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Flavobacterium frigidarium is a bacteria. It is an aerobic, psychrophilic, xylanolytic and laminarinolytic bacterium from Antarctica. It is gram-negative, non-motile and yellow-pigmented. Its type strain is A2iT (= ATCC 700810T = NCIMB 13737T).
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