Brevibacterium


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Brevibacterium

[‚brev·ə‚bak′tir·ē·əm]
(microbiology)
A genus of short, unbranched, rod-shaped bacteria in the coryneform group.
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Biochemical and nucleic acid hybridization studies on Brevibacterium linens and related strains.
Genus (Strain number) 16S rRN A gene sequencing Species ID CICC 23998 Bacillus (7) Bacillus circulans CICC 23977 Bacillus inf antis CICC 23972 Bacillus licheniformis CICC 23974 Bacillus licheniformis CICC 24016 Bacillus endophyticus CICC 24017 Bacillus sub til is CICC 24034 Bacillus sub til is CICC 23966 Brevibacterium (1) Brevibacterium sanguinis or Brevibacterium celere CICC 24026 Curtobacterium (1) Curtobacterium sp.
Wild Brevibacterium flavum was used to induce mutation by random mutagenesis for hyper production of lysine through fermentation.
Production of microbial biomass protein from mixed substrates by sequential culture fermentation of Candida utilis and Brevibacterium lactofermentum.
2003, "Influence of growth conditions on bacteriocin production by Brevibacterium linens," Appl.
To increase glutamate yield and productivity, we used Brevibacterium strain NIAB SS-67 and got 38 g glutamic acid/L of glucose -trypticase (L-6) medium (pH 7.
aureus, Brevibacterium ammoniagenes, Streptococcus mutans and Propionibacterium acnes.
Now the research has shown that a new group of bacterial strains are involved in the later stage of ripening, out-competing the Brevibacterium and providing the flavour.
Studies on the rate of lysine production by Brevibacterium lactofermentum from glucose.
However, this identification based only on growth cycle and Gram staining, it may be mistaken with other genera such as Brevibacterium and Rhodococcus (11).
In present study lysine was produced at mass scale in 10 litre flask with 5 litre fermentation medium having pre-treated molasses (15 brix) as substrate by Brevibacterium flavum.
50 (Bacillus C6, Brevibacterium MFD-47 and Pantoea MFD-232) and 3.