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Table 1 Bacterial strains and isolates used in this study

From: Pinewood nematode-associated bacteria contribute to oxidative stress resistance of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus

Bacteria used in this study

Genotype or Phenotype

Source or Reference

Serratia spp. LCN-4 (100% Max. Identity: S. proteamaculans)

AmpR; EryR

Bacterium associated with long lab culturing PWN. [8, 45]

Serratia spp. LCN-16 (100% Max. Identity: S. proteamaculans)

AmpR; EryR

Bacterium associated with PWN freshly isolated from wilting tree. [8, 45]

Serratia spp. PWN-146 (99% Max. Identity: S. marcescens)

AmpR; EryR; KmR;TetR; RifR

Escherichia coli OP50

 

WormBase http://www.wormbase.org

mini – TN7 tagging system

  

Escherichia coli S17::λpir (deliver)

pBK-miniTN7-gfp2; GmR; KmR

[4648]

Escherichia coli SM10::λpir (helper)

pUX-BF13, AmpR

[47]

  1. R – resistance; Amp – ampicillin; Ery – erytromycin; Km – kanamycin; Tet – tetracyclin; Gm – gentamycin; Rif – rifampycin.