Eubacterium hallii. Cells from PY broth culture. Scale, 10 microns. - Source:2Fermentation
Strictly anaerobic, fermenters 2. Cells are rods occurring singly, in pairs and sometimes forming filaments of more than 25 microns in length 2. Nothing is known about the in situ physiology of the genus.
Ehal1469 specifically targets, Eubacterium hallii, Clostridium herbivorans and Clostridium polysaccharolyticum 1.
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