Cytophagales

Cytophagales

[‚sīd·ō·fə′gā·lēz]
(microbiology)
An order of gliding bacteria; cells are rods or filaments and motile by gliding, and fruiting bodies are not produced.
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This invention relates to a method for the production of an enzyme, which comprises culturing in a medium a strain that belongs to a bacterium classified into Cytophagales or Actinomycetes and has the ability to produce an enzyme having a property to deamidate amido groups in protein, thereby effecting production of said enzyme, and subsequently collecting said enzyme from the culture mixture.
Aichi, Japan) has patented a method for the production of an enzyme, which comprises culturing in a medium a strain that belongs to a bacterium classified into Cytophagales or Actinomycetes, or a new bacterium Chryseobacterium sp.