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Bacteria Collection: Acinetobacter johnsonii

NCTC Number: NCTC 10308
Current Name: Acinetobacter johnsonii
Original Strain Reference: 3865/60
Other Collection No: ATCC 17909; CCUG 19095; CIP 64.6; DSM 6963; LMG 999
Previous Catalogue Name: Acinetobacter johnsonii
Type Strain: Yes
Family: Moraxellaceae
Hazard Group (ACDP): 2
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Conditions for growth on solid media: Nutrient agar, 24-48 hours, 37°C, aerobic
Conditions for growth on liquid media: nutrient broth,37, aerobic
Isolated From: duodenum
Whole Genome Sequence: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/data/view/ERS1123929
16S rRNA Gene Sequence: >gb|Z93440|ATCC 17909T|DNA GROUP SEVEN|Acinetobacter johnsonii 16S rRNA gene (strain ATCC 17909T).| cctggctcagattga... >gb|AF311994|A22| DSM 6963T|Acinetobacter johnsonii a22 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partialsequence.| atccagccatgccgc... >gb|AF311993|A39B| DSM 6963T|Acinetobacter johnsonii a39b 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partialsequence.| agccatgccgcgtgt... >gb|AF311992|A25| DSM 6963T|Acinetobacter johnsonii a25 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partialsequence.| agccatgccgcgtgt... >gb|AF311991|A6B| DSM 6963T|Acinetobacter johnsonii a6b 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partialsequence.| gatccagccatgccg... >gb|AF311990|A6AW| DSM 6963T|Acinetobacter johnsonii a6aw 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partialsequence.| gatccagccatgccg... >gb|AJ247202|DSM 6963|Acinetobacter johnsonii 16S rRNA gene, partial.| catgcaagtcgagcg... >gb|X81663|DSM 6963|A.johnsonii 16S rRNA gene (DSM6963).| aacgctggcggcagg...
23S rRNA Gene Sequence: >gb|AF124614|DSM 6963|Acinetobacter johnsonii strain DSM 6963 23S ribosomal RNA gene,partial sequence.| aatacttctatgtaa...
Bibliography: MANNHEIM W & STENZEL W 1962 ZENTBL BAKT PARASITK I ABT ORIG 186 55;
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Ref #: 15329
Author(s): Rainey,F.A.;Lang,E.;Stackebrandt,E.
Journal: FEMS Microbiol Lett
Title: The phylogenetic structure of the genus Acinetobacter
Volume: 124
Page(s): 349-53
Year: 1995
Keyword(s): GENBANK/X81657 GENBANK/X81658 GENBANK/X81659 GENBANK/X81660 GENBANK/X81661 GENBANK/X81662 GENBANK/X81663 GENBANK/X81664 GENBANK/X81665 GENBANK/X81666 GENBANK/X81667 GENBANK/X81668 Acinetobacter/*classification/genetics DNA, Ribosomal/*genetics Molecular Sequence Data Phylogeny Sequence Analysis, DNA
Remarks: 16S rDNA sequence analysis was performed on the type strains of all validly described Acinetobacter species and five unnamed Acinetobacter strains. The phylogenetic analyses confirm that Acinetobacter is a coherent genus within the gamma subclass of Proteobacteria and that the species are phylogenetically well defined. A. calcoaceticus, A. lwoffii, A. johnsonii and A. haemolyticus form one cluster of closely related species, the pair A. junii and A. baumannii forms a second cluster. A. radioresistens stands phylogenetically isolated. The study reveals that three undescribed strains can be assigned to individually described species, while strains DSM 30009 and DSM 590 may represent two novel Acinetobacter species.
URL: 7851741
Ref #: 15318
Author(s): Yamamoto,S.;Harayama,S.
Journal: Int J Syst Bacteriol
Title: Phylogenetic analysis of Acinetobacter strains based on the nucleotide sequences of gyrB genes and on the amino acid sequences of their products
Volume: 46
Page(s): 506-11
Year: 1996
Keyword(s): GENBANK/D73412 GENBANK/D73413 GENBANK/D73414 GENBANK/D73415 GENBANK/D73416 GENBANK/D73417 GENBANK/D73418 GENBANK/D73419 GENBANK/D73420 GENBANK/D73421 GENBANK/D73422 GENBANK/D73423 GENBANK/D73424 GENBANK/D73425 GENBANK/D73426 GENBANK/D73427 GENBANK/D73428 GENBANK/D73429 GENBANK/D73430 GENBANK/D73431 GENBANK/D73432 GENBANK/D73433 GENBANK/D73434 GENBANK/D73435 GENBANK/D73436 GENBANK/D73437 GENBANK/D73438 GENBANK/D73439 GENBANK/D73440 GENBANK/D73441 Acinetobacter/classification/*genetics Amino Acid Sequence Bacterial Proteins/genetics DNA Gyrase DNA Topoisomerases, Type II/*genetics Genes, Bacterial Molecular Sequence Data Phylogeny
Remarks: Partial nucleotide sequences of the gyrB genes (DNA gyrase B subunit genes) of 15 Acinetobacter strains, including the type and reference strains of genomic species 1 to 12 (A. calcoaceticus [genomic species 1], A. baumannii [genomic species 2], Acinetobacter genomic species 3, A. haemolyticus [genomic species 4], A. junii [genomic species 5], Acinetobacter genomic species 6, A. johnsonii [genomic species 7], A. lwoffii [genomic species 8], Acinetobacter genomic species 9, Acinetobacter genomic species 10, Acinetobacter genomic species 11, and A. radioresistens [genomic species 12]), were determined by sequencing the PCR-amplified fragments of gyrB. The gyrB sequence homology among these Acinetobacter strains ranged from 69.6 to 99.7%. A phylogenetic analysis, using the gyrB sequences, indicates that genomic species 1, 2, and 3 formed one cluster (87.3 to 90.3% identity), while genomic species 8 and 9 formed another cluster (99.7% identity). These results are consistent with those of DNA-DNA hybridization and of biochemical systematics. On the other hand, the topology of the published phylogenetic tree based on the 16S rRNA sequences of the Acinetobacter strains was quite different from that of the gyrB-based tree. The numbers of substitution in the 16S rRNA gene sequences were not high enough to construct a reliable phylogenetic tree. The gyrB-based analysis indicates that the genus Acinetobacter is highly diverse and that a reclassification of this genus would be required.
URL: 8934907
Ref #: 15405
Author(s): Yamamoto,S.;Bouvet,P.J.;Harayama,S.
Journal: Int J Syst Bacteriol
Title: Phylogenetic structures of the genus Acinetobacter based on gyrB sequences: comparison with the grouping by DNA-DNA hybridization
Volume: 49 Pt 1
Page(s): 87-95
Year: 1999
Keyword(s): GENBANK/AB008684 GENBANK/AB008685 GENBANK/AB008686 GENBANK/AB008687 GENBANK/AB008688 GENBANK/AB008689 GENBANK/AB008690 GENBANK/AB008691 GENBANK/AB008692 GENBANK/AB008693 GENBANK/AB008694 GENBANK/AB008695 GENBANK/AB008696 GENBANK/AB008697 GENBANK/AB008698 GENBANK/AB008699 GENBANK/AB008700 GENBANK/AB008701 GENBANK/AB008702 GENBANK/AB008703 GENBANK/AB008704 GENBANK/AB008705 GENBANK/AB008706 GENBANK/AB008707 GENBANK/AB008708 GENBANK/AB008709 GENBANK/AB008710 GENBANK/AB008711 GENBANK/AB008712 GENBANK/AB008713 Acinetobacter/*classification/genetics Base Sequence DNA Gyrase DNA Topoisomerases, Type II/*genetics DNA, Bacterial/*analysis Molecular Sequence Data *Nucleic Acid Hybridization Phylogeny RNA, Ribosomal, 16S/chemistry
Remarks: The phylogenetic relationships of 49 Acinetobacter strains, 46 of which have previously been classified into 18 genomic species by DNA-DNA hybridization studies, were investigated using the nucleotide sequence of gyrB, the structural gene for the DNA gyrase B subunit. The phylogenetic tree showed linkages between genomic species 1 (Acinetobacter calcoaceticus), 2 (Acinetobacter baumannii), 3 and TU13; genomic species 6, BJ15, BJ16 and BJ17; genomic species 5, BJ13 (synonym of TU14) and BJ14; genomic species 7 (Acinetobacter johnsonii), 10 and 11; and genomic species 8 and 9. The phylogenetic grouping of Acinetobacter strains based on gyrB genes was almost congruent with that based on DNA-DNA hybridization studies. Consequently, gyrB sequence comparison can be used to resolve the taxonomic positions of bacterial strains at the level of genomic species. However, minor discrepancies existed in the grouping of strains of genomic species 8, 9 and BJ17. The phylogenetic tree for these strains was reconstructed from the sequence of rpoD, the structural gene for the RNA polymerase sigma 70 factor. The latter tree was 100% congruent with the grouping based on DNA-DNA hybridization. The reliability of DNA-DNA hybridization may be superior to that of sequence comparison of a single protein-encoding gene in resolving closely related organisms since the former method measures the homologies between the nucleotide sequences of total genomic DNAs. Three strains that have not been characterized previously by DNA-DNA hybridization seem to belong to two new genomic species, one including strain ATCC 33308 and the other including strains ATCC 31012 and MBIC 1332.
URL: 10028249
Ref #: 95501
Author(s): Jaspers,E.;Nauhaus,K.;Cypionka,H.;Overmann,J.
Journal: FEMS Microbiol Ecol
Title: Multitude and temporal variability of ecological niches as indicated by the diversity of cultivated bacterioplankton
Volume: 36
Page(s): 153-164
Year: 2001
Remarks: The diversity of cultured planktonic bacteria was analyzed. Bacterial strains were isolated from a eutrophic lake (Zwischenahner Meer, Niedersachsen, Germany) at three different sampling dates (October 1997, April and May 1998). Phylogenetic diversity was assessed by polymerase chain reaction (PCR), denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE), and sequencing of 16S rRNA gene fragments. Enterobacterial repetitive intergenic consensus (ERIC)-PCR revealed a high genomic diversity within the strain collections, which exceeded the diversity of the 16S rRNA gene sequences considerably. The composition of each of the three strain collections was unique since strains isolated at different dates always exhibited different ERIC-PCR fingerprints. Growth tests with 59 different carbon substrates demonstrated that even strains with identical ERIC-PCR fingerprints, isolated on one sampling date, differed in their physiology. The culturable fraction investigated in the present study constituted a relatively small fraction (</=15%) of the whole bacterioplankton assemblage. Nevertheless, the high physiological diversity in this fraction already indicates that a multitude of different ecological niches must exist in the planktonic environment. The majority of strains isolated in April prior to the decay of the phytoplankton bloom were members of the Cytophaga-Flavobacterium group. One month later, not a single strain of this group could be isolated. When a group-specific PCR-DGGE technique was employed, rapid shifts in the diversity of non-cultured Cytophaga-Flavobacteria also became evident. Based on the rapid shifts in the composition of cultivated as well as some non-cultivated bacteria, the ecological niches in the planktonic habitat must undergo rapid temporal changes.
URL: 11451519
Ref #: 15314
Author(s): Ibrahim,A.;Gerner-Smidt,P.;Liesack,W.
Journal: Int J Syst Bacteriol
Title: Phylogenetic relationship of the twenty-one DNA groups of the genus Acinetobacter as revealed by 16S ribosomal DNA sequence analysis
Volume: 47
Page(s): 837-41
Year: 1997
Keyword(s): GENBANK/Z93434 GENBANK/Z93435 GENBANK/Z93436 GENBANK/Z93437 GENBANK/Z93438 GENBANK/Z93439 GENBANK/Z93440 GENBANK/Z93441 GENBANK/Z93442 GENBANK/Z93443 GENBANK/Z93444 GENBANK/Z93445 GENBANK/Z93446 GENBANK/Z93447 GENBANK/Z93448 GENBANK/Z93449 GENBANK/Z93450 GENBANK/Z93451 GENBANK/Z93452 GENBANK/Z93453 GENBANK/Z93454 Acinetobacter/*classification/*genetics DNA Primers DNA, Bacterial/analysis DNA, Ribosomal/*analysis Molecular Sequence Data Nucleic Acid Hybridization *Phylogeny Polymerase Chain Reaction Sequence Analysis, DNA
Remarks: The inter- and intrageneric relationships of members of the genus Acinetobacter were investigated by performing a comparative sequence analysis of PCR-amplified 16S ribosomal DNAs (rDNAs) from 21 strains representing all of the DNA groups that have been described. Phylogenetic treeing confirmed that Acinetobacter spp. form a coherent cluster within the gamma subdivision of the class Proteobacteria that includes strains with overall levels of 16S rDNA sequence similarity of more than 94%. The analysis of intrageneric relationships suggested that the majority of the strains cluster in five clearly distinguishable clusters, and this conclusion was supported by the results obtained with the different methods used for phylogenetic analysis (i.e., the maximum-likelihood, parsimony, and distance matrix methods). The first cluster contains the representatives of DNA groups 2 (Acinetobacter baumannii) and TU13, whereas the second cluster comprises representatives of DNA groups 3, "Close To TU13," and "between 1 and 3." The representatives of closely related Acinetobacter DNA groups 8 (Acinetobacter twoffii) and 9 belong to the third cluster, which includes the representative of DNA group 6 as well. The fourth cluster is formed by DNA groups BJ15, BJ16, and BJ17, and the fifth cluster comprises DNA groups 1 (Acinetobacter calcoaceticus), BJ14, 10, and 11. Within the fifth cluster the 16S rDNA sequences of DNA group 10 and 11 strains are nearly identical. The representatives of DNA groups 4 (Acinetobacter haemolyticus), 5 (Acinetobacter junii), 7 (Acinetobacter johnsonii), 12 (Acinetobacter radioresistens), TU14, and TU15 form individual branches that are not significantly affiliated with any of the five clusters identified. Apart from the clustering of the most closely related DNA groups, the general topology of the distance dendrogram revealed some discrepancy with previous DNA-DNA hybridization data, which may point to the inadequacy of comparative 16S rDNA sequence analysis for reflecting true evolutionary relationships of closely related bacterial taxa. Important, however, was the presence of unique sequence motifs in each of the 21 different DNA groups studied, which may be useful for rapid differentiation of DNA groups of the genus Acinetobacter.
URL: 9226915
Ref #: 15172
Author(s): La Scola,B.;Gundi,V.A.;Khamis,A.;Raoult,D.
Journal: J Clin Microbiol
Title: Sequencing of the rpoB gene and flanking spacers for molecular identification of Acinetobacter species
Volume: 44
Page(s): 827-32
Year: 2006
Keyword(s): GENBANK/DQ207407 GENBANK/DQ207408 GENBANK/DQ207409 GENBANK/DQ207410 GENBANK/DQ207411 GENBANK/DQ207412 GENBANK/DQ207413 GENBANK/DQ207414 GENBANK/DQ207415 GENBANK/DQ207416 GENBANK/DQ207417 GENBANK/DQ207418 GENBANK/DQ207419 GENBANK/DQ207420 GENBANK/DQ207421 GENBANK/DQ207422 GENBANK/DQ207423 GENBANK/DQ207424 GENBANK/DQ207425 GENBANK/DQ207426 GENBANK/DQ207427 GENBANK/DQ207428 GENBANK/DQ207429 GENBANK/DQ207430 GENBANK/DQ207471 GENBANK/DQ207472 GENBANK/DQ207473 GENBANK/DQ207474 GENBANK/DQ207475 GENBANK/DQ207476 GENBANK/DQ207477 GENBANK/DQ207478 GENBANK/DQ207479 GENBANK/DQ207480 GENBANK/DQ207481 GENBANK/DQ207482 GENBANK/DQ207483 GENBANK/DQ207484 GENBANK/DQ207485 GENBANK/DQ207486 GENBANK/DQ207487 GENBANK/DQ207488 GENBANK/DQ207489 GENBANK/DQ207490 GENBANK/DQ207491 GENBANK/DQ207492 GENBANK/DQ207493 GENBANK/DQ207494 GENBANK/DQ207495 GENBANK/DQ207496 GENBANK/DQ207497 GENBANK/DQ207498 GENBANK/DQ207499 GENBANK/DQ207500 GENBANK/DQ207501 GENBANK/DQ207502 GENBANK/DQ207503 GENBANK/DQ207504 GENBANK/DQ207505 GENBANK/DQ207506 GENBANK/DQ207507 GENBANK/DQ207508 GENBANK/DQ207509 GENBANK/DQ207510 GENBANK/DQ207511 GENBANK/DQ207512 GENBANK/DQ207513 GENBANK/DQ207514 GENBANK/DQ207515 GENBANK/DQ207516 GENBANK/DQ207517 GENBANK/DQ231239 Acinetobacter/*classification/enzymology/*genetics/isolation & purification Animals Base Sequence DNA, Bacterial/genetics DNA, Intergenic/genetics DNA-Directed RNA Polymerases/*genetics *Genes, Bacterial Humans Molecular Sequence Data Phylogeny Species Specificity
Remarks: Acinetobacter species are defined on the basis of several phenotypic characters, results of DNA-DNA homology, and more recently, similarities or dissimilarities in 16S rRNA gene sequences. However, the 16S rRNA gene is not polymorphic enough to clearly distinguish all Acinetobacter species. We used an RNA polymerase beta-subunit gene (rpoB)-based identification scheme for the delineation of species within the genus Acinetobacter, and towards that end, we determined the complete rpoB gene and flanking spacer (rplL-rpoB and rpoB-rpoC) sequences of the 17 reference strains of Acinetobacter species and 7 unnamed genomospecies. By using complete gene sequences (4,089 bp), we clearly separated all species and grouped them into different clusters. A phylogenetic tree constructed using these sequences was supported by bootstrap values higher than those obtained with 16S rRNA or the gyrB or recA gene. Four pairs of primers enabled us to amplify and sequence two highly polymorphic partial sequences (350 and 450 bp) of the rpoB gene. These and flanking spacers were designed and tested for rapid identification of the 17 reference strains of Acinetobacter species and 7 unnamed genomospecies. Each of these four variable sequences enabled us to delineate most species. Sequences of at least two polymorphic sequences should be used to distinguish Acinetobacter grimontii, Acinetobacter junii, Acinetobacter baylyi, and genomic species 9 from one another. Finally, 21 clinical isolates of Acinetobacter baumannii were tested for intraspecies relationships and assigned correctly to the same species by comparing the partial sequences of the rpoB gene and its flanking spacers.
URL: 16517861
Ref #: 11981
Author(s): Rainey,F.A.;Lang,E.;Stackebrandt,E.
Journal: FEMS Microbiol Lett
Title: The phylogenetic structure of the genus Acinetobacter
Volume: 124
Page(s): 349-53
Year: 1995
Keyword(s): GENBANK/X81657 GENBANK/X81658 GENBANK/X81659 GENBANK/X81660 GENBANK/X81661 GENBANK/X81662 GENBANK/X81663 GENBANK/X81664 GENBANK/X81665 GENBANK/X81666 GENBANK/X81667 GENBANK/X81668 Acinetobacter/*classification/genetics DNA, Ribosomal/*genetics Molecular Sequence Data Phylogeny Sequence Analysis, DNA
Remarks: 16S rDNA sequence analysis was performed on the type strains of all validly described Acinetobacter species and five unnamed Acinetobacter strains. The phylogenetic analyses confirm that Acinetobacter is a coherent genus within the gamma subclass of Proteobacteria and that the species are phylogenetically well defined. A. calcoaceticus, A. lwoffii, A. johnsonii and A. haemolyticus form one cluster of closely related species, the pair A. junii and A. baumannii forms a second cluster. A. radioresistens stands phylogenetically isolated. The study reveals that three undescribed strains can be assigned to individually described species, while strains DSM 30009 and DSM 590 may represent two novel Acinetobacter species.
URL: 95154670
Ref #: 12052
Author(s): La Scola,B.;Barrassi,L.;Raoult,D.
Journal: FEMS Microbiol Ecol
Title: Isolation of new fastidious alpha Proteobacteria and Afipia felis from hospital water supplies by direct plating and amoebal co-culture procedures
Volume: 34
Page(s): 129-137
Year: 2000
Remarks: As water is a source of nosocomial infections in hospitals, the presence of fastidious Gram-negative bacteria in water samples taken in a university hospital was investigated. Water samples were inoculated onto agar plates and into amoebal microplates for co-culture. Sixty-eight alpha proteobacteria isolates were obtained and characterized using phenotypic methods and 16S rRNA gene sequence comparison. The latter approach divided the strains into seven clusters. Of these, one corresponded to previously recognized Afipia felis and it is likely that six were closely related new species. As these bacteria are fastidious and can not be cultivated on standard microbiological media, their possible role in hospital-acquired human infections should be investigated.
URL: 0
Ref #: 11979
Author(s): Ibrahim,A.;Gerner-Smidt,P.;Liesack,W.
Journal: Int J Syst Bacteriol
Title: Phylogenetic relationship of the twenty-one DNA groups of the genus Acinetobacter as revealed by 16S ribosomal DNA sequence analysis
Volume: 47
Page(s): 837-41
Year: 1997
Keyword(s): GENBANK/Z93434 GENBANK/Z93435 GENBANK/Z93436 GENBANK/Z93437 GENBANK/Z93438 GENBANK/Z93439 GENBANK/Z93440 GENBANK/Z93441 GENBANK/Z93442 GENBANK/Z93443 GENBANK/Z93444 GENBANK/Z93445 GENBANK/Z93446 GENBANK/Z93447 GENBANK/Z93448 GENBANK/Z93449 GENBANK/Z93450 GENBANK/Z93451 GENBANK/Z93452 GENBANK/Z93453 GENBANK/Z93454 Acinetobacter/*classification/*genetics DNA Primers DNA, Bacterial/analysis DNA, Ribosomal/*analysis Molecular Sequence Data Nucleic Acid Hybridization *Phylogeny Polymerase Chain Reaction Sequence Analysis, DNA
Remarks: The inter- and intrageneric relationships of members of the genus Acinetobacter were investigated by performing a comparative sequence analysis of PCR-amplified 16S ribosomal DNAs (rDNAs) from 21 strains representing all of the DNA groups that have been described. Phylogenetic treeing confirmed that Acinetobacter spp. form a coherent cluster within the gamma subdivision of the class Proteobacteria that includes strains with overall levels of 16S rDNA sequence similarity of more than 94%. The analysis of intrageneric relationships suggested that the majority of the strains cluster in five clearly distinguishable clusters, and this conclusion was supported by the results obtained with the different methods used for phylogenetic analysis (i.e., the maximum-likelihood, parsimony, and distance matrix methods). The first cluster contains the representatives of DNA groups 2 (Acinetobacter baumannii) and TU13, whereas the second cluster comprises representatives of DNA groups 3, "Close To TU13," and "between 1 and 3." The representatives of closely related Acinetobacter DNA groups 8 (Acinetobacter twoffii) and 9 belong to the third cluster, which includes the representative of DNA group 6 as well. The fourth cluster is formed by DNA groups BJ15, BJ16, and BJ17, and the fifth cluster comprises DNA groups 1 (Acinetobacter calcoaceticus), BJ14, 10, and 11. Within the fifth cluster the 16S rDNA sequences of DNA group 10 and 11 strains are nearly identical. The representatives of DNA groups 4 (Acinetobacter haemolyticus), 5 (Acinetobacter junii), 7 (Acinetobacter johnsonii), 12 (Acinetobacter radioresistens), TU14, and TU15 form individual branches that are not significantly affiliated with any of the five clusters identified. Apart from the clustering of the most closely related DNA groups, the general topology of the distance dendrogram revealed some discrepancy with previous DNA-DNA hybridization data, which may point to the inadequacy of comparative 16S rDNA sequence analysis for reflecting true evolutionary relationships of closely related bacterial taxa. Important, however, was the presence of unique sequence motifs in each of the 21 different DNA groups studied, which may be useful for rapid differentiation of DNA groups of the genus Acinetobacter.
URL: 97370609
Ref #: 4025
Author(s): Bouvet,P.J.M.;Grimont,P.A.D.
Journal: Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol.
Title: Taxonomy of the genus Acinetobacter with the recognition of Acinetobacter baumannii sp. nov., Acinetobacter haemolyticus sp. nov., Acinetobacter johnsonii sp. nov., and Acinetobacter junii sp. nov., and emended descriptions of Acinetobacter calcoaceticus
Volume: 36
Page(s): 228-240
Year: 1986
Ref #: 6586
Author(s): Rainey,F.A.;Lang,E.;Stackebrandt,E.
Journal: FEMS Microbiol. Lett.
Title: The phylogenetic structure of the genus Acinetobacter.
Volume: 124
Page(s): 349-354
Year: 1994
Data: (ATCC 17909) W. Stenzel, Heidelberg in 1962 / Duodenum / Mannheim, W. & Stenzel, W. (1962) Zentbl. Bakt. ParasitKde, I. Abt. Orig. 186, 55 / Stenzel, W. & Mannheim, W. (1963) Int. Bull. bact. Nomencl. Taxon. 13, 195 / Same strain as NCTC 12154
Accession Date: 01/01/1962
History: HYGIENE INSTITUTE,HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY
Authority: BOUVET and GRIMONT 1986
Depositor: STENZEL W
Taxonomy: TaxLink: S73 (Acinetobacter johnsonii bouvet and grimont 1986) - Date of change: 16/06/2007 by NCTCUp to 16/06/2007: ? (NCTC 10308) - Date of change: 04/02/2003
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