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Abstract

Abstract

Assessment of methane and methanethiol in the headspace gas from cultures of various strains labeled or allowed differentiation between these two species. C. strains produced significantly more methane and less methanethiol than strains. We confirm that strain DSM 1786 (= ATCC 25772) does not belong to either of these species.

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