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Abstract

The genomic relatedness among 28 catalase-positive strains was assessed by determination of DNA base composition, by DNA: DNA hybridization followed by S1 endonuclease digestion of single-stranded DNA, and by determining the thermal stability of homologous and heterologous double-stranded DNA. The catalase-positive strains were shown to comprise 3 species, , and ; each included the type strain (respectively, CIP 7080, CIP 5396 and CIP 702).

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