|NCTC Number:||NCTC 14030|
|Current Name:||Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serotype Typhimurium|
|Original Strain Reference:||Aertrycke orig.|
|Other Collection No:||M65|
|Hazard Group (ACDP):||2|
|Release Restrictions:||Terms & Conditions of Supply of Microbial Pathogens: Safety|
|Antigenic Properties:||Serotype Typhimurium|
|Conditions for growth on solid media:||Nutrient Agar, 37°C, O2, 24 hours|
|Isolated From:||Unknown. Pre-1926.|
|Bibliography:||K. S. Baker et al The Murray collection of pre-antibiotic era Enterobacteriacae: a unique research resource. Genome Med. 2015; 7: 97 ; Professor EGD Murray, an appreciation|
|Data:||A part of the Murray Collection, a collection of pre-antibiotic era isolated dated 1917-1954. This strain has no known plasmids (As described in K.S. Baker et al 2015).|
|Other Typing Information:||Sequence type: 19|
|History:||Accessioned into NCTC < Transferred to NCTC c.1980 < R.E.G. Murray < Everitt George Dunn Murray (1964)|
|Authority:||(ex Kauffmann and Edwards 1952) Le Minor and Popoff 1987|
|Depositor:||R. E. G. Murray|
|Biosafety Responsibility:||It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that their facilities comply with biosafety regulations for their own country|
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