Actualización de la Colección de Microorganismos de importancia acuática

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La colección CAIM ya gozó de un proyecto de computarización por parte de la CONABIO (CC007). Durante este proyecto se computarizó la Colección, pero varias de las cepas (261) quedaron incompletas en su identificación. De las 1813 cepas (registros) faltan por identificar 210 (11.6 %) y otros 51 sólo están a nivel de género; además se han adquirido varios nuevos ejemplares. Para poder llevar a cabo la actualización de la base de datos (BIOTICA), uno de los objetivos que no se pudo satisfacer plenamente en la propuesta anterior, es necesario identificar esas cepas. Para cumplir con este objetivo, en la presenta propuesta se realizarán secuenciaciones de genes útiles ("housekeeping") para poder llegar a una identificación correcta de las cepas bacterianas faltantes. Debido a que éstos genes ya se encuentran secuenciados y disponibles en bases de datos públicas (GenBank), los resultados que se ajusten con una similitud muy elevada (superior al 97-98% para el caso del 16S rARN, por ejemplo), será el criterio para identificar la cepa como perteneciente a esa especie. En caso de que el índice de similitud sea menor, se catalogará como potencial nueva especie y sujeta a posterior análisis. Con estos datos, se actualizará la base de datos para reflejar estas nuevas determinaciones y adicionar las bacterias que se han adquirido recientemente.

Reino: 1 Filo: 5 Clase: 4 Orden: 14 Familia: 22 Género: 39 Especie: 121 Epitetoinfraespecifico: 4

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Gómez-Gil B. 2013. Actualización de la Colección de Microorganismos de Importancia Acuática (CAIM). Colección CAIM. Unidad Mazatlán. Centro de Investigación en Alimentación y Desarrollo A. C. Bases de datos SNIB-CONABIO, proyectos HA013 y CC007. México, D. F.

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Occurrence; Specimen; Bacterias

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Geographic Coverage

País: ALEMANIA País: ARGENTINA (BUENOS AIRES) País: AUSTRALIA (NO DISPONIBLE, QUEENSLAND, TASMANIA, VICTORIA) País: BANGLADESH (DHAKA BIBHAG) País: BELGICA (FLEMISH, VLAAMSE GEWEST) País: BRASIL (NO DISPONIBLE, SANTA CATARINA, SAO PAULO) País: CANADA País: CHILE País: CHINA (SHANDONG, TAIWAN, ZHEJIANG) País: COLOMBIA País: COREA DEL SUR (CHUNG-NAM, CHUNGCHEONGNAMDO, GYEONGGI, INCHEON GWANG'YEOGSI, JEJUDO) País: DINAMARCA País: ECUADOR (GUAYAS) País: EGIPTO (JANUB SINA', SOUTH SINAI) País: ENGLAND País: ESPAÑA (ANDALUCIA, CANARIAS, CATALUÑA, GALICIA, ILLES BALEARS, NAVARRA, VALENCIA, VALENCIANA) País: ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA (CALIFORNIA, CONNECTICUT, FLORIDA, GEORGIA, HAWAII, MARYLAND, MASSACHUSETTS, NEW YORK, NO DISPONIBLE, NORTH CAROLINA, OHIO, OREGON, SOUTH CAROLINA, TEXAS, VIRGINIA, WASHINGTON) País: FRANCIA (AQUITAINE, BASSE-NORMANDIE, BRETAGNE, CORSE, CORSICA, LIMOUSIN, LORRAINE, POITOU-CHARENTES) País: GRECIA País: GUATEMALA (RETALHULEU, SUROCCIDENTAL) País: GUERNSEY (GUERNSEY, VALE) País: HOLANDA (ZUID-HOLLAND) País: INDIA (TAMIL NADU) País: INDONESIA País: IRAN (FARS) País: ISRAEL (HADAROM, MERIDIONAL) País: ITALIA (CAMPANIA) País: JAPON (HOKKAIDO, IWATE, KAGOSHIMA, KANAGAWA, KOCHI, NAGASAKI, SIZUOKA, TOKYO) País: MEXICO (BAJA CALIFORNIA, BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR, COLIMA, HIDALGO, NAYARIT, SINALOA, SONORA, VERACRUZ DE IGNACIO DE LA LLAVE) País: NEW CALEDONIA País: NORUEGA (HORDALAND) País: NUEVA ZELANDA (NORTH ISLAND, WELLINGTON) País: PAPUA NUEVA GUINEA País: PHILIPINES País: PORTUGAL País: REINO UNIDO (ENGLAND, GREATER LONDON, WALES) País: SCOTLAND (HIGHLAND) País: TAILANDIA (BANGKOK, KRUNG THEP MAHA NAKHON) País: TANZANIA (KUSINI UNGUJA, ZANZIBAR) País: WALES

Bounding Coordinates South West [14.279, -157.508], North East [47.617, -73.111]

Taxonomic Coverage

Reino: Prokaryotae Filo: Proteobacteria, Firmicutes, Bacteroidetes, Tenericutes, Actinobacteria Clase: Gammaproteobacteria, Bacilli, Alphaproteobacteria, Flavobacteriia Orden: Vibrionales, Alteromonadales, Bacillales, Lactobacillales, Aeromonadales, Pseudomonadales, Enterobacteriales, Rhizobiales, Oceanospirillales, Flavobacteriales, Caulobacterales, Entomoplasmatales, Rhodobacterales, Actinomycetales Familia: Vibrionaceae, Bacillaceae, Alteromonadaceae, Staphylococcaceae, Shewanellaceae, Streptococcaceae, Aeromonadaceae, Moraxellaceae, Enterobacteriaceae, Enterococcaceae, Pseudoalteromonadaceae, Pseudomonadaceae, Brucellaceae, Oceanospirillaceae, Flavobacteriaceae, Halomonadaceae, Alcanivoracaceae, Caulobacteraceae, Micrococcaceae, Spiroplasmataceae, Rhodobacteraceae, Microbacteriaceae

Kingdom  Prokaryotae
Phylum  Proteobacteria,  Firmicutes,  Bacteroidetes,  Tenericutes,  Actinobacteria
Class  Gammaproteobacteria,  Bacilli,  Alphaproteobacteria,  Flavobacteriia
Order  Vibrionales,  Alteromonadales,  Bacillales,  Lactobacillales,  Aeromonadales,  Pseudomonadales,  Enterobacteriales,  Rhizobiales,  Oceanospirillales,  Flavobacteriales,  Caulobacterales,  Entomoplasmatales,  Rhodobacterales,  Actinomycetales
Family  Vibrionaceae,  Bacillaceae,  Alteromonadaceae,  Staphylococcaceae,  Shewanellaceae,  Streptococcaceae,  Aeromonadaceae,  Moraxellaceae,  Enterobacteriaceae,  Enterococcaceae,  Pseudoalteromonadaceae,  Pseudomonadaceae,  Brucellaceae,  Oceanospirillaceae,  Flavobacteriaceae,  Halomonadaceae,  Alcanivoracaceae,  Caulobacteraceae,  Micrococcaceae,  Spiroplasmataceae,  Rhodobacteraceae,  Microbacteriaceae
Genus  Vibrio,  Bacillus,  Marinobacter,  Photobacterium,  Staphylococcus,  Oceanobacillus,  Shewanella,  Streptococcus,  Aeromonas,  Listonella,  Psychrobacter,  Edwardsiella,  Escherichia,  Exiguobacterium,  Enterococcus,  Alteromonas,  Pseudoalteromonas,  Pseudomonas,  Grimontia,  Pantoea,  Agarivorans,  Ochrobactrum,  Marinomonas,  Acinetobacter,  Salinivibrio,  Tenacibaculum,  Enterobacter,  Halomonas,  Aliivibrio,  Alcanivorax,  Brevundimonas,  Vagococcus,  Micrococcus,  Spiroplasma,  Yersinia,  Enterovibrio,  Roseobacter,  Microbacterium,  Salmonella
Species  Vibrio fortis,  Vibrio alginolyticus,  Vibrio harveyi,  Bacillus safensis,  Vibrio parahaemolyticus,  Vibrio ponticus,  Vibrio campbellii,  Vibrio mediterranei,  Vibrio rotiferianus,  Staphylococcus saprophyticus,  Oceanobacillus sojae,  Vibrio chagasii,  Streptococcus iniae,  Vibrio owensii,  Vibrio crassostreae,  Photobacterium damselae,  Aeromonas hydrophila,  Vibrio inusitatus,  Listonella pelagia,  Vibrio azureus,  Vibrio cyclitrophicus,  Vibrio coralliilyticus,  Vibrio brasiliensis,  Psychrobacter maritimus,  Edwardsiella tarda,  Aeromonas veronii,  Shewanella baltica,  Vibrio communis,  Photobacterium leiognathi,  Bacillus tequilensis,  Vibrio orientalis,  Vibrio natriegens,  Vibrio tubiashii,  Bacillus aryabhattai,  Psychrobacter marincola,  Photobacterium swingsii,  Vibrio navarrensis,  Vibrio proteolyticus,  Vibrio splendidus,  Vibrio kanaloae,  Vibrio xuii,  Escherichia coli,  Vibrio ichthyoenteri,  Bacillus infantis,  Vibrio gigantis,  Shewanella xiamenensis,  Oceanobacillus profundus,  Exiguobacterium profundum,  Vibrio sinaloensis,  Staphylococcus gallinarum,  Enterococcus hirae,  Staphylococcus xylosus,  Staphylococcus sciuri,  Exiguobacterium mexicanum,  Bacillus thioparans,  Shewanella haliotis,  Vibrio rumoiensis,  Alteromonas macleodii,  Pseudoalteromonas spongiae,  Vibrio alfacsensis,  Photobacterium indicum,  Vibrio halioticoli,  Vibrio cholerae,  Pseudomonas beteli,  Vibrio artabrorum,  Vibrio vulnificus,  Grimontia hollisae,  Pseudomonas otitidis,  Vibrio hepatarius,  Aeromonas jandaei,  Vibrio neptunius,  Staphylococcus epidermidis,  Pseudomonas aeruginosa,  Pantoea dispersa,  Vibrio mimicus,  Agarivorans albus,  Ochrobactrum lupini,  Vibrio nereis,  Marinomonas communis,  Vibrio fluvialis,  Vibrio ordalii,  Pseudomonas taiwanensis,  Staphylococcus arlettae,  Listonella anguillarum,  Pseudomonas anguilliseptica,  Acinetobacter baumannii,  Photobacterium lutimaris,  Aeromonas punctata,  Pseudoalteromonas piscicida,  Pseudoalteromonas prydzensis,  Tenacibaculum mesophilum,  Enterobacter cloacae,  Halomonas alimentaria,  Bacillus circulans,  Vibrio cincinnatiensis,  Shewanella loihica,  Aliivibrio fischeri,  Alcanivorax dieselolei,  Bacillus cereus,  Photobacterium gaetbulicola,  Photobacterium jeanii,  Acinetobacter schindleri,  Brevundimonas terrae,  Enterococcus gallinarum,  Vagococcus lutrae,  Micrococcus yunnanesis,  Vibrio diabolicus,  Aliivibrio logei,  Spiroplasma penaei,  Photobacterium phosphoreum,  Enterobacter hormaechei,  Yersinia enterocolitica,  Vibrio aestuarianus,  Enterovibrio nigricans,  Vibrio gazogenes,  Vibrio pomeroyi,  Vibrio nigripulchritudo,  Microbacterium paraoxydans,  Vibrio rarus,  Enterovibrio norvegicus,  Pseudomonas mosselii
Infraspecificname  Photobacterium damselae subsp. damselae,  Salinivibrio costicola subsp. vallismortis,  Aeromonas hydrophila subsp. hydrophila,  Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 1964-09-08 / 2011-02-17

Project Data

La colección CAIM ya gozó de un proyecto de computarización por parte de la CONABIO (CC007). Durante este proyecto se computarizó la Colección, pero varias de las cepas (261) quedaron incompletas en su identificación. De las 1813 cepas (registros) faltan por identificar 210 (11.6 %) y otros 51 sólo están a nivel de género; además se han adquirido varios nuevos ejemplares. Para poder llevar a cabo la actualización de la base de datos (BIOTICA), uno de los objetivos que no se pudo satisfacer plenamente en la propuesta anterior, es necesario identificar esas cepas. Para cumplir con este objetivo, en la presenta propuesta se realizarán secuenciaciones de genes útiles ("housekeeping") para poder llegar a una identificación correcta de las cepas bacterianas faltantes. Debido a que éstos genes ya se encuentran secuenciados y disponibles en bases de datos públicas (GenBank), los resultados que se ajusten con una similitud muy elevada (superior al 97-98% para el caso del 16S rARN, por ejemplo), será el criterio para identificar la cepa como perteneciente a esa especie. En caso de que el índice de similitud sea menor, se catalogará como potencial nueva especie y sujeta a posterior análisis. Con estos datos, se actualizará la base de datos para reflejar estas nuevas determinaciones y adicionar las bacterias que se han adquirido recientemente.

Title Actualización de la Colección de Microorganismos de importancia acuática
Identifier SNIB-HA013-HA0131301F_corregida-ND
Funding Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO)
Study Area Description Bacterias bacterias (gram-negativas) bacterias (gram-positivas) endobacteria; bacterias (gram-positivas) enterobacteria; bacterias (gram-negativas) eubacterias fotosintéticas

The personnel involved in the project:

Bruno Gómez Gil Rodríguez Sala

Collection Data

Collection Name Colección de Microorganismos de Importancia Acuática;CAIM;Centro de Investigación en Alimentación y Desarrollo A. C.;CIAD
Collection Identifier SNIB-HA013-HA0131301F_corregida-ND
Parent Collection Identifier NO APLICA
Specimen preservation methods Deep frozen
Curatorial Units Between 1 and 13 Ejemplar

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