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Abstract

Type and reference strains of and were compared with each other and with the type strains of other species, using SDS-PAGE of whole-cell proteins, DNA–DNA hybridization and extensive biochemical characterization. LMG 958 and LMG 22072 had very similar whole-cell-protein patterns and were also biochemically very similar. A DNA–DNA binding level of 70 % between both type strains confirmed that and represent the same taxon. It is concluded that is a later synonym of .

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