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Abstract

JLT1488 was compared with KCTC 19802 to clarify the taxonomic relationship of both species because they are phylogenetically highly related. 16S rRNA gene sequence comparisons demonstrated that these species share 99.6 % sequence similarity. Investigation of fatty acid patterns and substrate utilization profiles displayed no striking differences of the type strains of both species. DNA–DNA hybridizations between both strains showed a 100 % similarity clearly demonstrating that both strains are members of a single species. Due to priority is reclassified as , based on the estimated phylogenetic position derived from 16S rRNA gene sequence data, fatty acid, polar lipid and biochemical data, and DNA–DNA hybridization results.

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