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Streptococcus sp.

Streptococcus sp.

Catalogue No.

NCTC 5389

Current Name

Streptococcus sp.

Type Strain

Reference Strain

Original Strain Reference

N O'Mahoney

Culture Conditions

Growth Conditions on Solid Media

Columbia blood agar, 24-48 hours, 37°C, O₂

Biological and Genomic Info


Glycerol: -

Salicin: +

Xylose: -


Lancefield Group F

Antigenic Properties

serovar group f

Gram Stain Result


Enzyme Tests

Catalase: -

Strain Data

(CN 4121) L. Colebrook, London in 1938 / Preparation of group F antiserum

Colony Appearance

Smooth, Shiny

Additional Info

Accession Date




Isolated From

not recorded



Available Formats

  • Ampoule (Bacteria)

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