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Abstract

Phylogenetic analyses of type and reference strains of biogroups 1 and 2 plus a novel isolate of biogroup 2 were carried out based on 16S rRNA gene sequences and partial sequences of four protein-coding genes (, , and ). Both approaches revealed that biogroup 1 strains were closely related to . Biogroup 2 strains, however, formed a distinct monophyletic clade of generic status that included . Phenotypic tests were consistent with the molecular classification and provided diagnostic features. It is proposed that biogroup 2 strains be placed in a new genus, gen. nov., as sp. nov., with strain 521 (=DSM 3038=LMG 24835=NCIMB 14534) as the type strain, and that be transferred to the genus as comb. nov., with strain ATCC 29907 (=DSM 4481) as the type strain.

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