TABLE 1.

MSH content of Actinobacteriaa

Strain(s)MSH contentb
Actinomadura hibisca ATCC 53557L
Actinomyces israelii ATCC 10049N
Agromyces ramosus ATCC 25173N
Arthrobacter globiformis ATCC 8010N
Corynebacterium diphtheriae UCSD 21L
Kocurea rosea ATCC 144M
Marine Streptomycetaceaec
    CNQ525, CNQ687, and CNQ695L
    CNR252, CNQ698, CNQ719, and CNQ766M
    CNR530 and CNQ857H
    CNQ703L-M
Marine Thermomonosporaceaec
    CNR363L
    CNR431H
Micrococcus agilis ATCC 966L
Micrococcus luteus UCSD 22M
Micrococcus luteus ATCC 4698M
Micrococcus kristinae ATCC 27570L
Micromonospora carbonacea ATCC 27144L
Micromonospora floridensis JCM 3265H
Micromonospora fulvopurpurea JCM 5696M
Mycobacterium avium NJH9151 and NJH1854-4M
Mycobacterium chelonae UCSD 102M
Mycobacterium fortuitum UCSD 101M
Mycobacterium smegmatis mc2155 and mc26H
Mycobacterium tuberculosis ATCC 25618H
Mycobacterium tuberculosis PZAR UCSD 100M
Nocardia sp. strain NRRL 5646dM
Nocardia asteroides UCSD 1 and UCSD 3M
Nocardiopsis mutabilis ATCC 31520L
Salinispora arenicola CNR107, CNR003, CNR643,
    CNH725, and CNQ976cM
Streptomyces clavuligerus ATCC 270674M
Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2)M
Streptomyces jumonjinensis ATCC 29864M
Streptomyces lactamdurans ATCC 27382M
Streptomyces lividans 1326M
  • a From reference 84, except as noted.

  • b N (none), <0.05 μmol per g dry weight; L (low), 0.05 to 2 μmol per g dry weight; M, (medium), 2 to 10 μmol per g dry weight; H (high), >10 μmol per g dry weight.

  • c From reference 89.

  • d From reference 64.