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Abstract

Molecular and chemical taxonomic characteristics, including DNA base composition, electrophoretic karyotype, restriction fragment length polymorphism of genes coding for rRNA, cellular fatty acid composition, and ubiquinone systems, were studied for 19 strains of Ramirez. Electrophoretic karyotype and restriction fragment length polymorphism demonstrated marked differences among these strains. A combination of molecular and chemical analyses can serve as a reliable tool for culture authentication and quality control of industrial strains.

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