iron and sulphate reducing bacteria

Richard Oeffner roeffner at csusm.edu
Tue Aug 8 11:42:48 EST 2000


Try ATCC or DSMZ or US federation for culture collections. Also, BD (through
Fisher) has available cultures. etc. There are many avenues for finding and
purchasing such cultures.

R. Oeffner
CSU San Marcos

"N. Parmar" wrote:

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> >I am wondering if anyone knows where I can get control strains of iron and
> >sulphate reducing bacteria. I would like either control cultures on loops or
> >freeze dried,  or slide preparation controls of these microbes. Thank you.
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> >Hi,
> try ATCC collections
> nagina
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