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Volume 18, Number 3—March 2012

Research

A Systematic Approach for Discovering Novel, Clinically Relevant Bacteria

Robert Schlaberg1Comments to Author , Keith E. Simmon1, and Mark A. Fisher
Author affiliations: University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (R. Schlaberg, M.A. Fisher); ARUP Laboratories, Salt Lake City (R. Schlaberg, K.E. Simmon, M.A. Fisher)

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Table 1

Taxonomic distribution, by order of best species-level matches, for 673 isolates of possibly novel species of bacteria

Order No. isolates
Actinomycetales 294
Bacillales 61
Pseudomonadales 56
Flavobacteriales 41
Burkholderiales 39
Lactobacillales 38
Enterobacteriales 33
Neisseriales 15
Pasteurellales 14
Rhizobiales 14
Clostridiales 10
Cardiobacteriales 9
Sphingomonadales 8
Caulobacterales 7
Rhodospirillales 7
Xanthomonadales 7
Fusobacteriales 6
Bacteroidales 5
Sphingobacteriales 4
Rhodocyclales 2
Desulfovibrionales 1
Micrococcineae 1
Rhodobacterales 1

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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