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Transfer of Sejongia antarctica, Sejongia jeonii and Sejongia marina to the genus Chryseobacterium as Chryseobacterium antarcticum comb. nov., Chryseobacterium jeonii comb. nov and Chryseobacterium marinum comb. nov.

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The genus Sejongia was described in 2005, with the two species Sejongia antarctica and Sejongia jeonii, mainly on the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis. At that time, these organisms formed a quite separate branch in a 16S rRNA gene sequence-based tree, but, in subsequent studies, it became obvious that the species S. antarctica and S. jeonii and a third species, Sejongia marina, were most closely related (>95.0% similarity) to some Chryseobacterium species (e.g. Chryseobacterium hominis, C. formosense and C. haifense). In addition, there is no evidence for clear phenotypic (i.e. chemotaxonomic) differences between these organisms that justifies their assignment to different genera. For these reasons, a proposal is made to transfer these species to the genus Chryseobacterium as Chryseobacterium antarcticum comb. nov. (type strain AT1013(T) = JCM 12381(T) = IMSNU 14040(T) = KCTC 12225(T)), Chryseobacterium jeonii comb. nov. (type strain AT1047(T) = JCM 12382(T) = IMSNU 14049(T) = KCTC 12226(T)) and Chryseobacterium marinum comb. nov. (type strain IMCC3228(T) =KCCM 42689(T) =NBRC 103143(T)) on the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequence data and published phenotypic data.
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SEQUENCE DATA, WATER, MIRICOLA, PLANTS, ARB, SOIL

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Kampfer, P et al. “Transfer of Sejongia Antarctica, Sejongia Jeonii and Sejongia Marina to the Genus Chryseobacterium as Chryseobacterium Antarcticum Comb. Nov., Chryseobacterium Jeonii Comb. Nov and Chryseobacterium Marinum Comb. Nov.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY 59 (2009): 2238–2240. Print.
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Kampfer, P., Lodders, N., Vaneechoutte, M., & Wauters, G. (2009). Transfer of Sejongia antarctica, Sejongia jeonii and Sejongia marina to the genus Chryseobacterium as Chryseobacterium antarcticum comb. nov., Chryseobacterium jeonii comb. nov and Chryseobacterium marinum comb. nov. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY, 59, 2238–2240.
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Kampfer, P, N Lodders, Mario Vaneechoutte, and G Wauters. 2009. “Transfer of Sejongia Antarctica, Sejongia Jeonii and Sejongia Marina to the Genus Chryseobacterium as Chryseobacterium Antarcticum Comb. Nov., Chryseobacterium Jeonii Comb. Nov and Chryseobacterium Marinum Comb. Nov.” International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 59: 2238–2240.
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Kampfer, P, N Lodders, Mario Vaneechoutte, and G Wauters. 2009. “Transfer of Sejongia Antarctica, Sejongia Jeonii and Sejongia Marina to the Genus Chryseobacterium as Chryseobacterium Antarcticum Comb. Nov., Chryseobacterium Jeonii Comb. Nov and Chryseobacterium Marinum Comb. Nov.” International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 59: 2238–2240.
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Kampfer P, Lodders N, Vaneechoutte M, Wauters G. Transfer of Sejongia antarctica, Sejongia jeonii and Sejongia marina to the genus Chryseobacterium as Chryseobacterium antarcticum comb. nov., Chryseobacterium jeonii comb. nov and Chryseobacterium marinum comb. nov. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY. READING: SOC GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY; 2009;59:2238–40.
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P. Kampfer, N. Lodders, M. Vaneechoutte, and G. Wauters, “Transfer of Sejongia antarctica, Sejongia jeonii and Sejongia marina to the genus Chryseobacterium as Chryseobacterium antarcticum comb. nov., Chryseobacterium jeonii comb. nov and Chryseobacterium marinum comb. nov.,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY, vol. 59, pp. 2238–2240, 2009.
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  abstract     = {The genus Sejongia was described in 2005, with the two species Sejongia antarctica and Sejongia jeonii, mainly on the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis. At that time, these organisms formed a quite separate branch in a 16S rRNA gene sequence-based tree, but, in subsequent studies, it became obvious that the species S. antarctica and S. jeonii and a third species, Sejongia marina, were most closely related (>95.0% similarity) to some Chryseobacterium species (e.g. Chryseobacterium hominis, C. formosense and C. haifense). In addition, there is no evidence for clear phenotypic (i.e. chemotaxonomic) differences between these organisms that justifies their assignment to different genera. For these reasons, a proposal is made to transfer these species to the genus Chryseobacterium as Chryseobacterium antarcticum comb. nov. (type strain AT1013(T) = JCM 12381(T) = IMSNU 14040(T) = KCTC 12225(T)), Chryseobacterium jeonii comb. nov. (type strain AT1047(T) = JCM 12382(T) = IMSNU 14049(T) = KCTC 12226(T)) and Chryseobacterium marinum comb. nov. (type strain IMCC3228(T) =KCCM 42689(T) =NBRC 103143(T)) on the basis of 16S rRNA gene sequence data and published phenotypic data.},
  author       = {Kampfer, P and Lodders, N and Vaneechoutte, Mario and Wauters, G},
  issn         = {1466-5026},
  journal      = {INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY},
  keywords     = {SEQUENCE DATA,WATER,MIRICOLA,PLANTS,ARB,SOIL},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {2238--2240},
  publisher    = {SOC GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY},
  title        = {Transfer of Sejongia antarctica, Sejongia jeonii and Sejongia marina to the genus Chryseobacterium as Chryseobacterium antarcticum comb. nov., Chryseobacterium jeonii comb. nov and Chryseobacterium marinum comb. nov.},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1099/ijs.0.009142-0},
  volume       = {59},
  year         = {2009},
}

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