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Abstract

A group of nonphotochromogenic mycobacteria with intermediate growth rates were isolated from house dust and were considered to be members of a new species in the genus This organism is named sp. nov. The type strain is NCH (National Chubu Hospital) 33505 (= ATCC 35154).

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