Name:Peptoniphiluskoenoeneniae Ulger-Toprak et al. 2012
Proposed as: sp. nov.
Etymology:koen.oen.en’i.ae.N.L. gen. fem. n.koenoeneniae, of Könönen, to honour Dr Eija Könönen, Finnish microbiologist and dentist who has contributed a great deal to our knowledge of oral microbiology and anaerobic bacteriology
Ulger-Toprak N, Lawson PA, Summanen P, O'Neal L, Finegold SM. Peptoniphilus duerdenii sp. nov. and Peptoniphilus koenoeneniae sp. nov., isolated from human clinical specimens. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2012; 62:2336-2341.
Euzeby JP. Notification list. Notification that new names and new combinations have appeared in volume 62, part 10 of the IJSEM. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 2013; 63:6-7.
validly published under the ICNP
The terminology used by the authors is in line with many other taxonomic studies and does not negatively affect their main results; some improvements may nevertheless be possible. Contrasting the term "chemotaxonomic" with "phenotypic" is not recommended. Whether taxa can have "members" is debatable. See the LPSN phylogeny page for details.Publication:
Göker M. What can genome analysis offer for bacteria? In: Bridge P, Smith D, Stackebrandt E (eds), Trends in the systematics of bacteria and fungi, CAB International, Wallingford, 2021, p. 255-281.
According to Bartlett et al. (2022), this species is a putative human pathogen.Publication:
Bartlett A, Padfield D, Lear L, Bendall R, Vos M. A comprehensive list of bacterial pathogens infecting humans. Microbiology 2022; 168:0.
In the paper by Ulger-Toprak et al. 2012, the 16S rRNA sequence of the strain WAL 18896 is cited as EU526291. However, according to the NCBI Nucleotide, EU526291 is the sequence of the strain WAL 20371I.Publication:
Euzeby JP. List of Bacterial Names with Standing in Nomenclature: a folder available on the Internet. Int J Syst Bacteriol 1997; 47:590-592.