Author(s): Austin B, Rodgers CJ
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Abstract A study was made of the biochemical, cultural, morphological, physiological and serological characters of 25 Gram-positive bacterial isolates of bacterial kidney disease in salmonid fish. Two distinct homogenous phena and seven single-member clusters were defined as a result of overall similarity based on analyses with the Jaccard coefficient. One phenon was equated withCorynebacterium pyogenes, but the second represents a novel taxon.
This article was published in Curr Microbiol
and referenced in Journal of Aquaculture Research & Development