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Scientific classification

Fusobacteria contribute to several diseases, including periodontal diseases, Lemierre's syndrome, and tropical skin ulcers. They are a class in the phylum Bacteria. In humans, they are found in many parts of the gastro-intestinal tract, They are Gram-negative and anaerobic.

Taxonomy ID: 32066

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