|NCTC Number:||NCTC 14293|
|Current Name:||Varibaculum cambriense|
|Original Strain Reference:||R-12359|
|Other Collection No:||CCUG 44998; CIP 107344; DSM 15806; Hall R12359|
|Hazard Group (ACDP):||2|
|Release Restrictions:||Terms & Conditions of Supply of Microbial Pathogens: Safety|
|Conditions for growth on solid media:||Columbia blood agar, 37°C, AnO₂, 72 hours|
|Isolated From:||Human (27 year old male), postauricular abscess. London, UK. 1998.|
|Bibliography:||Hall V, Collins MD, Lawson PA, Hutson RA, Falsen E, Inganas E, Duerden B. Characterization of some actinomyces-like isolates from human clinical sources: description of Varibaculum cambriensis gen nov, sp nov. J Clin Microbiol. 2003 Feb;41(2):640-4.|
|History:||Accessioned into the NCTC < Deposited into the CCUG 06/03/2001 < M. D. Collins (Univeristy of Reading, Reading, UK) < V. Hall (Cardiff, Wales, UK)|
|Authority:||Corrig. Hall et al. 2003|
|Depositor:||Culture Collection, University of Gothenburg (CCUG, Gothenburg, Sweden)|
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