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Abstract

ABSTRACT

While the and of the family are defined by biochemical (mostly fermentative) methods, the of all established are diagnosed primarily by serological methods. In contrast to this, and in orthodox classification are defined only by biochemical methods.

To reach an agreement, it is proposed to designate the “” of the orthodox classification as and to define the according to the modern classification as .

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1963-10-01
2019-10-15
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