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A Gram-stain-positive anaerobic rod-shaped bacterium, designated strain Marseille-P3275, was isolated using culturomics from the vaginal discharge of healthy French woman. Marseille-P3275 was non-motile and did not form spores. Cells had neither catalase nor oxidase activity. The major fatty acids were C (29 %), Cω9 (18 %), and iso-C (17 %). The genomic DNA G+C content was 50.64 mol%. The phylogenetic analysis based on 16S rRNA gene sequence indicated that Marseille-P3275 was related to members of the family (between 90.32–92.92 % sequence similarity) with formation of a clade with the monospecific genus (type species ). On the basis of these phylogenetic and phenotypic differences, Marseille-P3275 was classified in a novel genus, , as gen. nov., sp. nov. The type strain is Marseille-P3275 (=CSUR P3275=CECT 9677).

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