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KCTC 1790 Clostridium acetobutylicum

KCTC No. 1790
Scientific Name Clostridium acetobutylicum
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Synonym Granulobacter pectinovorum
Kind Bacteria - Firmicutes
Reference 1
Genome Information
History <- DSM <- ATCC <- E. R. Weyer, Yale University, Laboratory of General Bacteriology, New Haven, Connecticut, USA (`Granulobacter pectinovorum`)
Other Collection No. 2291, W, ATCC [824], BCRC [10639], CCUG [42182], CECT [508], DSM [792], IAM [19013], IFO [13948], JCM [1419], KCTC [1788], LMG [5710], NBRC [13948], NRRL [B-527], VKM [B-1787]
Source From cornmeal
Product1 Produces acetone[121/5802], acidolysin [5803] , autobacteriocin [1567], n-butanol [121/5802].
Product2 Cellulase(-)/Protease(-)
Aero Condition Anaerobic
Application
Temperature 37 ℃
Culture Method
KCTC Media No. KCTC Media No. 8 : Reinforced Clostridial Medium
, KCTC Media No. 120 : CAB (Clostridium acetobutylicum) Medium
Biosafty Level 1
Price
[Delivery form & Price]
- Freeze dried ampoule : ₩90,000 KRW
- Actively growing culture : ₩135,000 KRW

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Title_ArrowPapers citing current resources

Title Journal Title Issued year
Partitioning of butanol and other fermentation broth components in phosphonium and ammonium-based ionic liquids and their toxicity to solventogenic clostridia Elsevier 2011
Hyper-thermal acid hydrolysis and adsorption treatment of red seaweed, Gelidium amansii for butyric acid production with pH control Springer 2017
Acetone, butanol, and ethanol production from the green seaweed Enteromorpha intestinalis via the separate hydrolysis and fermentation Springer 2018
Acetone?Butanol?Ethanol Production from Waste Seaweed Collected from Gwangalli Beach, Busan, Korea, Based on pH-Controlled and Sequential?… Springer 2018
R-phycoerythrin, R-phycocyanin and ABE production from Gelidium amansii by Clostridium acetobutylicum Elsevier 2019
Butanol and butyric acid production from Saccharina japonica by Clostridium acetobutylicum and Clostridium tyrobutyricum with adaptive evolution Springer 2019