Pseudoalteromonas citrea is a yellow-pigmented marine bacterium that is antibiotic-producing and was isolated from Mediterranean waters off Nice. Originally named Alteromonas citrea, nearly two decades later it was reclassified as part of the Genus Pseudoalteromonas.
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