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Abstract

The 16S rDNA sequences of the recently described and , were determined and compared with data from all known sp. Diagnostic 16S rDNA regions were also sequenced for some strains previously considered as an extension of and a strain of Group 501 (formerly Enteric Group 501). Results indicated that and are phylogenetically separated species as originally described. about HG11 taxonomic status is not recommended until previous discrepancies are clarified by further DNA-DNA hybridization and sequencing studies.

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