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Abstract

The taxonomic position of four newly isolated marine, heterotrophic, gliding, Gram-negative, aerobic, pigmented, agarolytic bacteria was established. 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis indicated affiliation of the isolates to the genus in the family . DNA–DNA hybridization experiments revealed that the strains studied represent three distinct and novel species, for which the names sp. nov., sp. nov. and sp. nov. are proposed, with KMM 3526 (=LMG 22069=CCUG 47080), KMM 3676 (=LMG 22070=CCUG 47083) and KMM 3677 (=LMG 22071=CCUG 47084), respectively, as the type strains.

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