Pseudoalteromonas aurantia is an antibacterial-producing marine bacterium commonly found in Mediterranean waters. In 1979, Gauthier and Breittmayer first named it Alteromonas aurantia to include it in the Alteromonas genus that was described seven years earlier, in 1972 by Baumann et al. In 1995, Gauthier et al renamed Alteromonas aurantia to Pseudoalteromonas aurantia to include it in their proposed new genus, Pseudoalteromonas, which they recommended splitting from Alteromonas.
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- Gauthier, G.; Gauthier, M.; Christen, R. (October 1995). "Phylogenetic Analysis of the Genera Alteromonas, Shewanella, and Moritella Using Genes Coding for Small-Subunit rRNA Sequences and Division of the Genus Alteromonas into Two Genera, Alteromonas (Emended) and Pseudoalteromonas gen. nov., and Proposal of Twelve New Species Combinations". International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology (Reading, UK: Society for General Microbiology) 45 (4): 755–761. doi:10.1099/00207713-45-4-755. ISSN 1466-5034. OCLC 43894812. PMID 7547295. Retrieved 19 April 2012.
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