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Genus Dialister

Warning: In the List of Prokaryotic names with Standing in Nomenclature, an arrow () only indicates the sequence of valid publication of names and does not mean that the last name in the sequence must be used (see: Introduction).

Number of species cited in this file: 5
Number of subspecies cited in this file: 0

Classification (Warning: see also the file "Classification of prokaryotes: Introduction").


For a detailed description of this taxon see Bergey’s Manual of Systematics of Archaea and Bacteria (BMSAB).


 

Dialister (ex Bergey et al. 1923) Moore and Moore 1994, gen. nov., nom. rev.
Type species: ¤ Dialister pneumosintes (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Moore and Moore 1994.
Synonym: "Dialister" Bergey et al. 1923.
Etymology: unknown.
Valid publication: MOORE (L.V.H.) and MOORE (W.E.C.): Oribaculum catoniae gen. nov., sp. nov.; Catonella morbi gen. nov., sp. nov.; Hallella seregens gen. nov., sp. nov., Johnsonella ignava gen. nov., sp. nov.; and Dialister pneumosintes gen. nov., comb. nov., nom. rev., anaerobic gram-negative bacilli from the human gingival crevice. Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol., 1994, 44, 187-192.
Original article in IJSEM Online

Note: In the paper by Moore and Moore 1994, the genus Dialister is erroneously cited as Dialister (Olitsky and Gates). The genus Dialister was first proposed by Bergey 1923 not by Olitsky and Gates 1921. In 1921, Olitsky and Gates proposed the name "Bacterium pneumosintes". See also, The Index Bergeyana.

Dialister (ex Bergey et al. 1923) Moore and Moore 1994 emend. Downes et al. 2003.
Type species: ¤ Dialister pneumosintes (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Moore and Moore 1994 emend. Downes et al. 2003.
Synonym: "Dialister" Bergey et al. 1923.
Etymology: unknown.
Reference: DOWNES (J.), MUNSON (M.) and WADE (W.G.): Dialister invisus sp. nov., isolated from the human oral cavity. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol., 2003, 53, 1937-1940.
Original article in IJSEM Online

Note: The etymology, and therefore the gender, of the genus name Dialister is unknown. According to Rule 65(3), Downes et al. 2003 propose that the gender of the genus name be assigned as male.

Dialister (ex Bergey et al. 1923) Moore and Moore 1994 emend. Jumas-Bilak et al. 2005.
Type species: ¤ Dialister pneumosintes (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Moore and Moore 1994.
Synonym: "Dialister" Bergey et al. 1923.
Etymology: Unknown.
Reference: JUMAS-BILAK (E.), JEAN-PIERRE (H.), CARLIER (J.P.), TEYSSIER (C.), BERNARD (K.), GAY (B.), CAMPOS (J.), MORIO (F.) and MARCHANDIN (H.): Dialister micraerophilus sp. nov. and Dialister propionicifaciens sp. nov., isolated from human clinical samples. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol., 2005, 55, 2471-2478.
Original article in IJSEM Online

Dialister (ex Bergey et al. 1923) Moore and Moore 1994 emend. Morotomi et al. 2008.
Type species: ¤ Dialister pneumosintes (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Moore and Moore 1994.
Synonym: "Dialister" Bergey et al. 1923.
Etymology: unknown.
Reference: MOROTOMI (M.), NAGAI (F.), SAKON (H.) and TANAKA (R.): Dialister succinatiphilus sp. nov. and Barnesiella intestinihominis sp. nov., isolated from human faeces. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol., 2008, 58, 2716-2720.
Original article in IJSEM Online

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Dialister invisus Downes et al. 2003, sp. nov.
Type strain: (see also StrainInfo.net) E7.25 = CCUG 47026 = DSM 15470 = JCM 17566.
Sequence accession no. (16S rRNA gene) for the type strain: AY162469.
Etymology: L. masc. adj. invisus, unseen, referring to the lack of turbidity of broth cultures of this organism.
Valid publication: DOWNES (J.), MUNSON (M.) and WADE (W.G.): Dialister invisus sp. nov., isolated from the human oral cavity. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol., 2003, 53, 1937-1940.
Original article in IJSEM Online

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Dialister micraerophilus Jumas-Bilak et al. 2005, sp. nov.
Type strain: (see also StrainInfo.net) ADV 04.01 = AIP 25.04 = CCUG 48837 = CIP 108278 = JCM 17567.
Sequence accession no. (16S rRNA gene) for the type strain: AF473837.
Etymology: Gr. adj. mikros, small; Gr. n. aer aeros, air; N.L. adj. philus -a -um (from Gr. adj. philos -ê -on), friend, loving; N.L. masc. adj. micraerophilus, slightly air-loving, referring to the ability of the species to grow under micoaerophilic conditions.
Valid publication: JUMAS-BILAK (E.), JEAN-PIERRE (H.), CARLIER (J.P.), TEYSSIER (C.), BERNARD (K.), GAY (B.), CAMPOS (J.), MORIO (F.) and MARCHANDIN (H.): Dialister micraerophilus sp. nov. and Dialister propionicifaciens sp. nov., isolated from human clinical samples. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol., 2005, 55, 2471-2478.
Original article in IJSEM Online

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Dialister pneumosintes (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Moore and Moore 1994, comb. nov. (Type species of the genus.)
Type strain: (see also StrainInfo.net) ATCC 33048= CCUG 21025 = CIP 107041 = DSM 11619 = JCM 10004.
Sequence accession no. (16S rRNA gene) for the type strain: X82500.
Basonym: ¤ Bacteroides pneumosintes (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Holdeman and Moore 1970 (Approved Lists 1980).
Other synonyms: "Bacterium pneumosintes" Olitsky and Gates 1921, "Dialister pneumosintes" (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Bergey et al. 1923, "Bacillus pneumosintes" (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Ford 1927, "Dialister pneumosintes var. septicemiae" Hauduroy et al. 1953.
Etymology: Gr. n. pneuma, wind, breathed air; Gr. n. sintes, a spoiler, thief; N.L. masc. adj. pneumosintes, breath destroying.
Valid publication: MOORE (L.V.H.) and MOORE (W.E.C.): Oribaculum catoniae gen. nov., sp. nov.; Catonella morbi gen. nov., sp. nov.; Hallella seregens gen. nov., sp. nov., Johnsonella ignava gen. nov., sp. nov.; and Dialister pneumosintes gen. nov., comb. nov., nom. rev., anaerobic gram-negative bacilli from the human gingival crevice. Int. J. Syst. Bacteriol., 1994, 44, 187-192.
Original article in IJSEM Online

Dialister pneumosintes (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Moore and Moore 1994 emend. Downes et al. 2003.
Type strain: (see also StrainInfo.net) ATCC 33048= CCUG 21025 = CIP 107041 = DSM 11619 = JCM 10004.
Sequence accession no. (16S rRNA gene) for the type strain: X82500.
Basonym: ¤ Bacteroides pneumosintes (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Holdeman and Moore 1970 (Approved Lists 1980).
Other synonyms: "Bacterium pneumosintes" Olitsky and Gates 1921, "Dialister pneumosintes" (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Bergey et al. 1923, "Bacillus pneumosintes" (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Ford 1927, "Dialister pneumosintes var. septicemiae" Hauduroy et al. 1953.
Etymology: Gr. n. pneuma, wind, breathed air; Gr. n. sintes, a spoiler, thief; N.L. masc. adj. pneumosintes, breath destroying.
Reference: DOWNES (J.), MUNSON (M.) and WADE (W.G.): Dialister invisus sp. nov., isolated from the human oral cavity. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol., 2003, 53, 1937-1940.
Original article in IJSEM Online

Dialister pneumosintes (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Moore and Moore 1994 emend. Jumas-Bilak et al. 2005.
Type strain: (see also StrainInfo.net) ATCC 33048= CCUG 21025 = CIP 107041 = DSM 11619 = JCM 10004.
Sequence accession no. (16S rRNA gene) for the type strain: X82500.
Basonym: ¤ Bacteroides pneumosintes (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Holdeman and Moore 1970 (Approved Lists 1980).
Other synonyms: "Bacterium pneumosintes" Olitsky and Gates 1921, "Dialister pneumosintes" (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Bergey et al. 1923, "Bacillus pneumosintes" (Olitsky and Gates 1921) Ford 1927, "Dialister pneumosintes var. septicemiae" Hauduroy et al. 1953.
Etymology: Gr. n. pneuma, wind, breathed air; Gr. n. sintes, a spoiler, thief; N.L. masc. adj. pneumosintes, breath destroying.
Reference: JUMAS-BILAK (E.), JEAN-PIERRE (H.), CARLIER (J.P.), TEYSSIER (C.), BERNARD (K.), GAY (B.), CAMPOS (J.), MORIO (F.) and MARCHANDIN (H.): Dialister micraerophilus sp. nov. and Dialister propionicifaciens sp. nov., isolated from human clinical samples. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol., 2005, 55, 2471-2478.
Original article in IJSEM Online

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Dialister propionicifaciens Jumas-Bilak et al. 2005, sp. nov.
Type strain: (see also StrainInfo.net) ADV 1053.03 = AIP 26.04 = CCUG 49291 = CIP 108336 = JCM 17568.
Sequence accession no. (16S rRNA gene) for the type strain: AY850119.
Etymology: N.L. n. acidum propionicum, propionic acid; L. part. adj. faciens (from L. v. facio), producing; N.L. part. adj. propionicifaciens, propionic acid-producing.
Valid publication: JUMAS-BILAK (E.), JEAN-PIERRE (H.), CARLIER (J.P.), TEYSSIER (C.), BERNARD (K.), GAY (B.), CAMPOS (J.), MORIO (F.) and MARCHANDIN (H.): Dialister micraerophilus sp. nov. and Dialister propionicifaciens sp. nov., isolated from human clinical samples. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol., 2005, 55, 2471-2478.
Original article in IJSEM Online

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Dialister succinatiphilus Morotomi et al. 2008, sp. nov.
Type strain: (see also StrainInfo.net) YIT 11850 = DSM 21274 = JCM 15077.
Sequence accession no. (16S rRNA gene) for the type strain: AB370249.
Etymology: N.L. n. succinas -atis, succinate; N.L. adj. philus -a -um (from Gr. adj. philos -ê -on), friend, loving; N.L. masc. adj. succinatiphilus, succinate-loving.
Valid publication: MOROTOMI (M.), NAGAI (F.), SAKON (H.) and TANAKA (R.): Dialister succinatiphilus sp. nov. and Barnesiella intestinihominis sp. nov., isolated from human faeces. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol., 2008, 58, 2716-2720.
Original article in IJSEM Online

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