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Abstract

Two strains of Gram-negative bacteria isolated from soil by selective enrichment with nitroaromatics were subjected to a polyphasic taxonomic study. On the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis, the two strains were found to belong to the genus , within the . Strain 1B4 shared the highest sequence similarity with DSM 16610 (99.5 %) and CCM 4840 (99.3 %), and strain 2B2 with DSM 17133 (98.9 %), DSM 7231 (98.9 %) and DSM 291 (98.7 %). On the basis of phylogenetic analysis, DNA–DNA hybridization and phenotype, including chemotaxonomic characteristics, two novel species, sp. nov. with the type strain 1B4 (=CCM 7280=DSM 16007) and sp. nov. with the type strain 2B2 (=CCM 7279=DSM 16006), are proposed. The description of was emended on the basis of additional data obtained in this study.

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