Veillonella rogosae sp. nov., an anaerobic, gram-negative coccus isolated from dental plaque

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Abstract

Strains of a novel anaerobic, Gram-negative coccus were isolated from the supra-gingival plaque of children. Independent strains from each of six subjects were shown, at a phenotypic level and based on 16S rRNA gene sequencing, to be members of the genus Veillonella. Analysis revealed that the six strains shared 99.7% similarity in their 16S rRNA gene sequences and 99.0% similarity in their rpoB gene sequences. The six novel strains formed a distinct group and could be clearly separated from recognized species of the genus Veillonella of human or animal origin. The novel strains exhibited 98 and 91 % similarity to partial 16S rRNA and rpoB gene sequences of Veillonella parvula ATCC 10790T, the most closely related member of the genus. The six novel strains could be differentiated from recognized species of the genus Veillonella based on partial 16S rRNA and rpoB gene sequencing. The six novel strains are thus considered to represent a single novel species of the genus Veillonella, for which the name Veillonella rogosae sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is CF100T (=CCUG 54233T=DSM 18960T). © 2008 IUMS.

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Arif, N., Do, T., Byun, R., Sheehy, E., Clark, D., Gilbert, S. C., & Beighton, D. (2008). Veillonella rogosae sp. nov., an anaerobic, gram-negative coccus isolated from dental plaque. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 58(3), 581–584. https://doi.org/10.1099/ijs.0.65093-0

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