Cystobacter

Cystobacter

[¦sis·tə′bak·tər]
(microbiology)
A genus of bacteria in the family Cystobacteraceae; vegetative cells are tapered, sporangia are sessile, and microcysts are rigid rods.
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Several Gram-negative bacteria, including Burkholderia (El Banna and WinkelmannEl-Banna et al., 1998; Mendes et al., 2007; Roitman et al., 1990) strains, Corallococcus exiguus, Cystobacter ferrugineus, Myxococcus fulvus (Gerth et al., 1982), Enterobacter agglomerans (Chernin et al., 1996), Pseudomonas (Arima, et al., 1964; Elander et al., 1968; Lively et al., 1966), and the actinomycete Actinosporangium vitaminophilum produced nitro-containing antibiotics with antifungal activity (Arima, et al., 1964; Mendes et al., 2007), and also were active against some Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria (Ezaki et al., 1981, 1983).