1. Collection
Registered Number 588
Acronym VKPM
Full Name Russian National Collection of Industrial Microorganisms
Institution Institute of Genetics and Selection of Industrial Microorganisms
2. Correspondent
Correspondent Assoc.Prof. S. P. Sineoky
Postal Address Dorozhnyi Proezd, 1,Moscow,,113545
Country Russian Federation
Telephone 1 (7) 95-3151210
Fax 1 (7) 95-3150556
3. Status of the collection
Status Governmental
5. Personnel
Director Assoc.Prof. S. P. Sineoky
Curator Assoc. Prof. M. M. Voostin (Yeasts)
Assoc. Prof. T. A. Chinenova (Actinomyces)
Assoc. Prof. Yuri Rybakov (Fungi)
Assoc. Prof. Mary Gudima (Bacteria)
Assoc. Prof. Vitaly Yurin (Cell lines)
Assoc. Prof. Svetlana Samsonjva (Bacteriophages)
Number of Staff Bacteriology (6)
Cell biology (3)
Mycology (6)
Virology (1)
Assistants (3)
Computer specialist (1)
Total (20)
6. Main Subjects
Subjects Genetics
Applied microbiology
Genetic engineering
General microbiology
Cell biology
Industrial microbiology
Culture and preservation methods
Freeze drying
Molecular biology
7. Preservation
Deposit Mainly to our collection
Source(s) of strains for people in this country: isolated by or introduced from From the collections in our country
Number of Strains until now Type Holding strains
(total number)/(number from your country)
new species
(total number)/(number from your country)
Bacteria 10000 0
Fungi 750 0
Yeasts 2300 0
Plasmids 1100 0
Cell lines: animal 100 0
Hybridomas: animal 1000 0
Number of strains last year Type Holding strains
(total number)/(number from your country)
new species
(total number)/(number from your country)
Microbes distributed
(total number)/(in your country)
Cell lines: animal
Hybridomas: animal
8. Availability of Cultures
Availability Exchange
9. Catalogue
Catalogue Online Catalogue
10. Services
Services Patent deposits
Storage service
Identification(Bacteria Fungi Yeasts)
Training Use of computer in culture collections
Consulation about Patent deposits
Shipment regulations
11. Entry and Update Dates
Date of Entry 1981-10-14
Date of Reply 2001-03-28