- S.-J. KimAffiliated withEnvironmental Microbiology Laboratory, Helmholtz Centre for Infection ResearchMarine Biotechnology Research Centre, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute
- , K. K. KwonAffiliated withEnvironmental Microbiology Laboratory, Helmholtz Centre for Infection ResearchMarine Biotechnology Research Centre, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute
Many clones and isolates affiliated to the Bacteroidetes have been reported from hydrocarbon-contaminated environments. However, most of these isolates could not be confirmed as hydrocarbon degraders. Only one strain, Yeosuana aromativorans, is reported to be a hydrocarbon-degrading species of the Bacteroidetes. Some other isolates, belonging to Bacteroidetes, will also be described.
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- Handbook of Hydrocarbon and Lipid Microbiology
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