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microbacterium tumbae sp. nov., an actinobacterium isolated from the stone chamber of ancient tumulus.eight strains characterised as gram-stain-positive, non-spore-forming and non-motile rods were isolated from samples collected from stone chambers of the takamatsuzuka and kitora tumuli in asuka village, nara prefecture, japan. among them, one strain, t7528-3-6bt, was shown to form a novel lineage within the genus microbacterium. the most closely phylogenetically related species to t7528-3-6bt was microbacterium panaciterrae, with 97.8 % sequence similarity. the major isoprenoid quinones of t752 ...201728604332
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