sources for restriction enzymes (at this website):
||Micrococcus lylae is Gram stain positive.
||Micrococcus lylae is aerobic.
||Micrococcus lylae is non-motile.
||Bacteria; Actinobacteria; Actinobacteria (class); Actinobacteridae;
Actinomycetales; Micrococcineae; Micrococcaceae; Micrococcus
|Industrial uses or economic implications:
||Micrococcus lylae has been associated with spoilage
of fish products.
||Micrococcus lylae was isolated from human skin
and grows occurring in tetrads.
Disclaimer: This information is presented as interesting bits of information is not meant to be medical advice and should not be used to treat or diagnose any disease!
|Human health and disease:
|Micrococcus lylae can
be a human pathogen. Rarely, cases of endocarditis attributable
to Micrococcus lylae.