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Title: Eggerthella timonensis sp. nov, a new species isolated from the stool sample of a pygmy female
Authors: Bilen, Melhem
Fonkou, Maxime Descartes Mbogning
Tomei, Enora
Armstrong, Nicholas
Bittar, Fadi Al
Lagie, Jean-Christophe
Daoud, Ziad
Affiliations: Faculty of Medicine 
Keywords: Culturomics
Eggerthella timonensis
New species
Pygmy
Taxonogenomics
Subjects: Genomes
Issue Date: 2018
Part of: Journal of microbiology open
Volume: 7
Issue: 5
Start page: 1
End page: 8
Abstract: 
Eggerthella timonensis strain Marseille‐P3135 is a new bacterial species, isolated from the stool sample of a healthy 8‐year‐old pygmy female. This strain (LT598568) showed a 16S rRNA sequence similarity of 96.95% with its phylogenetically closest species with standing in nomenclature Eggerthella lenta strain DSM 2243 (AF292375). This bacterium is a nonspore forming, Gram‐positive, nonmotile rod with catalase but no oxidase activity. Its genome is 3,916,897 bp long with 65.17 mol% of G + C content. Of the 3,371 predicted genes, 57 were RNAs and 3,314 were protein‐coding genes. Here, we report the main phenotypic, biochemical, and genotypic characteristics of E. timonensis strain Marseille‐P3135 (=CSUR P3135, =CCUG 70327); ti.mo.nenʹsis, N.L. masc. adj., with timonensis referring to La Timone, which is the name of the hospital in Marseille (France) where this work was performed). Strain is a nonmotile Gram‐positive rod, unable to sporulate, oxidase negative, and catalase positive. It grows under anaerobic conditions between 25°C and 42°C but optimally at 37°C.
URI: https://scholarhub.balamand.edu.lb/handle/uob/1937
DOI: 10.1002/mbo3.575
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Type: Journal Article
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