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Phylum Actinobacteria, Class Actinobacteria, Order Micrococcales, Family Microbacteriaceae, Genus Microbacterium, Microbacterium
binotii
Clermont, Diard, Bouchier, Vivier, Bimet, Motreff, Welker, Kallow and Bizet 2009.
Gram-positive, short rods. Non-motile. Non-spore-forming.
Colonies are yellow, 1-2 mm in diameter on TSA agar after 48 hours. Aerobic growth.
Grows at 15-37 ºC. Grows in 0-6% NaCl media.
Isolated from human blood.
Undetermined.
  1. Clermont D., Diard S., Bouchier C., Vivier C., Bimet F., Motreff L., Welker M., Kallow W. And Bizet C., 2009. Microbacterium binotii
    sp. nov., isolated from human blood. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 59, 1016-1022.
  2. Suzuki K.I. and Hamada M., 2012. Genus I. Microbacterium Orla-Jensen 1919, emend. Takeuchi and Hatano 1998. In: Goodfellow
    M., Kampfer P. et al. (Editors), Bergey’s Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, Second Edition, Vol. Five, The Actinobacteria, Part A, p.
    814-852.
Positive results for acid phosphatase, esterase, alpha- and beta-galactosidase, alpha-
and beta-
glucosidase, N-acetyl-beta-glucosaminidase, starch hydrolysis, acid
production from: L-arabinose, arbutin, cellobiose, esculin, fructose, gentiobiose,
glucose, glycerol, galactose, gluconate, lactose, maltose, mannose, mannitol, salicin,
starch, sucrose, trehalose, turanose & xylose.


Negative results for
arginine dihydrolase, casein hydrolysis, alpha-fucosidase, gelatin hydrolysis, beta-glucuronidase, H2S
production, indole production, lysine decarboxylase, alpha-mannosidase, nitrate reduction, ornithine decarboxylase, trypsine, urease
and Voges-Proskauer test.
Microbacterium binotii
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