Fungi



BCRC Number: 30506
Organism: Aspergillus brasiliensis
Author: Varga et al.
History: << ATCC << S. M. Ringel WLRI 034(120)
Other Collection No.: ATCC 16404; IFO 9455; IMI 149007; CBS 733.88; DSM 1387; DSM 1988; NCPF 2275; JCM 39130
Source: blueberry
Isolated Info:
    Isolated location: North Carolina, U. S. A.
Local Strain: NO
Characterization:
Production DNA topoisomerase--M975
Test preservative efficacy in solid cosmetics--M2437
preservative efficacy--M2083
preparatory test control--M2345
medium testing--M2408
antimicrobial preservation--M77, M78, M187, M2186, M2342, M2343, M2345
antifungal testing--M2436
Taxonomy --M2756
Others: transformation host--M2047,M2074; name change--until Oct 2007 preserved as Aspergillus niger
Growth Conditions: 24°C 7 day(s)
Oxygen Requirement: Aerobic
Biosafety Level: 1
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References



M187
1978. Standard test method for preservatives in water-containing cosmetics. ANSI-ASTM E640-78.
M2083
Connolly, P., S. F. Bloomfield, and S. P. Denyer 1994. The use of impedance for preservative efficacy testing of pharmaceuticals and cosmetic products J. Appl. Bacteriol. 76: 68-74
M2186
. Standard test method for evaluation of antimicrobial agents as preservatives for invert emulsion and other water containing hydraulic fluids. ASTM Standard Test Method E979-91
M2342
1993. Efficacy of antimicrobial preservation. Br. Pharmacopoeia 1993, v.2: Appendix XVI C, pp. A191-A192.
M2343
1997. Efficacy of antimicrobial preservation. Eur. Pharmacopoeia, 3rd ed., EP 5.1.3.
M2345
1995. Antimicrobial preservatives--effectiveness. U.S. Pharmacopeia, 23rd rev., <51>, p. 1681.
M2408
1996. Quality assurance for commercially prepared microbiological culture media. 2nd ed. NCCLS M22-A2.
M2436
Inamori Y., Y. Okamoto, Y. Takegawa, H. Tsujibo, Y. Sakagami, Y. Kumeda, M. Shibata, and A. Numata. 1998. Insecticidal and antifungal activities of aminorhodanine derivatives. Bioscience Biotechnology & Biochemistry 62: 1025-1027.
M2437
Tran, T. T., and S. W. Collier. 1992. Direct contact membrane inoculation of yeasts and moulds for evaluating preservative efficacy in solid cosmetics. International Journal of Cosmetic Science 14: 163-172.
M2756
Varga, J., S. Kocsubé, B. Tóth, J. C. Frisvad, G. Perrone, A. Susca, M. Meijer, and R. A. Samson. 2007. Aspergillus brasiliensis sp. nov., a biseriate black Aspergillus species with world-wide distribution. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 57: 1925-1932.
M77
1980. U. S. Pharmacopeia, 20th Rev., pp. 873-874.
M78
1980. Brit. Pharmacopoeia. 2: A193.
M975
Shen, L. L., J. Baranowski, J. Fostel, D. A. A. Montgomery, and P. A. Lartey 1992. DNA topoisomerases from pathogenic fungi: targets for the discovery of antifungal drugs Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 36: 2778-2784
 

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MALT EXTRACT AGAR III
Malt extract20.0g
Agar15.0g
Distilled water1.0L
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MALT EXTRACT AGAR I (Blakeslee's Formula)
Glucose20.0g
Peptone1.0g
Agar20.0g
Distilled water1.0L
Malt extract20.0g
Add glucose prior to sterilization.
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POTATO DEXTROSE AGAR (PDA)
Diced potatoes200.0 g
Glucose20.0 g
Agar15.0 g
Distilled water1.0 L
Boil finely diced potatoes in 500 ml of water until thoroughly cooked, filter through cheesecloth and add water to filtrate to 1.0 L. The agar is dissolved in the filtrate by heating, and the glucose is added prior to sterilization.

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