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Stenotrophomonas maltophilia, Enterobacter hormaechei, Bacillus licheniformis, Staphylococcus saprophyticus, Arthrobacter sp.
flavus and Penicellium steckii while the bacterial isolates were assigned to the genera: Bacillus, Arthrobacter,Moraxella and Streptomyces.
The study found that bacillus cereus - a bug that can cause food poisoning and is found in rice, pasta, potatoes and pies - was the most common along with arthrobacter, which is found in soil and human skin.
Earlier workers have reported 3-HPA from glycerol by using a number of different genera namely, Agrobacterium, Alcaligenes, Arthrobacter.
To analyze the carbohydrate contents in human pro-ANP, pro-BNP, and pro-CNP, we carried out glycosidase digestion experiments using deglycosylation enzymes including PNGase F from Chryseobacterium meningosepticum, recombinant [alpha[-2(3,6,8,9) neuraminidase (also called sialidase A) from Arthrobacter ureafaciens, and recombinant O-glycosidase from Streptococcus pneumonia (Prozyme).
The bacteria, Arthrobacter sp, Brevibacterium sp and Rhodococcus sp were able to break down six commonly occurring microcystins.
The relevant plant was genetically engineered with choline oxidase (COD), a kind of arthrobacter globiformis, using NPI's proprietary genetic technology MAT Vector System.
The most extensively studied amine oxidases are from Escherichia coli, Arthrobacter globiformis, Hansenula polymorpha, and Pisum sativum [4, 6-8].
The bacterium was identified as Arthrobacter nicotinovorans by 16S rDNA sequence analysis.
In another study, a bacterium (coded JP and later identified by American Type Culture Collection as an Arthrobacter spp.
THE EFFECTS OF AN ARTHROBACTER BACTERIA FILTER ON OIL IN WATER AS MEASURED BY BUSH LIMA BEAN PLANTS (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS)
However, small populations of non-nitrogen-fixing (Peters, 1977) bacteria do occur, such as Pseudomonas and Azotobacter (Bottomley, 1920; Shi & Hall, 1988) as well as Arthrobacter (Van Hove, 1989; Carrapico, 1991).
Spray-drying of yeast-lytic enzymes from Arthrobacter spp.