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Complete genome of Pseudoalteromonas marina ECSMB14103, a mussel settlement-inducing bacterium isolated from the East China Sea

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

Pseudoalteromonas marina ECSMB14103, a strain isolated from natural multiple-species biofilms formed in the East China Sea, induces the settlement of larvae and plantigrades in Mytilus coruscus. Here, we report the complete genome of this strain; the genome is 3,441,076?bp in size, has a GC content of 39.90% and contains a total of 3200 predicted genes. These genomic data will provide significant datasets to help improve understanding of the physiological potential and molecular mechanisms of settlement induction by P. marina ECSMB14103.

Journal: Marine genomics
DOI: 10.1016/j.margen.2018.04.001
Year: 2018

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