Human Oral Microbiome Taxon Description
Neisseria oralis
Human Oral Taxon ID (HOT):014Synonym:
Neisseria sp. F0314
Neisseria sp. oral taxon 014
Oral Clone AP085
Oral Clone AP015
Named - Cultured
Type Strain:
6332, DSM 25276, LMG 26725
More info at StrainInfo
NCBI Taxonomy ID:
16S rRNA Sequence:
JN104029  [Entrez Link]
GQ131417  [Entrez Link]
AY005023  [Entrez Link]
AY005025  [Entrez Link]
PubMed Search:2  [PubMed Link]
16S rRNA Alignment: View Alignment         Download Alignment         NoteNucleotide Search:17  [Entrez Nucleotide Link]
Phylogeny: View 16S rRNA tree         View all Tree filesProtein Search:1  [Entrez Protein Link]
Prevalence by Molecular Cloning:
Clones seen = 60 / 34879 = 0.172%
Rank Abundance = Tied for 109
Genome Sequence
1 View Genome
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General Information:
Neisseria sp. Oral taxon 014 strain F0314 has been isolated from a human subject by the Moore's Laboratory in June 1982. The subject was a 23 year old American white female. The bacteria was isolated from the subgingival oral biofilm at a healthy site. The bacteria was grown in anaerobic conditions. The partial 16S ribosomal RNA gene was deposited to GenBank under the reference GQ131417. The strain is available at under the reference HM-91. This strain is part of the reference strains for the oral section of the Human Microbiome Project.  The species has been named Neisseria oralis.  The genome is available as ADEA00000000.  The genome link above may be disrupted until name at NCBI officially gets changed.
Curator:  Jacques Izard
Creation Info:   Latest Modification:  fdewhirst,  2012-11-01 12:12:20

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