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Complete genome sequence of Antarcticibacterium flavum JB01H24T from an Antarctic marine sediment

Authors: Lee, Yung Mi and Jin, Young Keun and Shin, Seung Chul

Antarcticibacterium flavum JB01H24T was isolated from a marine sediment of the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Whole-genome sequencing of the strain Antarcticibacterium flavum JB01H24T was achieved using PacBio RS II platform. The resulting complete genome comprised of one closed, complete chromosome of 4,319,074 base pairs with a 40.87% G?+?C content, where genomic analyses demonstrated that it is constituted mostly by putative ORFs with unknown functions, representing a novel genetic feature. It is the first complete genome sequence of the Antarcticibacterium strain.

Journal: Marine genomics
DOI: 10.1016/j.margen.2019.100695
Year: 2019

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