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Abstract

Chemical studies were performed on a Gram-positive alkalophilic bacterium of uncertain taxonomic position. On the basis of the present and earlier studies it is suggested that the alkalophilic bacterium be classified in a new genus , as aurantiacum gen. nov., sp. nov.

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