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Clostridium citroniae

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Clostridium citroniae - a species of gram-positive, obligate anaerobic bacteria in the family clostridiaceae. C. Aldenense is indole positive and produces acid from glucose, maltose, mannose, rhamnose, sucrose, trehalose, and xylose but not from cellobiose, esculin, lactose, mannitol, melezitose, raffinose, salicin, sorbitol, or starch. This species does not hydrolyze urea, esculin, starch, or gelatin or reduce nitrate.

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