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Abstract

A recent study on members of the genus revealed that cultures of the species CCUG 47753 ( = DSM 19118) currently being distributed do not conform to the properties of the type strain of CIP 107404 given by Greub & Raoult [Greub, G. & Raoult, D. (2002). 40, 3938–3941]. The original strain, CIP 107404 is no longer available from the Biological Resource Center of Institut Pasteur, Paris. Based on data currently available, the organism currently deposited as CCUG 47753 and DSM 19118 is a member of the species . Clearly, the organism deposited as CCUG 47753 and DSM 19118 as the type strain of the species does not have the properties given by Greub & Raoult. Based on the absence of an authentic type strain, the Judicial Commission is requested to examine the status of the name Greub and Raoult 2006 and to issue an Opinion.

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