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Lachnospiraceae bacterium 4_1_37FAA

This strain was isolated from biopsy tissue taken from the ascending colon of a 71 year old female patient with indeterminate colitis. The biopsy specimen taken showed no evidence of inflammation at the time of collection.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss, Chris Ambrose and Emma Allen-Vercoe

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 5_1_63FAA

This strain was isolated from healthy biopsy tissue from a 51 year old female patient with Crohn's disease.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss, Chris Ambrose and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 8_1_57FAA

This strain was isolated from inflamed biopsy tissue from a 22 year old female patient with Crohn's disease.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss, Chris Ambrose and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 2_1_46FAA

This strain was isolated from a biopsy sample taken from the transverse colon of a 46 year old female patient with Crohn's disease in remission. The biopsy specimen was healthy at the time of collection.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss, Chris Ambrose and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 3_1_46FAA

This strain was isolated from healthy biopsy tissue taken from the gastrointestinal tract of a 45 year old female patient with Crohn's disease.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss, Chris Ambrose and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 6_1_63FAA

This strain was isolated from a biopsy sample taken from the ascending colon of a 51 year old female patient with Crohn's disease in remission. The biopsy specimen was healthy at the time of collection.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss, Chris Ambrose and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 9_1_43BFAA

This strain was isolated from a biopsy sample taken from the transverse colon of a 59 year old female patient with active Crohn's disease. The biopsy specimen was inflamed at the time of collection.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss, Chris Ambrose and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium Oral taxon 107 strain F0167

This strain has been isolated from a human subject by the Moore's Laboratory in March 1988. The subject was a 14 year old American white male. The bacteria was isolated from the subgingival oral biofilm. The bacteria was grown in anaerobic conditions.

The partial 16S ribosomal RNA gene was deposited to GenBank under the reference FJ577253. The phylogenetic relative position is available at the Human Oral Microbiome Database (HOMD). The strain is available at BEI Resources under the reference HM-7.

Authors: Jacques Izard, Jessica M. Blanton, Oxana V. Baranova, Anne C. Tanner and Floyd E. Dewhirst.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 1_4_56FAA

This strain was isolated from inflamed biopsy tissue taken from the terminal ileum of a 29 year old female with Crohn's disease.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 3_1_57FAA_CT1

This strain was isolated from inflamed biopsy tissue taken from the transverse colon of a 22 year old female patient with Crohn's disease.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 5_1_57FAA

This strain was isolated from inflamed biopsy tissue taken from the terminal ileum of a 22 year old female patient with Crohn's disease.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 1_1_57FAA

This strain was isolated from inflamed biopsy tissue taken from the terminal ileum of a 22 year old female patient with Crohn's disease.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 2_1_58FAA

This strain was isolated from inflamed biopsy tissue taken from the descending colon of a 39 year old female patient with ulcerative colitis.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium 7_1_58FAA

This strain (renamed from Clostridium orbiscindens) was isolated from inflamed descending colon tissue taken from a 39 year old patient with ulcerative colitis.

Authors: Michelle Daigneault, Jaclyn Strauss and Emma Allen-Vercoe.

Lachnospiraceae bacterium ACC2

Strictly anaerobic non-spore-forming non-motile rod-shaped bacterium with cell sizes of 0.5-0.8 x 4-40 μm was isolated from subgingival dental plaque by Dr. Maria Sizova in March 2010. The subject was 25 year old American black female. Cells of the strain ACC2 were Gram-variable after staining, but structurally Gram-positive. Swollen cells were often observed. The partial 16S rRNA gene sequence was deposited to GenBank under the reference HM120209. On the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequence similarities strain ACC2 may represent a novel genus within the family Lachnospiraceae for which the name Stomatobaculum longum gen. nov., sp. nov. is proposed. Strain ACC2 is available in the BEI Resources under the reference HM-480 and in the DSMZ under the number DSM 24645.

Authors: Maria Sizova, Amanda Hazen, Slava Epstein.