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Abstract

On the basis of phenetic and chemotaxonomic criteria a new nonmotile anaerobic gram-negative rod-shaped bacterium from dental root canals is described. The new species has characteristics in common with species of the genus , but there are also many differences. According to a detailed biochemical analysis the new species is closer to the genus than to We propose a new species, The type strain of is strain DSM 3688.

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