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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