Strains

Some articles on strains:

Streptomyces Griseus
... A few strains have been also reported from deep-sea sediments ... griseus strains are well known producers of antibiotics and other such commercially significant secondary metabolites ... These strains are known to be producers of 32 different structural types of bioactive compounds ...
Streptomyces Griseus - Taxonomy
... griseus and its evolutionarily related strains have been a considerable source of confusion for microbial systematists. 16S rRNA gene sequence data have been used to recognise the related strains, and are called S ... The strains of this clade have homogeneous phenotypic properties but show substantial genotypic heterogenecity based on genomic data ...
Streptococcus Constellatus - Subspecies - S. Constellatus Subsp. Pharyngis
... Strains freqeuncty are β-haemolytic and belong to Lancefield C ... Most strains produce β-N-acetylgalactosaminidase β-D-fucosidase α-galactosidase α-glucosidase β-glucosdiase β-N-acetylglucosaminidase Most strains do ...
L-form Bacteria - Significance and Applications
... The formation of strains of bacteria lacking cell walls has also been proposed to be important in the acquisition of bacterial antibiotic resistance ... These strains are being examined for possible uses in biotechnology as host strains for recombinant protein expression ...
Streptococcus Anginosus - Treatments
... There are several antimicrobial resistant strains of this bacterium ... Most Streptococcus milleri strains are resistant to bacitracin and nitrofurazone, and sulfonamides are totally ineffective ... However, most strains studied have been shown to be susceptible to penicillin, ampicillin, erythromycin, and tetracycline ...

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