Reischl et al. 2006, DSM 44395
Mycobacterium monacense is a yellow-pigmented, non-photochromogenic species of mycobacterium named after Monacum, the Latin name of the German city Munich where the first strain was isolated. It grows in less than a week on solid medium.
It is thought to be responsible for a severe, post-traumatic wound infection, reported in a healthy boy.
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Strain B9-21-178 = CIP 109237 = DSM 44395.
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