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Bartonella gabonensis sp. nov., a new bartonella species from savannah rodent Lophuromys sp. in Franceville, Gabon

Abstract : We describe a new strain named Bartonella gabonensis sp. nov. strain 669T (CSURB1083). The entire genome of this strain is described here. It was isolated from a savannah rodent, a brush-furred rat (Lophuromys sp.), trapped the city of Franceville in Gabon, in Central Africa. B. gabonensis is an aerobic, rod-shaped and Gram-negative bacterium. On the basis of the organism's features, and following a taxonogenomic approach, we propose the creation of the species Bartonella gabonensis sp. nov.
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J.B. Mangombi, N. N'Dilimabaka, H. Medkour, O.L. Banga, M.L. Tall, et al.. Bartonella gabonensis sp. nov., a new bartonella species from savannah rodent Lophuromys sp. in Franceville, Gabon. New Microbes and New Infections, Wiley Online Library 2020, 38, pp.100796. ⟨10.1016/j.nmni.2020.100796⟩. ⟨hal-03086548⟩

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