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Surmmary

Thirty one strains of oral, asaccharolytic spp. and the type strains of and were subjected to three identification techniques—protein-profile analysis, determination of metabolic end-products, and the API ATB32A identification kit. Five clusters were obtained from numerical analysis of protein profiles and execllent correlations were seen with the other two methods. Protein profiles alone allowed unequivocal identification.

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