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Abstract

The taxonomic positions of and were re-examined on the basis of concatenated partial ,, and gene sequence analysis. The reconstructed phylogenetic tree based upon concatenated partial ,, and gene sequences clearly showed that and and all defined species of the genus form a clade separate from other genera of the family , and, therefore, these species of the genus should be transferred to the genus . and are reclassified as comb. nov. (type strain REICA_142=LMG 26429=NCCB 100393) and comb. nov. (type strain REICA_082=LMG 26432=NCCB 100390), respectively.

Keyword(s): Enterobacter and Kosakonia
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