volume 12, issue 5, P177-179 1991
DOI: 10.1111/j.1472-765x.1991.tb00533.x
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Abstract: Three strains which resemble the type strain of Fusobacterium naviforme (ATCC 25832) by morphological and physiological criteria were isolated from human clinical specimens. All were non‐fermentative, produced indole and, in common with other members of the genus Fusobacterium, butyrate was a major end‐product of metabolism. Glutamate dehydrogenase and 2‐oxoglutarate reductase were present in both taxa, but the enzymes of the test strains migrated to only about half the distance of that of strain ATCC 25832. …

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