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Complete genome of Arthrobacter alpinus strain R3.8, bioremediation potential unraveled with genomic analysis.

Authors: See-Too, Wah-Seng and Ee, Robson and Lim, Yan-Lue and Convey, Peter and Pearce, David A and Mohidin, Taznim Begam Mohd and Yin, Wai-Fong and Chan, Kok Gan

Arthrobacter alpinus R3.8 is a psychrotolerant bacterial strain isolated from a soil sample obtained at Rothera Point, Adelaide Island, close to the Antarctic Peninsula. Strain R3.8 was sequenced in order to help discover potential cold active enzymes with biotechnological applications. Genome analysis identified various cold adaptation genes including some coding for anti-freeze proteins and cold-shock proteins, genes involved in bioremediation of xenobiotic compounds including naphthalene, and genes with chitinolytic and N-acetylglucosamine utilization properties and also plant-growth-influencing properties. In this genome report, we present a complete genome sequence of A. alpinus strain R3.8 and its annotation data, which will facilitate exploitation of potential novel cold-active enzymes.

Journal: Standards in genomic sciences
DOI: 10.1186/s40793-017-0264-0
Year: 2017

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