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A new bacterial strain of Antarctica, Alteromonas sp. that produces a heteropolymer slime

AuthorsBozal, Nuria; Manresa, Ángeles; Castellví, Josefina ; Guinea, J.
Issue DateNov-1994
CitationPolar Biology 14(8): 561-567 (1994)
AbstractA bacterial strain NF3 was isolated from a sludge sample from Inlet Admiralty Bay (Antarctica) and has been identified as belonging to the genus Alteromonas. The isolate was a Gram-negative rod with a single polar flagellum arrangement. The strain was catalase and oxidase positive and capable of gelatin hydrolysis. The G + C content was 42 mol%. The fatty acid composition and the protein profile has confirmed its identification as Alteromonas sp. During cell growth, the strain produced an exopolymer composed of 76–86% protein and 8–14% sugars depending on the medium used
Description7 pages, 3 figures, 5 tables
Publisher version (URL)https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF00238226
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