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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Complete genome sequence of Lactobacillus rhamnosus BFE5264, isolated from Maasai traditional fermented milk.

Here, we report the complete genome of Lactobacillus rhamnosus BFE5264, which was sequenced with the Pacific Biosciences RSII platform. The genome size is 3.01 Mb and includes 3,077 annotated coding sequences, including genes associated with the promotion of intestinal epithelial homeostasis through specific signaling pathways. Copyright © 2017 Choi et al.

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Comparative genome analysis of the Flavobacteriales bacterium strain UJ101, isolated from the gut of Atergatis reticulatus.

Here we report the comparative genomic analysis of strain UJ101 with 15 strains from the family Flavobacteriaceae, using the CGExplorer program. Flavobacteriales bacterium strain UJ101 was isolated from a xanthid crab, Atergatis reticulatus, from the East Sea near Korea. The complete genome of strain UJ101 is a 3,074,209 bp, single, circular chromosome with 30.74% GC content. While the UJ101 genome contains a number of annotated genes for many metabolic pathways, such as the Embden-Meyerhof pathway, the pentose phosphate pathway, the tricarboxylic acid (TCA) cycle, and the glyoxylate cycle, genes for the Entner-Douddoroff pathway are not found in the UJ101 genome.…

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Complete genome sequence analysis of Enterobacter sp. SA187, a plant multi-stress tolerance promoting endophytic bacterium

Enterobacter sp. SA187 is an endophytic bacterium that has been isolated from root nodules of the indigenous desert plant Indigofera argentea. SA187 could survive in the rhizosphere as well as in association with different plant species, and was able to provide abiotic stress tolerance to Arabidopsis thaliana. The genome sequence of SA187 was obtained by using Pacific BioScience (PacBio) single-molecule sequencing technology, with average coverage of 275X. The genome of SA187 consists of one single 4,429,597 bp chromosome, with an average 56% GC content and 4,347 predicted protein coding DNA sequences (CDS), 153 ncRNA, 7 rRNA, and 84 tRNA. Functional…

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Disease onset in X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism correlates with expansion of a hexameric repeat within an SVA retrotransposon in TAF1.

X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism (XDP) is a neurodegenerative disease associated with an antisense insertion of a SINE-VNTR-Alu (SVA)-type retrotransposon within an intron ofTAF1This unique insertion coincides with six additional noncoding sequence changes inTAF1, the gene that encodes TATA-binding protein-associated factor-1, which appear to be inherited together as an identical haplotype in all reported cases. Here we examined the sequence of this SVA in XDP patients (n= 140) and detected polymorphic variation in the length of a hexanucleotide repeat domain, (CCCTCT)nThe number of repeats in these cases ranged from 35 to 52 and showed a highly significant inverse correlation with age at disease…

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

The complete mitochondrial genome of Wonwhang (Pyrus pyrifolia)

This is a de novo assembly and annotation of a complete mitochondrial genome from Pyrus pyrifolia in the family Rosaceae. The complete mitochondrial genome of P. pyrifolia was assembled from PacBio RSII P6-C4 sequencing reads. The circular genome was 458,873?bp in length, containing 39 protein-coding genes, 23 tRNA genes and three rRNA genes. The nucleotide composition was A (27.5%), T (27.3%), G (22.6%) and C (22.6%) with GC content of 45.2%. Most of protein-coding genes use the canonical start codon ATG, whereas nad1, cox1, matR and rps4 use ACG, mttB uses ATT, rpl16 and rps19 uses GTG. The stop codon…

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Complete genome sequence of Celeribacter marinus IMCC12053(T), the host strain of marine bacteriophage P12053L.

Isolated from coastal seawater from Yellow Sea of Korea, Celeribacter marinus IMCC12053 was used as the host bacterium for bacteriophage P12053L. Here we report the complete genome sequence of strain IMCC12053 for further study of the marine bacteriophage P12053L functional genes. Single molecule real-time technology (PacBio RSII) was used for the single circular chromosome that is 3,096,705 base pairs in length and the GC content is 56.24%. It contains 3155 ORFs with 45 tRNAs and 6 rRNAs genes. N(6)-methyladenosine patterns were also investigated for 32 unmethylated genes and intergenic regions that covered many regulators and phage genes as well as…

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Evolutionary architecture of the infant-adapted group of Bifidobacterium species associated with the probiotic function.

Bifidobacteria, often associated with the gastrointestinal tract of animals, are well known for their roles as probiotics. Among the dozens of Bifidobacterium species, Bifidobacterium bifidum, B. breve, and B. longum are the ones most frequently isolated from the feces of infants and known to help the digestion of human milk oligosaccharides. To investigate the correlation between the metabolic properties of bifidobacteria and their phylogeny, we performed a phylogenomic analysis based on 452 core genes of forty-four completely sequenced Bifidobacterium species. Results show that a major evolutionary event leading to the clade of the infant-adapted species is linked to carbohydrate metabolism,…

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Complete genome sequence of the proteorhodopsin-containing marine flavobacterium Dokdonia donghaensis DSW-1T, isolated from seawater off Dokdo in the East Sea (Sea of Korea).

Dokdonia spp. have been used for investigating the lifestyles of proteorhodopsin-containing photoheterotrophs and for understanding marine photobiology. Here, we report the complete genome sequence of Dokdonia donghaensis DSW-1(T) using the PacBio sequencing platform. It should provide a valuable resource for comparative genomic studies of marine life harboring microbial rhodopsins among others. Copyright © 2016 Kim et al.

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Finished genome sequence of the highly multidrug-resistant human urine isolate Citrobacter freundii strain SL151.

Citrobacter freundii is a Gram-negative opportunistic pathogen that is increasingly being recognized as a causative agent of hospital-acquired urinary tract infections and an important reservoir of antimicrobial resistance determinants. In this report, we describe the finished genome sequence of C. freundii strain SL151, a highly multidrug-resistant human urine isolate. Copyright © 2016 Leski et al.

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Complete genome sequence of WM99c, an antibiotic-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii global clone 2 (GC2) strain representing an Australian GC2 lineage.

The extensively antibiotic-resistant Acinetobacter baumannii isolate WM99c recovered in Sydney, Australia, in 1999 is an early representative of a distinct lineage of global clone 2 (GC2) seen on the east coast of Australia. We present the complete 4.121-Mbp genome sequence (chromosome plus 2 plasmids), generated via long-read sequencing (PacBio).

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