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Abstract

Representatives of the genera , and all contained fully unsaturated menaquinones as their sole isoprenoid quinones but contained neither menaquinones nor ubiquinones. Menaquinones with six isoprene units were the major isoprenologues in whereas menaquinones with seven isoprene units predominated in and . had menaquinones with nine isoprene units.

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