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Liz,
The Ralstonia genera were formerly...Burkholderia spp., formerly...
Pseudomonas spp., but always gram negative, aerobic, oxidase positive rods;
not gram positive bacilli producing endospores...correct me if I am wrong.
Bill Holmes




"Kerrigan, Liz" <[log in to unmask]>@PEACH.EASE.LSOFT.COM> on 12/11/2003
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Subject:    Re: [PMFLIST] Brevibacillus borsteleusis


Did you mean Brevibacillus borstelensis? Here is a link to the 2 strains
available at ATCC...one is the type strain...usually found in soil..in fact
one was isolated from soil(ATCC# 51668)
http://www.atcc.org/SearchCatalogs/longview.cfm?view=ba,8094935,51668&text=B

revibacillus%20%26%20borstelensis&max=20
The other is ATCC# 51667.
It is described as being aerobic, gram-positive or gram-variable bacillus
that produces endospores. Colonies appearing on agar medium may be smooth,
or may have hair-like outgrowths endospores and appears in chains. Colonies
appearing on agar medium may be smooth, or may have hair-like outgrowths
from the edge. It is ubiquitous in nature and is found in soil, dust,
water,
plants, humans and animals. It can sometimes cause food poisoning in humans
and animals. It is usually considered nonpathogenic in humans.
 Hope this helps!
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From: McCabe Dawn D [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2003 12:19 PM
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Subject: [PMFLIST] Brevibacillus borsteleusis


Hello,
I would appreciate any information anyone has on Brevibacillus
borsteleusis,
and also on the genus Ralstonia.  Thank you in advance for your help.

Dawn M. McCabe, RM(NRM)

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