“Collinsella vaginalis” sp. nov., a new bacterial species cultivated from human female genital tract

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We present a brief description of “Collinsella vaginalis” strain P2666 (=CSUR P2666), a new bacterium that was cultivated from the vaginal sample of a 26-year-old woman affected from bacterial vaginosis.

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Diop, K., Bretelle, F., Fournier, P. E., Raoult, D., & Fenollar, F. (2016). “Collinsella vaginalis” sp. nov., a new bacterial species cultivated from human female genital tract. Human Microbiome Journal, 2, 19–20. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.humic.2016.11.001

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