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Abstract

A disease persisting in Norwegian salmonid cultures since the late 1970s is caused by a -like bacterium. This bacterium belongs to the genus , but it differs from all previously described species of this genus. The name sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is strain NCMB 2262 (= HI 7751).

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