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shares high similarity based on 16S rRNA gene sequences and fatty acid composition with . In this study, the taxonomic status of was clarified using genomic and phenotypic approaches. High similarity was detected among DSM 15410, DSM 791 and NCTC 13035, showing average nucleotide identity on and DNA–DNA hybridization values over 97 and 85 %, respectively. Results of investigations for substrate utilization and enzyme activity displayed no striking differences between DSM 15410 and JCM 1390. Based on the results, we propose the reclassification of as a later heterotypic synonym of . The type strain is ATCC 25752 (=CIP 104308=DSM 791=JCM 1390=LMG 5716=NCTC 13035).

Funding
This study was supported by the:
  • Masanori Tohno , NARO Gender Equality Program
  • Hisami Kobayashi , NARO Gender Equality Program
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