Basket  0 items

     Strain Information: 1572/4


Division/Phylum: -    Class: Tubulinea
Image
coming
soon
Saccamoeba lacustris Corsaro et al. (2010)
CCAP 1572/4
Isolator: Michel (2004)
Origin: Freshwater; mud of a pond within a biotope, Hardest, Germany,
Culture: Medium NN; Bacteria present; sub; E. coli or Enterobacter cloacae as food bacteria
Other: Orig. desig. SL-2; the strain SL-2 harboured initially a chlamydia - like endoparasite "CH-SL". Ref. Michel et al. (2006); renamed after Corsaro et al. (2010).; formerly listed as Saccamoeba limax Dujardin 1841;

References [5]  EMBL Links
Corsaro D, Michel R, Walochnik J, Müller K-D & Greub G (2010) Saccamoeba lacustris, sp. nov. (Amoebozoa: Lobosea: Hartmannellidae), a new lobose amoeba, parasitized by the novel chlamydia 'Candidatus Metachlamydia lacustris' (Chlamydiae: Parachlamydiaceae). European Journal of Protistology 46: 86-95.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ejop.2009.11.002

Michel R, Müller K-D, Hauröder B & Zöller L (2006) Isolation of Saccamoeba limax simultaneously harboring both a Chlamydia-like endoparasite and a rod-shaped bacterium as endosymbionts. Endocytobiosis Cell Research 17: 171-179.
DOI: none

Michel R, Müller K-D & Hauröder B (2009) A novel microsporidian endoparasite replicating within the nucleus of Saccamoeba limax isolated from a pond. Endocytobiosis Cell Research 19: 120-126.
DOI: none

Michel R, Haroder B & Muller K-D (2010) Saccamoeba limax (Hartmannellidae) isolated from Elodea sp. was colonized by two strains of endocytic bacteria and a bacteriophage. Journal of Endocytobiosis and Cell Research 20: 38-44.
DOI: none

Lahr DJG, Grant JR & Katz LA (2013) Multigene phylogenetic reconstruction of the Tubulinea (Amoebozoa) corroborates four of the six major lineages, while additionally revealing that shell composition does not predict phylogeny in the Arcellinida. Protist 164: 323-339.
DOI: 10.1016/j.protis.2013.02.003

No GenBank Info