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Abstract

Abstract

When Harrison and Hansen first described and named in 1963, they did not designate a type strain for the species. All of the original isolates have been lost, but a strain with characteristics that agree closely with those reported by Harrison and Hansen has been deposited as a reference strain in the ATCC and the NCTC. This strain, ATCC 25560 (= NCTC 10570), is here described and is designated the neotype strain of Harrison and Hansen.

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