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Characterization of Arthrobacter species isolated from marine and seafood sources

Stephen M. McKenzie

Characterization of Arthrobacter species isolated from marine and seafood sources

by Stephen M. McKenzie

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  • Arthrobacter.

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    Statementby Stephen M. McKenzie.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[9], 93 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages93
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    A good example of metabolic adaptation would be that A. globiformis and A. nicotianae have demonstrated the ability to adapt to anaerobic conditions when provided with a suitable carbon source. (Eschbach, et al., ) Although most species of Arthrobacter are commensals, a recent study showed the presence of two new species of bacteria belonging to this genus in the samples from the. Arthrobacter spp. belong to the heterogenous group of coryneform bacteria and had not been reported to have been isolated from human clinical specimens until the mids ().This was somewhat surprising, because Arthrobacter spp. are the most frequently isolated coryneform bacteria when soil specimens are incubated aerobically, indicating that humans are unceasingly exposed to these bacteria.

    Genus: Arthrobacter FH Species: russicus Numbers in other collections: DSM Morphology: G R ISP 2 good beige A SP none none G R ISP 3 good beige A SP none none G R ISP 4 good beige A SP none none G R ISP 5 good beige.   Characterization of Foodborne Pathogens and Spoilage Bacteria in Mediterranean Fish Species and Seafood Products. A. Bolivar. Department of Food Science and Technology, University of Cordoba, Campus de Rabanales, Córdoba, Spain The hazard analysis for seafood products is fairly straightforward and uncomplicated.

    Chitin, which consists of β-1,4-linked N-acetyl-d-glucosamine residues, is the main component of crustacean shells, such as shrimp, crab and shellfish [1,2].Chitin, a renewable raw material whose annual production is about 10 11 tons, is the second most abundant natural biopolymer after cellulose [3,4].As a new type of functional material, chitin has attracted wide attention in various fields []. handbook is a review of the entire book for currency of information. Key changes in this edition are the recent regulatory changes pertaining to food hygiene and microbiological criteria for foodstuffs. Further Reading General Fish/Seafood Microbiology Cross N. Seafood processing: basic sanitation practices, in Handbook of Food Products.


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Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation Characterization of Arthrobacter species isolated from marine and seafood sources Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Author: Stephen M. McKenzie. During a 2-year period, 10 strains of Arthrobacter cumminsii were isolated in or received by a Swiss routine clinical bacteriology laboratory, and 5 further isolates were referred to a Swedish bacteriology reference center over a 5-year period, making A.

cumminsii the most frequently encountered Arthrobacter species in these two by: Giuseppe Comi, Carlo Cantoni, in Reference Module in Food Science, Conclusions. The Arthrobacter genus is extensive and includes a large number of species that are widespread in nature.

Because of their nutritional versatility, arthrobacters are commonly isolated from soil, sewage, food, and several other environments by using nonselective and simple media such as plate count agar. Arthrobacter (from the Greek, "jointed small stick”) is a genus of bacteria that is commonly found in soil.

All species in this genus are Gram-positive obligate aerobes that are rods during exponential growth and cocci in their stationary phase. Arthrobacter have a distinctive method of cell division called "snapping division" or reversion in which the outer bacterial cell wall ruptures at a Class: Actinobacteria.

other clinical Arthrobacter strains during the 5-year period mentioned above. Therefore, A. cumminsii was the most fre- quently encountered Arthrobacter species isolated from clinical specimens in these two European laboratories.

Of the 14 patients for whom data were available, 9 wereCited by: Abstract. The genus Arthrobacter is a member of the family Micrococcaceae and compared to other genera of the family, it contains the highest number of species.

The genus cannot be considered monophyletic because within the clade embracing all Arthrobacter species also members of other genera of the family are present. Based on quinone system and peptidoglycan structure, the genus. Abstract. A novel Gram-positive bacterium, designated SYB2 T, was isolated from wastewater reservoir sediment, and a polyphasic taxonomic study was conducted based on its morphological, physiological, and biochemical features, as well as the analysis of its 16S rRNA gene the phylogenetic analysis of the strain SYB2 T, results of a 16S rRNA gene.

Arthrobacter alkaliphilus is a Gram-positive and non-spore-forming bacterium species from the genus of Arthrobacter which has been isolated from filtrations from a volcanic rock in Niigata in Japan. Further reading. Ding, L; Hirose, T; Yokota, A (April ).

"Four novel Arthrobacter species isolated from filtration substrate". During a 2-year period, 10 strains of Arthrobacter cumminsii were isolated in or received by a Swiss routine clinical bacteriology laboratory, and 5 further isolates were referred to a Swedish bacteriology reference center over a 5-year period, making A.

cumminsii the most frequently encountered Arthrobacter species in these two laboratories. In this paper, the taxonomy of the genus Arthrobacter is discussed, from its first description in to the present state. Emphasis is given to intrageneric phylogeny and chemotaxonomic characteristics, concentrating on quinone systems, peptidoglycan compositions and polar lipid profiles.

Internal groups within the genus Arthrobacter indicated from homogeneous chemotaxonomic traits and. Arthrobacter spp.

are very widely distributed in the environment (e.g., soil) but have not been described as causing disease in humans. Over a 6-year period, two reference laboratories isolated or received 11 strains which were eventually identified as belonging to the genus Arthrobacter. The genus Arthrobacter was established in by Conn & Dimmick.

So far, more than 70 recognized species of the genus Arthrobacter have been certified. Arcobacter is an emerging pathogen associated with foods of animal origin. Members of the genus Arcobacter are increasingly being isolated from fish, shellfish and the aquatic environment. In the present study, we analyzed fish, shellfish and water samples for the presence of Arcobacter spp.

by conventional isolation as well as by direct PCR on the enrichment broth. The genus Arthrobacter belongs to the Actinobacteria phylum and includes bacteria that are mostly mesophilic, with optimum growth below 30 °C, but some strains isolated from cold environments.

Ten bacterial cultures were isolated: seven from uranium-mill tailings, one from soil, and two from uraniferous peat; all cultures were classified by usual microbiological methods. Nine of the ten cultures were classified as Arthrobacter species on the basis of morphology, biochemical characteristics, and nutritional require­ ments.

Arthrobacter antarcticus sp. nov., isolated from an Antarctic marine sediment. Pindi PK(1), Manorama R, Begum Z, Shivaji S.

Author information: (1)Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, HyderabadIndia. A bacterial strain, SPC26(T), was isolated from.

- Arthrobacter can utilise pyridone as their sole carbon source and hence are able to grow on mineral salts pyridone broth, which contains pyridone as its sole carbon source. this ability to metabolize pyridone is an unusual characteristic and a strong factor in identification. Arthrobacter.

with the specific species. globiformis. This Gram positive, high GC species has shown to be extremely nutritionally versatile in nutrient poor environments and highly resistant to desiccation which contributes to their stature of being the most common genus in a majority of soils (Hagerdorn and Holt, ).

Arthrobacter. Species. Arthrobacter rhombi. Description and significance. rhombi are short and rod-shaped or spherical, much like a coryneform morphology 2. Two strains, CCUG and CCUGwere isolated from abdominal organs of Greenland halibut from the Flemish Cap, Newfoundland, caught at depths of meters and water temperature of 4.

Keddie II. Arthrobacter Conn and DimmickIn: Buchanan RE, Gibbons NE (eds), Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology, Eighth Edition, The Williams and Wilkins Co., Baltimore,p. Kämpfer P, Busse H-J, Schumann P, Criscuolo A, Clermont D, Irgang R, Poblete-Morales M, Glaeser SP, Avendaño-Herrera R.

Arthrobacter ulcerisalmonis sp. nov., isolated from an. A Gram-positive-staining, catalase-positive, non-spore-forming, rod-shaped bacterium, strain IMMIB LT, isolated from genital swabs of a horse, was characterized using a polyphasic approach.

Comparative 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis showed that the organism was related to members of the genus Arthrobacter, displaying sequence similarities of – % with the type strains of.The predominant bacterial species isolated from most of the fish digestive tracts have been reported to be aerobes or facultative anaerobes (Bairagi et al., ; Saha et al., ).

The isolated many lactic acid bacteria are proved to function as probiotics, which are benefit to. Arthrobacter is a genus characterized by being Gram-positive, catalase positive, an aerobic organism, with a changing morphology during its lifetime based on conditions, and is white and large while growing on media (Arthrobacter ).

The most common morphology change of Arthrobacter species is from a coccus to a rod shape (Luscombe et al. ).