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DNA sequence-based analysis of the Pseudomonas species.
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Partial sequences of four core 'housekeeping' genes of the type strains of 107 Pseudomonas species were analysed in order to obtain a comprehensive view regarding the phylogenetic relationships within the PseUDomonas genus. Expand
Reclassification of Shewanella putrefaciens Owen's genomic group II as Shewanella baltica sp. nov.
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Results from DNA-DNA hybridization using a newly developed non-radioactive detection system and from 16S rRNA gene sequencing demonstrated that S. putrefaciens is a heterogeneous species containing more than a single genomic group. Expand
Biology of Pseudomonas stutzeri
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This review considers the history of the discovery, nomenclatural changes, and early studies, together with the relevant biological and ecological properties, of P. stutzeri. Expand
Phylogenomics and systematics in Pseudomonas
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It is confirmed that 30% of the sequenced genomes of non-type strains were not correctly assigned at the species level in the accepted taxonomy of the genus Pseudomonas and that all new genome sequences submitted to databases should be correctly assigned to species to avoid taxonomic inconsistencies. Expand
Genome organization of Pseudomonas stutzeri and resulting taxonomic and evolutionary considerations.
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Large chromosomal rearrangements seem to be responsible for the differences in superordinate genome structure and must have played an important role in P. stutzeri diversification and niche colonization. Expand
An rpoD-based PCR procedure for the identification of Pseudomonas species and for their detection in environmental samples.
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These primers were shown to be useful for the direct detection of Pseudomonas species in environmental DNA after a cloning procedure and compared in parallel with other cloning procedures described previously, based on the analysis of other genes and also by using primers designed for rpoD on sequences from gamma-proteobacteria. Expand
Genotypic and phenotypic diversity of pseudomonas stutzeri
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There is still no sound basis for division of P. stutzeri at the species level, and it is proposed that the term ‘genomovar’ be used to denote genomic groups of a nomenspecies. Expand
R-body-producing bacteria.
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The inherent difficulties in studying the organization and assembly of R bodies by the obligate endosymbiont kappa, have been alleviated by cloning and expressing genetic determinants for these R bodies (type 51) in Escherichia coli. Expand
Comparative genetic diversity of Pseudomonas stutzeri genomovars, clonal structure, and phylogeny of the species.
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Clustering of strains in the consensus phylogeny inferred from the analysis of seven nucleotide sequences confirmed the monophyletic origin of the genomovars within the Pseudomonas branch and is in good agreement with earlier DNA-DNA similarity analysis, indicating that the selected genes are representative of the whole genome in members of the species. Expand
Utility of internally transcribed 16S-23S rDNA spacer regions for the definition of Pseudomonas stutzeri genomovars and other Pseudomonas species.
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The results of the RFLP and sequence analysis of ITS1s supported and correlated with the phylogenetic relationships estimated from 16S rRNA gene sequence comparisons and DNA-DNA hybridizations, offering an alternative tool for genomovar and species differentiation. Expand
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