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Yersinia kristensenii new species of enterobacteriaceae composed of sucrose negative strains formerly called atypical yersinia enterocolitica or yersinia enterocolitica like



Yersinia kristensenii new species of enterobacteriaceae composed of sucrose negative strains formerly called atypical yersinia enterocolitica or yersinia enterocolitica like



Current Microbiology 4(4): 219-224



Yersinia kristensenii sp. nov. is defined biochemically and genetically. Y. kristensenii strains belong to a single DNA relatedness group. In 60.degree. C reactions, the highest relatedness values of Y. enterocolitica strains to Y. kristensenii were 70% to as much as 79%, overlapping the lowest intraspecies Y. kristensenii relatedness values. Y. kristensenii was easily separable from Y. enterocolitica on the bases of percent divergence within related DNA sequences in 60.degree. C reactions and relatedness in 75.degree. C reactions. Strain 105 (= CIP 80-30) is proposed as the type strain for Y. kristensenii.

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