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Abstract

The intra- and intergeneric position of was determined by comparing reverse transcriptase sequences of 16S ribosomal ribonucleic acid. and formed a phylogenetically tight cluster, while and were as remotely related among each other as each of them was to the first three species. The genus represents a well defined taxon that stands isolated among other major groups of the actinomycetes. Its phylogenetic neighbours are the genera and

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