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Phylogeny of the genus Pseudomonas: intrageneric structure reconstructed from the nucleotide sequences of gyrB and rpoD genes.
Phylogenetic analysis of the genus Pseudomonas: was conducted by using the combined gyrB and rpoD nucleotide sequences of 31 validly described species of Pseudomonas: (a total of 125 strains).Expand
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Frondibacter mangrovi sp. nov., a member of the family Flavobacteriaceae isolated from seawater by in situ cultivation, and emended description of Frondibacter aureus.
A Gram-stain-negative, rod-shaped, non-motile, strictly aerobic, chemoheterotrophic, light-yellow-pigmented bacterium, designated strain 02OK1/10-76T, was isolated from a mangrove estuary in Japan byExpand
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Intrageneric relationships among Micromonospora species deduced from gyrB-based phylogeny and DNA relatedness.
The phylogenetic structure of genus Micromonospora within actinomycetes was examined by analysing the gyrB sequences of 15 validly described species and four subspecies. All but one of theExpand
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Ferrimonas marina sp. nov.
A novel Ferrimonas species is described on the basis of phenotypic, chemotaxonomic and phylogenetic studies. Four halophilic organisms were isolated from marine sand and marine macroalgae samples byExpand
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Mechercharimyces mesophilus gen. nov., sp. nov. and Mechercharimyces asporophorigenens sp. nov., antitumour substance-producing marine bacteria, and description of Thermoactinomycetaceae fam. nov.
A study was carried out to clarify the taxonomy of four Gram-positive, heterotrophic mesophiles isolated from marine lakes in the Republic of Palau. The strains, designated YM3-251(T), YM3-653,Expand
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Differentiation of Phylogenetically Related Slowly Growing Mycobacteria by Their gyrB Sequences
ABSTRACT The conventional methods for identifying mycobacterial species are based on their phenotypic characterization. Since some problematic species are slow growers, their taxonomy takes severalExpand
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Molecular characterization of long direct repeat (LDR) sequences expressing a stable mRNA encoding for a 35‐amino‐acid cell‐killing peptide and a cis‐encoded small antisense RNA in Escherichia coli
Genome sequence analyses of Escherichia coli K‐12 revealed four copies of long repetitive elements. These sequences are designated as long direct repeat (LDR) sequences. Three of the repeats (LDR‐A,Expand
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Alicyclobacillus pomorum sp. nov., a novel thermo-acidophilic, endospore-forming bacterium that does not possess omega-alicyclic fatty acids, and emended description of the genus Alicyclobacillus.
A thermo-acidophilic endospore-forming bacterium was isolated from a mixed fruit juice. The organism, strain 3A(T), was rod-shaped, grew aerobically at 30-60 degrees C (optimum 45-50 degrees C), pHExpand
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Ruegeria mobilis sp. nov., a member of the Alphaproteobacteria isolated in Japan and Palau.
The taxonomic positions of two bacterial strains, MBIC01146(T) and MBIC01099, isolated from marine environments of Japan and Palau, respectively, were determined by using a polyphasic approach. TheExpand
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Comparison of gyrB gene sequences, 16S rRNA gene sequences and DNA-DNA hybridization in the Bacillus subtilis group.
The Bacillus subtilis group comprises eight closely related species that are indistinguishable from one another by 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis. Therefore, the gyrB gene, which encodes the subunitExpand
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