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Complete genome sequence of a new halophilic archaeon, Haloarcula taiwanensis, isolated from a solar saltern in southern Taiwan.

Authors: Chen, Pei-Chun and Chen, Ting-Wen and Han, Yi-An and Ng, Wailap Victor and Yang, Chii-Shen

We report here the completion of the genome sequence of a new species of haloarchaea, Haloarcula taiwanensis, isolated in southern Taiwan. The 3,721,706-bp genome consisted of chromosome I (2,966,258 bp, 63.6% GC content), chromosome II (525,233 bp, 59.6% GC content), plasmid pNYT1 (129,893 bp, 55.3% GC content), and plasmid pNYT2 (100,322 bp, 55.7% GC content).

Journal: Genome announcements
DOI: 10.1128/genomeA.01529-17
Year: 2018

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