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Abstract

Fatty acids of five strains of were examined by gas-liquid chromatography. The strains showed identical patterns, characterized by the presence of -hexadecanoate. octadecenoate and 3-hydroxytetradecanoate as major acids. The general acid pattern showed a distinct similarity to that of species.

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