April 21, 2020  |  

Complete genome of Pseudoalteromonas atlantica ECSMB14104, a Gammaproteobacterium inducing mussel settlement

Authors: Wang, Jin-Song and Peng, Li-Hua and Guo, Xing-Pan and Yoshida, Asami and Osatomi, Kiyoshi and Li, Yi-Feng and Yang, Jin-Long and Liang, Xiao

Pseudoalteromonas is widely distributed in the marine environments and the biofilms formed by Pseudoalteromonas promote settlement of many species of invertebrates. Here, we show the complete genome of Pseudoalteromonas atlantica ECSMB14104, which was isolated from biofilms formed in the East China Sea and exhibited inducing activity on the Mytilus coruscus settlement. Complete genome of this strain containsa total of 3325 genes and the GC content of 41.02%. This genomic information is contributed to molecular mechanism of P. atlantica ECSMB14104 regulating mussel settlement.

Journal: Marine genomics
DOI: 10.1016/j.margen.2018.11.005
Year: 2019

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