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Abstract

A group of organisms recovered from human intestinal tracts, sewage, and river water were shown in a previous study to be related to members of the family On the basis of additional comparative studies of the biochemical and metabolic properties of these organisms and their distinction from other members of the by deoxyribonucleic acid hybridization tests, we hereby propose that this group of strains be designated gen. nov., sp. nov. Strain 40 (= BKM B1485) is the type strain.

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