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Methanethiol

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Methylmercaptaan
Mercaptomethane
Metilmercaptano
methylsulfanium
Methylmercaptan
Methaanthiol
Thiomethanol
methanethiol
Methanethiole
Thiomethane
Mercaptan methylique
Methanthiol
Methvtiolo
(Mercaptomethyl)polystyrene
LSDPWZHWYPCBBB-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Methyl sulfhydrate
Thiomethyl alcohol
Methyl thioalcohol
METHYL MERCAPTAN
methyl-mercaptan
methane thiol
methyl thiol
methyl-thiol
Methanethiol, purum
CH3SH
Methanethiol-S-d
Mercaptan C1
Metilmercaptano [Italian]
Metilmercaptano [Spanish]
Methylmercaptaan [Dutch]
Methanthiol [German]
Methvtiolo [Italian]
Z22
Mercaptan methylique [French]
AC1L1A8B
Methaanthiol [Dutch]
Methyl mercaptan (natural)
UN1064
CTK2H7493
HSDB 813
HMDB03227
C00409
2X8406WW9I
RCRA waste number U153
OR332408
NSC229573
OR000105
OR164971
OR230018
OR230158
UN 1064
DTXSID5026382
Methanethiol, >=98.0%
LS-2938
CHEBI:16007
UNII-2X8406WW9I
Methanethiol, 98.0%
AN-23827
SC-46829
NSC-229573
AKOS009157032
RCRA waste no. U153
BRN 1696840
FEMA No. 2716
FT-0696326
74-93-1
EINECS 200-822-1
63933-47-1
17719-48-1
InChI=1/CH4S/c1-2/h2H,1H
Methyl mercaptan [UN1064] [Poison gas]
(Mercaptomethyl)polystyrene, extent of labeling: ~2.0 mmol/g S loading
5188-07-8 (hydrochloride salt)
Methyl mercaptan [UN1064] [Poison gas]
4-01-00-01273 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
21094-80-4 (mercury(2+) salt)
35029-96-0 (lead(2+) salt)
IUPAC namemethanethiol
SMILESCS
InchiInChI=1S/CH4S/c1-2/h2H,1H3
FormulaCH4S
PubChem ID878
Molweight48.1
LogP0.84
Atoms6
Bonds5
H-bond Acceptor0
H-bond Donor1
Chemical ClassificationThiols sulfur compounds

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for methyl mercaptan is estimated as 0.0031 atm-cu m/mole(SRC) derived from its vapor pressure, 1,510 mm Hg(1), and water solubility, 15,400 mg/L(2). This Henry's Law constant indicates that methyl mercaptan is expected to volatilize rapidly from water surfaces(3). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 0.8 hours(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 2.8 days(SRC). Methyl mercaptan's Henry's Law constant indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces is expected to occur(SRC). Methyl mercaptan is expected to volatilize rapidly from dry soil surfaces based upon its vapor pressure and because it is a gas a temperatures above 6 deg C(SRC). However, gaseous methyl mercaptan gas has been found to strongly adsorb to moist and dry soil surfaces suggesting that adsorption might be an environmental sink for methyl mercaptan(4). Therefore, the importance of volatilization from soil surfaces may be attenuated by adsorption(SRC).
Literature: (1) Daubert TE, Danner RP; Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, DC: Taylor and Francis (1989) (2) Hine J, Mookerjee PK; J Org Chem 40: 292-8 (1975) (3) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (4) Smith KA et al; Soil Sci 116: 313-9 (1973)
Soil Adsorption
Using a structure estimation method based on molecular connectivity indices(1), the Koc of methyl mercaptan can be estimated to be 13(SRC). According to a classification scheme(2), this estimated Koc value suggests that methyl mercaptan is expected to have very high mobility in soil. Gaseous methyl mercaptan has been observed to partition to soils(3). For example, when gaseous methyl mercaptan was passed over six air-dried and moist (50% field capacity) soils, 2.4-32.1 mg/g and 2.2-21.4 mg/g of methyl mercaptan rapidly adsorbed to the dry and moist soils, respectively(3). Neither the capacity or rate of sorption was correlated to soil pH, organic matter content, or clay content; sterile controls ruled out the involvement of microorganisms(3); it was suggested that adsorption to soil surfaces might be an environmental sink for gaseous methyl mercaptan(3).
Literature: (1) US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver. 4.1. Jan, 2011. Available from, as of July 19, 2012: http://www.epa.gov/oppt/exposure/pubs/episuitedl.htm (2) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983) (3) Smith KA et al; Soil Sci 116: 313-9 (1973)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
1,510 mm Hg at 25 deg CDaubert, T.E., R.P. Danner. Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, D.C.: Taylor and Francis, 1989.
MS-Links
MS-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAlcaligenes Faecalisn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaAlpha Proteobacteria Groupn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937an/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03n/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaBrevibacterium Linensn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaCitrobacter Freundiin/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaDesulfovibrio Acrylicusn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaEscherichia Colin/aBunge et al., 2008
BacteriaFusobacterium Nucleatumn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaGamma Proteobacterian/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaKlebsiella Pneumoniae ATCC 13883Rees et al. 2017
BacteriaLactobacillus Brevisn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLactobacillus Hilgardiin/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLactobacillus Lactisn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLactobacillus Plantarumn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLactobacillus Sp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLactococcus Sp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaOenococcus Oenin/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa E681n/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaParasporobacterium Paucivoransn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaPorphyromonas Gingivalisn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaPseudomonas Putida KT 2442nanaSchoeller et al., 1997
BacteriaPseudomonas Putida USB2105narhizosphere of bean plants, southern ItalyGiorgio et al., 2015
BacteriaPseudomonas Tolaasii NCPPB 2192nanaCantore et al., 2015
BacteriaPseudomonas Tolaasii USB1nanaCantore et al., 2015
BacteriaPseudomonas Tolaasii USB66nanaCantore et al., 2015
BacteriaRalstonia SolanacearumnanaSpraker et al., 2014
BacteriaSalmonella Enterican/aBunge et al., 2008
BacteriaShigella Flexnerin/aBunge et al., 2008
BacteriaTreponema Denticolan/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
FungiCandida Tropicalisn/aBunge et al., 2008
FungiTuber Magnatumn/aItalian geographical areas (Piedmont, Marche, Emilia Romagna, Border region area between Emilia Romagna and Marche)Gioacchini et al., 2008
BacteriaKlebsiella Pneumoniae ATCC 13883Rees et al. 2016
BacteriaStreptococcus PneumoniaeclinicPreti., 2009
FungiSchizophyllum Communen/aStotzky and Schenk, 1976
BacteriaPseudomonas Perolens ATCC 10757nasterile fish muscle (Sebastes melanops)Miller et al., 1973
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAlcaligenes Faecalisn/an/a
BacteriaAlpha Proteobacteria Groupn/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937aTryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03Tryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaBrevibacterium Linensn/an/a
BacteriaCitrobacter Freundiin/an/a
BacteriaDesulfovibrio Acrylicusn/an/a
BacteriaEscherichia Colin/an/a
BacteriaFusobacterium Nucleatumn/an/a
BacteriaGamma Proteobacterian/an/a
BacteriaKlebsiella Pneumoniae ATCC 13883LBSPME / GCxGC-TOFMSno
BacteriaLactobacillus Brevisn/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Hilgardiin/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Lactisn/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Plantarumn/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaLactococcus Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaOenococcus Oenin/an/a
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa E681Tryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaParasporobacterium Paucivoransn/an/a
BacteriaPorphyromonas Gingivalisn/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Putida KT 2442AB medium + 1% citrate or 0,02% citrate or 1% glucose +1% casaminoacid GC-FID,GC/MS
BacteriaPseudomonas Putida USB2105King's B AgarSPME-GC/MSNo
BacteriaPseudomonas Tolaasii NCPPB 2192KBSPME-GC
BacteriaPseudomonas Tolaasii USB1KBSPME-GC
BacteriaPseudomonas Tolaasii USB66KBSPME-GC
BacteriaRalstonia SolanacearumCasamino Acid Peptone Glucose agarSPME-GC/MSNo
BacteriaSalmonella Enterican/an/a
BacteriaShigella Flexnerin/an/a
BacteriaTreponema Denticolan/an/a
FungiCandida Tropicalisn/an/a
FungiTuber Magnatumn/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)
BacteriaKlebsiella Pneumoniae ATCC 13883LB GCxGC-TOF-MSno
BacteriaStreptococcus PneumoniaeBlood agar/chocolate blood agaHS-SPME/GC-MS no
FungiSchizophyllum Communen/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Perolens ATCC 10757Trypticase soil agar (BBL)GC/MS


Methylsulfanylmethane

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
METHYLSULFANYLMETHANE
Methanethiomethane
Dimethylsulphide
Methylthiomethane
dimethylsulfane
Dimethylsulfid
dimethylsulfide
Methylsulphide
Methylthiomethyl radical
Thiobismethane
(Methylthiomethylidyne)radical
methylsulfide
Dimethyl monosulfide
Thiopropane
dimethyl sulphide
Dimethyl thioether
Methyl monosulfide
QMMFVYPAHWMCMS-UHFFFAOYSA-N
reduced dimethyl sulfoxide
dimethyl sulfide
Methyl sulphide
Methyl thioether
Thiobis-methane
(Methylsulfanyl)methane
Methyl sulfide
REDUCED-DMSO
(methylthio)methane
Dimethyl sulfide, analytical standard
Dimethyl sulfoxide(Reduced)
Sulfure de methyle
(Methylsulfanyl)methane #
2-Thiapropane
2-Thiopropane
AC1L1ANN
Exact-S
Thiobis(methane)
ACMC-1BBLH
C2H6S
Dimethylsulfid [Czech]
Nat. Dimethyl Sulfide
Dimethyl sulfide (natural)
Methane, thiobis-
QS3J7O7L3U
KSC377G0P
Sulfide, methyl-
6873AF
CHEMBL15580
Dimethyl sulfide, >=99%
UN1164
UNII-QS3J7O7L3U
CTK2H7307
Dimethyl sulfide, 98%
HMDB02303
HSDB 356
M0431
[SMe2]
RP18263
Sulfure de methyle [French]
C00580
LTBB002388
(CH3)2S
DTXSID9026398
LS-2960
methyl sulphide, dimethyl sulphide, exact-S, thiobismethane
OR000121
OR337379
STL481894
UN 1164
A838342
CHEBI:17437
AN-23841
ANW-36574
KB-76628
SC-26847
Dimethyl sulfide, >=99%, FCC
MFCD00008562
AI3-25274
RTR-024212
TR-024212
AKOS009031411
I09-0087
Q-100810
BRN 1696847
Dimethyl sulfide, anhydrous, >=99.0%
FEMA No. 2746
FT-0603084
Methane, 1,1'-thiobis-
75-18-3
Dimethyl sulfide, 99% 250ml
MCULE-4525381422
Dimethyl sulfide, redistilled, >=99%, FCC, FG
EINECS 200-846-2
31533-72-9
Dimethyl sulfide [UN1164] [Flammable liquid]
Dimethyl sulfide, >=95.0% (GC)
Dimethyl sulfide, natural, >=99%, FCC, FG
MolPort-003-928-951
Dimethyl sulfide [UN1164] [Flammable liquid]
13741-EP2269977A2
13741-EP2277865A1
13741-EP2280006A1
13741-EP2284171A1
13741-EP2287153A1
13741-EP2298767A1
13741-EP2305656A1
13741-EP2308851A1
13741-EP2308873A1
13741-EP2311820A1
13741-EP2314576A1
13741-EP2314587A1
13741-EP2316836A1
13838-EP2292595A1
13838-EP2295409A1
13838-EP2295426A1
13838-EP2295427A1
13838-EP2295437A1
13838-EP2298775A1
13838-EP2311820A1
13838-EP2316836A1
18767-EP2270003A1
18767-EP2272832A1
18767-EP2277848A1
18767-EP2292576A2
18767-EP2292597A1
18767-EP2301933A1
18767-EP2305672A1
18767-EP2308510A1
18767-EP2308838A1
18767-EP2308877A1
18767-EP2311827A1
18767-EP2314576A1
18767-EP2314587A1
47704-EP2280006A1
47704-EP2311811A1
80926-EP2295426A1
80926-EP2295427A1
80926-EP2305687A1
Dimethyl sulfide, puriss., >=99.0% (GC)
InChI=1/C2H6S/c1-3-2/h1-2H
4-01-00-01275 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
IUPAC namemethylsulfanylmethane
SMILESCSC
InchiInChI=1S/C2H6S/c1-3-2/h1-2H3
FormulaC2H6S
PubChem ID1068
Molweight62.13
LogP1.22
Atoms9
Bonds8
H-bond Acceptor0
H-bond Donor0
Chemical ClassificationSulfides Sulfide thioethers sulfur compounds

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for dimethyl sulfide has been measured as 1.61X10-3 atm-cu m/mole(1). This Henry's Law constant indicates that dimethyl sulfide is expected to volatilize rapidly from water surfaces(2). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(2) is estimated as 3 hours(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(2) is estimated as 3 days(SRC). Dimethyl sulfides's Henry's Law constant indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces may occur(SRC). The potential for volatilization of dimethyl sulfide from dry soil surfaces may exist(SRC) based upon a vapor pressure of 502 mm Hg(3).
Literature: (1) Gaffney, JS et al; Env Sci Tech 21: 519-23 (1987) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (3) Daubert TE, Danner RP; Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals: Data Compilation. Vol 4. Design Inst Phys Prop Data, Amer Inst Chem Eng, NY, NY: Hemisphere Pub Corp (1989)
Soil Adsorption
The Koc of dimethyl sulfide is estimated as 6.3(SRC), using a water solubility of 22,000 mg/L(1) and a regression-derived equation(2). According to a classification scheme(3), this estimated Koc value suggests that dimethyl sulfide is expected to have very high mobility in soil.
Literature: (1) Suzuki T; J Comp-Aided Molec Des 5: 149-66 (1991) (2) US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver. 4.0. Jan, 2009. Available from http://www.epa.gov/oppt/exposure/pubs/episuitedl.htm as of Oct 1, 2009. (3) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983)
Literature: #Air-dried, unsterilized moist, and sterilized moist soils exposed to air initially containing 500 ppm dimethyl sulfide adsorbed an avg of 32, 308, and 10 ug dimethyl sulfide/g soil, respectively, in 15 days(1). Time required for complete sorption of dimethyl sulfide by moist soil from air initially containing 100 ppm dimethyl sulfide: soil 1 (Weller) - 1st exposure 150 min, 2nd exposure 100 min, 3rd exposure 95 min; soil 2 (Harps) - 1st exposure 45 min, 2nd exposure 24 min, 3rd exposure 19 min(1). These data suggest that moist soils have a greater tendency to adsorb dimethyl sulfide than dry soils, and that microbial activity in moist soils may be responsible for greater adsorption(1). When natural gas containing 0.5 pounds of dimethyl sulfide per million cubic feet of gas was passed through a bed of pulverized, dry, montmorillonite clay, dimethyl sulfide exhibited a fast breakthrough (2 hours) and a fast build-up rate in effluent gas (85% of influent concn 4 hours after breakthrough), suggesting that dimethyl sulfide does not adsorb to dry soils(2).
Literature: (1) Bremner JM, Banwart WL; Soil Biol Biochem 8: 79-83 (1976) (2) Williams RP; Oper Sect Proc - Am Gas Assoc pp. T29-T37 (1976)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
502 mm Hg at 25 deg CDaubert, T.E., R.P. Danner. Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, D.C.: Taylor and Francis, 1989.
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaBurkholderia Ambifaria LMG 17828n/aBurkholderia ambifaria LMG 17828 from root, LMG 19182 from rhizosphere and LMG 19467 from clinical.Groenhagen et al., 2013
BacteriaBurkholderia Ambifaria LMG 19182n/aBurkholderia ambifaria LMG 17828 from root, LMG 19182 from rhizosphere and LMG 19467 from clinical.Groenhagen et al., 2013
BacteriaBurkholderia Ambifaria LMG 19467n/aBurkholderia ambifaria LMG 17828 from root, LMG 19182 from rhizosphere and LMG 19467 from clinical.Groenhagen et al., 2013
BacteriaAlcaligenes Faecalisn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaAlpha Proteobacteria Groupn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaAMI 386nabreathing zone of a waste collection workerWilkins, 1996
BacteriaClostridium Sp.n/aStotzky and Schenk, 1976
BacteriaCollimonas Fungivorans Ter331n/aGarbeva et al., 2013
BacteriaCollimonas Pratensis Ter91n/aGarbeva et al., 2013
BacteriaDesulfovibrio Acrylicusn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaGamma Proteobacterian/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLactobacillus Sp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLactococcus Sp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaPaenibacillus Sp. P4narhizosphere of Marram grass in sandy dune soils, NetherlandsGarbeva et al., 2014
BacteriaParasporobacterium Paucivoransn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaPedobacter Sp. V48narhizosphere of Marram grass in sandy dune soils, NetherlandsGarbeva et al., 2014
BacteriaPseudomonas Aeruginosa PA01stimulates growth of Aspergillus fumigatusnaBriard et al., 2016
BacteriaPseudomonas Flureorescens SBW25Cheng et al. 2016
BacteriaPseudonocardia Thermophila DSM 43832nasoilWilkins, 1996
BacteriaRalstonia SolanacearumnanaSpraker et al., 2014
BacteriaSaccharomonospora Rectivirgula DSM 43113nasoilWilkins, 1996
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica PRI-2Cnamaize rhizosphere, NetherlandsGarbeva et al., 2014
BacteriaSerratia Sp. DM1the results led us to propose a possible new direct long-distance mechanism of action for WT antagonistic F. oxysporum that is mediated by vocsMinerdi et al., 2009
Fungi Fusarium Sp.Brock et al. 2011
FungiPenicillium Commune Pittnain dry-cured meat products, cheeseSunesson et al., 1995
Fungi Penicillium Sp.Larsen 1998
FungiTuber SimoneaNoneNone March et al., 2006
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aAyme Truffe of Grignan, 26230 France March et al., 2006
FungiTuber Magnatumn/aItalian geographical areas ( Umbria, Piedmont, Marche, Emilia Romagna, Border region area between Emilia Romagna and Marche, Tuscany, Molise)Gioacchini et al., 2008
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aAyme Truffe of Grignan, 26230 France March et al., 2006
FungiTuber Mesentericumn/aAyme Truffe of Grignan, 26230 France March et al., 2006
FungiTuber MiesentericumNoneNone March et al., 2006
FungiTuber Rufumn/aAyme Truffe of Grignan, 26230 France March et al., 2006
FungiTuber Simonean/aAyme Truffe of Grignan, 26230 France March et al., 2006
FungiTuber Uncinatumn/aFrance, Italy, Switzerland, the UK, Austria, Romania, and HungarySplivallo et al., 2012
BacteriaMycobacterium Bovisn/aMCNerney et al., 2012
BacteriaPseudomonas Putida KT 2442nanaSchoeller et al., 1997
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aT. melanosporum was from the cultivated truffle zones in the province and T. aestivum from the natural truffle zones in the same regionCullere et al., 2010
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aT. melanosporum was from the cultivated truffle zones in the province and T. aestivum from the natural truffle zones in the same regionCullere et al., 2010
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R002nastool specimens, from patients infected with clostridium difficileKuppusami et al., 2015
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R013nastool specimens, from patients infected with clostridium difficileKuppusami et al., 2015
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R014/R020nastool specimens, from patients infected with clostridium difficileKuppusami et al., 2015
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R026nastool specimens, from patients infected with clostridium difficileKuppusami et al., 2015
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R027nastool specimens, from patients infected with clostridium difficileKuppusami et al., 2015
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R076nanaKuppusami et al., 2015
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R087nastool specimens, from patients infected with clostridium difficileKuppusami et al., 2015
BacteriaEnterobacter AgglomeransRobacker and Lauzon 2002
BacteriaPseudomonas AeruginosaclinicPreti., 2009
FungiAspergillus VersicolorSchleibinger et al.,2005
FungiChaetomium GlobosumSchleibinger et al.,2005
FungiEurotium AmstelodamiSchleibinger et al.,2005
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aProf. Mattia Bentivenga (Università di Perugia, Perugia, Italy) and in the fortywoodland of the Basilicata regionMauriello et al., 2004
FungiTuber Brumalen/aProf. Mattia Bentivenga (Università di Perugia, Perugia, Italy) and in the fortywoodland of the Basilicata regionMauriello et al., 2004
FungiTuber Excavatumn/aProf. Mattia Bentivenga (Università di Perugia, Perugia, Italy) and in the fortywoodland of the Basilicata regionMauriello et al., 2004
FungiTuber Magnatumn/aProf. Mattia Bentivenga (Università di Perugia, Perugia, Italy) and in the fortywoodland of the Basilicata regionMauriello et al., 2004
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aProf. Mattia Bentivenga (Università di Perugia, Perugia, Italy) and in the fortywoodland of the Basilicata regionMauriello et al., 2004
FungiTuber Mesentericumn/aProf. Mattia Bentivenga (Università di Perugia, Perugia, Italy) and in the fortywoodland of the Basilicata regionMauriello et al., 2004
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaBurkholderia Ambifaria LMG 17828Luria-Bertani medium, Malt Extractn/a
BacteriaBurkholderia Ambifaria LMG 19182Luria-Bertani medium, Malt Extractn/a
BacteriaBurkholderia Ambifaria LMG 19467Luria-Bertani medium, Malt Extractn/a
BacteriaAlcaligenes Faecalisn/an/a
BacteriaAlpha Proteobacteria Groupn/an/a
BacteriaAMI 386Nutrient agar CM3 + 50mg/l actidioneGC/MS
BacteriaClostridium Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaCollimonas Fungivorans Ter331sand supplemented with artificial root exudatesHeadspace trapping/GC-MS
BacteriaCollimonas Pratensis Ter91sand supplemented with artificial root exudatesHeadspace trapping/GC-MS
BacteriaDesulfovibrio Acrylicusn/an/a
BacteriaGamma Proteobacterian/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaLactococcus Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaPaenibacillus Sp. P4sand containing artificial root exudatesGC/MSNo
BacteriaParasporobacterium Paucivoransn/an/a
BacteriaPedobacter Sp. V48sand containing artificial root exudatesGC/MSNo
BacteriaPseudomonas Aeruginosa PA01minimal medium/ Brian mediumSPME-GC/MSNo
BacteriaPseudomonas Flureorescens SBW25Kings B + rif,+kann; PDA GC-Q-TOF-MSno
BacteriaPseudonocardia Thermophila DSM 43832Nutrient agar CM3GC/MS
BacteriaRalstonia SolanacearumCasamino Acid Peptone Glucose agarSPME-GC/MSNo
BacteriaSaccharomonospora Rectivirgula DSM 43113Nutrient agar CM3GC/MS
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica PRI-2Csand containing artificial root exudatesGC/MSNo
BacteriaSerratia Sp. DM1LB mediumSPME/GC-MS
Fungi Fusarium Sp.no
FungiPenicillium Commune PittMEAGC/MS
Fungi Penicillium Sp.no
FungiTuber SimoneaNonePressure balanced head-space sampling and GC/TOF-MSNo
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aPressure balanced head-space sampling and GC/TOF-MS
FungiTuber Magnatumn/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aPressure balanced head-space sampling and GC/TOF-MS
FungiTuber Mesentericumn/aPressure balanced head-space sampling and GC/TOF-MS
FungiTuber MiesentericumNonePressure balanced head-space sampling and GC/TOF-MSNo
FungiTuber Rufumn/aPressure balanced head-space sampling and GC/TOF-MS
FungiTuber Simonean/aPressure balanced head-space sampling and GC/TOF-MS
FungiTuber Uncinatumn/aSPME-GC-MS
BacteriaMycobacterium BovisLoewenstein-Jensen mediaHeadspace analyze / SIFT-MS and TD-GC-MS.
BacteriaPseudomonas Putida KT 2442AB medium + 1% citrate or 0,02% citrate or 1% glucose +1% casaminoacid GC-FID,GC/MS
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aGas chromatography-olfactometry (GC-O)
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aGas chromatography-olfactometry (GC-O)
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R002brain heart infusion agar with 7% horse bloodPTR-ToF-MSNo
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R013brain heart infusion agar with 7% horse bloodPTR-ToF-MSNo
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R014/R020brain heart infusion agar with 7% horse bloodPTR-ToF-MSNo
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R026brain heart infusion agar with 7% horse bloodPTR-ToF-MSNo
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R027brain heart infusion agar with 7% horse bloodPTR-ToF-MSNo
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R076brain heart infusion agar with 7% horse bloodPTR-ToF-MSNo
BacteriaClostridium Difficile R087brain heart infusion agar with 7% horse bloodPTR-ToF-MSNo
BacteriaEnterobacter Agglomeransno
BacteriaPseudomonas AeruginosaBlood agar/chocolate blood agaHS-SPME/GC-MS no
FungiAspergillus Versicoloringrain wallpaperGC/MS-SIMYes
FungiChaetomium Globosumingrain wallpaperGC/MS-SIMYes
FungiEurotium Amstelodamiingrain wallpaperGC/MS-SIMYes
FungiTuber Aestivumn/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)
FungiTuber Brumalen/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)
FungiTuber Excavatumn/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)
FungiTuber Mesentericumn/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)