA relatedness data. A range of phenotypic properties served to distinguish the two novel strains from one another and from the type strains of established Dermacoccus species. The G + C contents of the DNAs of strains MT2.1(T) and MT2.2(T) were 66 center dot 8 and 69 center dot 1 mol%, respectively. It is evident that the two isolates merit recognition as novel species within the genus Dermacoccus. The names proposed for these taxa are Dermacoccus barathri sp. nov. (type strain MT2.1(T) = DSM 17574(T) =NCIMB 14081(T)) and Dermacoccus profundi sp. nov. (type strain MT2.2(T) = DSM 17575(T) =NCIMB 14084(T)).
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|Divisions:||Faculties > Science Technology and Medical Studies > School of Biosciences > Biomedical Research Group|
|Depositing User:||Sue Davies|
|Date Deposited:||08 Sep 2008 22:28|
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