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Abstract

The recent advances in bacterial species identification methods have led to the rapid taxonomic diversification of the genus . In the present study, phenotypic and molecular methods have been used to determine the taxonomic position of a group of 12 genotypically distinct strains belonging to the (ACB) complex, initially described by Gerner-Smidt and Tjernberg in 1993, that are closely related to . Strains characterized in this study originated mostly from human samples obtained in different countries over a period of 15 years. gene sequences and multilocus sequence typing were used for comparisons against 94 strains representing all species included in the ACB complex. Cluster analysis based on such sequences showed that all 12 strains grouped together in a distinct clade closest to that was supported by bootstrap values of 99 %. Values of average nucleotide identity based on between the genome sequence of strain JVAP01 (NCBI accession no. LJPG00000000) and those of other species from the ACB complex were always <91.2 %, supporting the species status of the group. In addition, the metabolic characteristics of the group matched those of the ACB complex and the analysis of their protein signatures by matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight MS identified some specific peaks. Our results support the designation of these strains as representing a novel species, for which the name sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is JVAP01 (=CECT 9134=LMG 29605).

Keyword(s): ACB complex , Acinetobacter , ANIb , MLSA and rpoB
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