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Bacteria Collection: Pseudomonas mendocina

NCTC Number: NCTC 10897
Current Name: Pseudomonas mendocina
Original Strain Reference: CH 50
Other Collection No: ATCC 25411; CH 50
Previous Catalogue Name: Pseudomonas mendocina
Type Strain: Yes
Family: Pseudomonadaceae
Hazard Group (ACDP): 2
Release Restrictions: Terms & Conditions of Supply of Microbial Pathogens: Safety
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: soil
Whole Genome Sequence: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/data/view/ERS956176
Annotated Genome: ftp://ftp.sanger.ac.uk/pub/project/pathogens/NCTC3000/...
16S rRNA Gene Sequence: >gb|AF094734|ATCC 25411|Pseudomonas mendocina 16S ribosomal RNA gene, partial sequence.| catgaatcactccgt... >gb|AJ308310|ICMP 13540| ATCC 25411|Pseudomonas mendocina partial 16S rRNA gene, isolate ICMP 13540;ATCC 25411.| agtgggggataacgt...
Miscellaneous Sequence Data: >gb|AJ633103|ATCC 25411|Pseudomonas mendocina partial gyrB gene for DNA gyrase subunit B,strain ATCC 25411.| ggtgtctcggtcgtg...
Bibliography: PALLERONI N J ET AL 1970 J GEN MICROBIOL 60 215
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Ref #: 71324
Author(s): Cladera,A.M.;Bennasar,A.;Barcelo,M.;Lalucat,J.;Garcia-Valdes,E.
Journal: J Bacteriol
Title: Comparative genetic diversity of Pseudomonas stutzeri genomovars, clonal structure, and phylogeny of the species
Volume: 186
Page(s): 5239-48
Year: 2004
Keyword(s): GENBANK/AJ518947 GENBANK/AJ536591 GENBANK/AJ539383 GENBANK/AJ544240 GENBANK/AJ617261 GENBANK/AJ617262 GENBANK/AJ617263 GENBANK/AJ617264 GENBANK/AJ617265 GENBANK/AJ617266 GENBANK/AJ617267 GENBANK/AJ617268 GENBANK/AJ617269 GENBANK/AJ617270 GENBANK/AJ617513 GENBANK/AJ617514 GENBANK/AJ617515 GENBANK/AJ617516 GENBANK/AJ617517 GENBANK/AJ617518 GENBANK/AJ617519 GENBANK/AJ617520 GENBANK/AJ617521 GENBANK/AJ617522 GENBANK/AJ617523 GENBANK/AJ617524 GENBANK/AJ617525 GENBANK/AJ617552 GENBANK/AJ617553 GENBANK/AJ617554 GENBANK/AJ617555 GENBANK/AJ617556 GENBANK/AJ617557 GENBANK/AJ617558 GENBANK/AJ617559 GENBANK/AJ617560 GENBANK/AJ617561 GENBANK/AJ617562 GENBANK/AJ617563 GENBANK/AJ617564 GENBANK/AJ617565 GENBANK/AJ617566 GENBANK/AJ617567 GENBANK/AJ617677 GENBANK/AJ617678 GENBANK/AJ617679 GENBANK/AJ617680 GENBANK/AJ620493 GENBANK/AJ631257 GENBANK/AJ631258 GENBANK/AJ631259 GENBANK/AJ631260 GENBANK/AJ631261 GENBANK/AJ631262 GENBANK/AJ631263 GENBANK/AJ631264 GENBANK/AJ631265 GENBANK/AJ631316 GENBANK/AJ631317 GENBANK/AJ631318 GENBANK/AJ631319 GENBANK/AJ631320 GENBANK/AJ631321 GENBANK/AJ631322 GENBANK/AJ631324 GENBANK/AJ631325 GENBANK/AJ631326 GENBANK/AJ631327 GENBANK/AJ631328 GENBANK/AJ631329 GENBANK/AJ631330 GENBANK/AJ631331 GENBANK/AJ631332 GENBANK/AJ631333 GENBANK/AJ631334 GENBANK/AJ631335 GENBANK/AJ631336 GENBANK/AJ631337 GENBANK/AJ631338 GENBANK/AJ631339 GENBANK/AJ631340 GENBANK/AJ631971 GENBANK/AJ631972 GENBANK/AJ631973 GENBANK/AJ631974 GENBANK/AJ631975 GENBANK/AJ631976 GENBANK/AJ631977 GENBANK/AJ631978 GENBANK/AJ631979 GENBANK/AJ631980 GENBANK/AJ631981 GENBANK/AJ631982 GENBANK/AJ631983 GENBANK/AJ631984 GENBANK/AJ631985 GENBANK/AJ631986 GENBANK/AJ631987 GENBANK/AJ631988 GENBANK/AJ631989 GENBANK/AJ631990 GENBANK/AJ631991 GENBANK/AJ631992 GENBANK/AJ631993 GENBANK/AJ631994 GENBANK/AJ631995 GENBANK/AJ631996 GENBANK/AJ633066 GENBANK/AJ633067 GENBANK/AJ633068 GENBANK/AJ633069 GENBANK/AJ633070 GENBANK/AJ633071 GENBANK/AJ633072 GENBANK/AJ633073 GENBANK/AJ633074 GENBANK/AJ633075 GENBANK/AJ633076 GENBANK/AJ633092 GENBANK/AJ633093 GENBANK/AJ633094 GENBANK/AJ633095 GENBANK/AJ633096 GENBANK/AJ633097 GENBANK/AJ633098 GENBANK/AJ633099 GENBANK/AJ633100 GENBANK/AJ633101 GENBANK/AJ633102 GENBANK/AJ633103 GENBANK/AJ633104 GENBANK/AJ633553 GENBANK/AJ633554 GENBANK/AJ633555 GENBANK/AJ633556 GENBANK/AJ633557 GENBANK/AJ633558 GENBANK/AJ633559 GENBANK/AJ633560 GENBANK/AJ633561 GENBANK/AJ633562 GENBANK/AJ633563 GENBANK/AJ633564 GENBANK/AJ635305 GENBANK/AJ635306 GENBANK/AJ635307 GENBANK/AJ635308 GENBANK/AJ635309 GENBANK/AJ635310 GENBANK/AJ635311 GENBANK/AJ635312 GENBANK/AJ635313 Alleles Bacterial Proteins/genetics DNA Gyrase/genetics DNA, Bacterial/chemistry/isolation & purification DNA-Directed RNA Polymerases/genetics Genes, Bacterial Genotype Molecular Sequence Data Phylogeny Pseudomonas aeruginosa/classification/genetics Pseudomonas mendocina/classification/genetics Pseudomonas stutzeri/classification/*genetics RNA, Bacterial/genetics RNA, Ribosomal, 16S/genetics Sequence Analysis, DNA Sequence Homology Sigma Factor/genetics Transcription Factors/genetics *Variation (Genetics)
Remarks: A combined phylogenetic and multilocus DNA sequence analysis of 26 Pseudomonas stutzeri strains distributed within the 9 genomovars of the species has been performed. Type strains of the two most closely related species (P. balearica, former genomovar 6, and P. mendocina), together with P. aeruginosa, as the type species of the genus, have been included in the study. The extremely high genetic diversity and the clonal structure of the species were confirmed by the sequence analysis. Clustering of strains in the consensus phylogeny inferred from the analysis of seven nucleotide sequences (16S ribosomal DNA, internally transcribed spacer region 1, gyrB, rpoD, nosZ, catA, and nahH) confirmed the monophyletic origin of the genomovars within the Pseudomonas branch and is in good agreement with earlier DNA-DNA similarity analysis, indicating that the selected genes are representative of the whole genome in members of the species.
URL: 15292125
Ref #: 72258
Author(s): Lorenz,M.G.;Sikorski,J.
Journal: Microbiology
Title: The potential for intraspecific horizontal gene exchange by natural genetic transformation: sexual isolation among genomovars of Pseudomonas stutzeri
Volume: 146 Pt 12
Page(s): 3081-90
Year: 2000
Keyword(s): GENBANK/AJ279953 GENBANK/AJ279954 GENBANK/AJ279955 GENBANK/AJ279956 GENBANK/AJ279957 GENBANK/AJ279958 GENBANK/AJ279959 GENBANK/AJ279960 GENBANK/AJ279961 GENBANK/AJ279962 GENBANK/AJ279963 GENBANK/AJ279964 GENBANK/AJ279965 GENBANK/AJ279966 GENBANK/AJ279967 *Conjugation, Genetic/genetics DNA, Bacterial/analysis/genetics DNA-Directed RNA Polymerases/*genetics *Gene Transfer, Horizontal Genotype Humans Molecular Sequence Data Phylogeny Pseudomonas/classification/*genetics/physiology Sequence Analysis, DNA *Transformation, Bacterial
Remarks: The potential for natural genetic transformation among the seven genomovars (gvs) of Pseudomonas stutzeri was investigated. Of the 12 strains originating from a variety of environments, six strains (50%) from five gvs were competent for DNA uptake (Rif(R) marker). The transformation frequencies varied over more than three orders of magnitude. With three highly transformable strains (ATCC 17587, ATCC 17641, JM300) from two gvs and all other strains as DNA donors, sexual isolation from other pseudomonad species (Pseudomonas alcaligenes, Pseudomonas mendocina) and also from other P. stutzeri gvs was observed (i.e. heterogamic transformation was reduced). For ATCC 17587 (gv 2) and ATCC 17641 (gv 8), heterogamic transformation was up to two and three orders of magnitude lower with other P. stutzeri gv and the other species employed, respectively, than in homogamic transformations. Interestingly, whereas with ATCC 17587 and ATCC 17641 heterogamic transformation with donors of the same gv was as high as homogamic transformation, JM300 (gv 8) was sexually isolated from its nearest relative (ATCC 17641). Also, sexual isolation of JM300 from other P. stutzeri gvs was most pronounced among the recipients tested, in some cases reaching the highest levels found with the other species as DNA donors (reduction of heterogamic transformation by 4000-fold). Results obtained here from nucleotide sequence analysis of part (422 nt) of the gene for the RNA polymerase ss subunit (rpoB) from various strains indicated that sexual isolation of ATCC 17641 increased with nucleotide sequence divergence. Implications of the observed great heterogeneity in transformability, competence levels and sexual isolation among strains are discussed with regard to the evolution of P. stutzeri.
URL: 11101666
Ref #: 95451
Author(s): Hilario,E.;Buckley,T.R.;Young,J.M.
Journal: Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek
Title: Improved resolution on the phylogenetic relationships among Pseudomonas by the combined analysis of atp D, car A, rec A and 16S rDNA
Volume: 86
Page(s): 51-64
Year: 2004
Keyword(s): Carbamoyl-Phosphate Synthase (Glutamine-Hydrolyzing)/*genetics DNA, Bacterial/chemistry/isolation & purification Evolution, Molecular Phylogeny Proton-Translocating ATPases/*genetics Pseudomonas/*classification/*genetics RNA, Ribosomal, 16S/*genetics Rec A Recombinases/*genetics Sequence Analysis, DNA
Remarks: A study of representatives of the bacterial genus Pseudomonas, analysing a combined data set of four molecular sequences with completely different properties and evolutionary constraints, is reported. The best evolutionary model was obtained with a hierarchical hypothesis testing program to describe each data set and the combined data set is presented and analysed under the likelihood criterion. The resolution among Pseudomonas taxa based on the combined data set analysis of the different lineages increased due to a synergistic effect of the individual data sets. The unresolved fluorescens lineage, as well as other weakly supported lineages in the single data set trees, should be revised in detail at the biochemical and molecular level. The taxonomic status of biovars of P. putida is discussed.
URL: 15103237
Data: (ATCC 25411) Type strain / ATCC in 1972 / N. J. Palleroni / Soil / Palleroni, N. J. et al. (1970) J. gen. Microbiol. 60, 215
Accession Date: 01/01/1972
History: ISOLATED BY PALLERONI N J
Authority: Palleroni 1970 (AL)
Depositor: ATCC
Taxonomy: TaxLink: S2461 (Pseudomonas mendocina Palleroni 1970) - Date of change: 5/02/2003
Biosafety Responsibility: It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that their facilities comply with biosafety regulations for their own country

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