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Abstract

Biochemical, chemical, and nucleic acid analyses were carried out on some lactobacilli isolated from the vaginas of patients suffering from trichomoniasis. Phenotypically the strains resembled and Nucleic acid studies, however, showed that the vaginal strains were distinct from these and all other lactobacilli examined and therefore warrant a new species. The name sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain of is NCTC 12197.

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