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Abstract

Species in the genus are Gram-negative, catalase- and oxidase-positive rods derived exclusively to date from environmental sources. Features of strains most like or from a case of suppurative otitis media in a 6-year-old female post-transplant recipient and in a human stool sample are described.

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