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Volume 11, Number 1—January 2005

Letter

Kytococcus schroeteri Endocarditis

Cécile Le Brun*, Julien Bouet*, Philippe Gautier*, Jean-Loup Avril*, and Olivier Gaillot*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Rennes, Rennes, France

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(A) Phylogenetic tree showing relationships among 16S rDNA sequences of clinical isolate ROG140 and type strains of members of the former Micrococcus genus. Nocardia asteroides was included as an out-group organism. The scale bar represents 1% differences in nucleotide sequences. (B) Sequence alignment of 16S rDNA nucleotides 983-992 and 1003-1014 of Kytococcus sp. type strains (TS) and clinical isolate ROG140. K. schroeteri molecular signatures are boxed. Nucleotide numbering refers to the sequ

Figure. (A) Phylogenetic tree showing relationships among 16S rDNA sequences of clinical isolate ROG140 and type strains of members of the former Micrococcus genus. Nocardia asteroides was included as an out-group organism. The scale bar represents 1% differences in nucleotide sequences. (B) Sequence alignment of 16S rDNA nucleotides 983-992 and 1003-1014 of Kytococcus sp. type strains (TS) and clinical isolate ROG140. K. schroeteri molecular signatures are boxed. Nucleotide numbering refers to the sequence of the 16S rDNA of E. coli.

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