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Abstract

Biochemical properties and DNA-DNA reassociation studies of strains isolated from humans and animals indicate that these include six genomospecies. Two new species can be differentiated from the established species of the genus sp. nov. (type strain, ATCC 33199) and sp. nov. (type strain, ATCC 33200). Furthermore, it was clarified that group A3 (Johnson et al. 1980) is synonymous with .

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