Human Oral Microbiome Taxon Description
Jonquetella anthropi
Human Oral Taxon ID (HOT):777Synonym:
Named - Cultured
Type Strain:
CCUG 53819, CIP 109408
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NCBI Taxonomy ID:
16S rRNA Sequence:
AF481216  [Entrez Link]
PubMed Search:5  [PubMed Link]
16S rRNA Alignment: View Alignment         Download Alignment         NoteNucleotide Search:67  [Entrez Nucleotide Link]
Phylogeny: View 16S rRNA tree         View all Tree filesProtein Search:4912  [Entrez Protein Link]
Prevalence by Molecular Cloning:
Clones seen = 5 / 34879 = 0.0143%
Rank Abundance = Tied for 343
Genome Sequence
3 View Genomes
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General Information:
Strains form small (c 0.5 mm in diameter) colonies on Columbia sheep blood agar after 5 days incubation [1].
Phenotypic Characteristics:
Strains are asaccharolytic and generally unreactive in biochemical tests. Gas is not produced. Metabolic end-products of metabolism are acetate, propionate and isovalerate. The major cellular fatty acids are iso-C15:0 and C16:0. The mol % G+C content of the DNA is 59.4 [1].
Prevalence and Source:
Found in the human mouth
Disease Associations:
Has been isolated from an endodontic infection and clinical samples obtained from breast and pelvic abscesses, peritoneal fluid and a sebaceous cyst.
PubMed database:
[1] Jumas-Bilak E, Carlier JP, Jean-Pierre H, Citron D, Bernard K, Damay A, Gay B, Teyssier C, Campos J, Marchandin H. Jonquetella anthropi gen. nov., sp. nov., the first member of the candidate phylum 'Synergistetes' isolated from man. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2007 Dec;57(Pt 12):2743-8  [PubMed]
Curator:  William Wade
Creation Info:   2007-12-31Latest Modification:  wwade,  2007-12-31 09:33:00

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