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Summary: Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis was used to compare bacterial proteins of and and of the relatively new members of the genus, and With the exception of the two representatives of a new fifth biotype of , all the protein patterns were identical. and NCTC10461 gave indistinguishable protein patterns which were distinct from those The results suggest that and are assigned to the correct genus but indicate that the taxonomic status of the biotype 5 representatives should be re-examined.

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