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SUMMARY: Strain EPS-5028 is a free-living bacterium which contains R-bodies. By its morphology, biochemical characteristics and G + C content, strain EPS-5028 differs from the other known free-living R-body-containing bacteria, and Phage and particles resembling phage heads were observed in cells induced with UV irradiation.

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