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Complete genome of the switchgrass endophyte Enterobacter clocace P101.

Authors: Humann, Jodi L and Wildung, Mark and Pouchnik, Derek and Bates, Austin A and Drew, Jennifer C and Zipperer, Ursula N and Triplett, Eric W and Main, Dorrie and Schroeder, Brenda K

The Enterobacter cloacae complex is genetically very diverse. The increasing number of complete genomic sequences of E. cloacae is helping to determine the exact relationship among members of the complex. E. cloacae P101 is an endophyte of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) and is closely related to other E. cloacae strains isolated from plants. The P101 genome consists of a 5,369,929 bp chromosome. The chromosome has 5,164 protein-coding regions, 100 tRNA sequences, and 8 rRNA operons.

Journal: Standards in genomic sciences
DOI: 10.4056/sigs.4808608
Year: 2014

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