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SUMMARY: The fatty acid compositions of three strains of and three of were determined by gas-liquid chromatography. The major fatty acids identified were 16:0, 16:1, 18:1, 3-OH 14:0, 3-OH 16:0 and cyclopropane acids 17 Δ and 19 Δ. The fatty acid compositions of these strains were similar to the acids identified in sixteen clinical isolates of the group’. These data support the current view that and are identical species.

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