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Abstract

A new coagulase-negative species of the genus , was isolated from human and animal specimens. The complete 16S rRNA sequence of the type strain of . , NT215, was determined and compared with the sequences of 16S rRNAs from the other staphylococci. Strains of . were differentiated from other novobiocin-resistant species by their biochemical activities, cell wall composition, and levels of genetic relatedness. The type strain of this species is NT215 (=PCM 2443).

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