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Complete genome sequence of carotenoid-producing Enterococcus gilvus CR1, isolated from raw cow’s milk.

Authors: Ohki, Shun and Hagi, Tatsuro and Nakano, Kazuma and Shiroma, Akino and Tamotsu, Hinako and Shimoji, Makiko and Shinzato, Misuzu and Ashimine, Noriko and Minami, Maiko and Nakanishi, Tetsuhiro and others

Enterococcus gilvus CR1, isolated from raw cow’s milk, can produce carotenoids. The complete genome sequence of this strain was determined using the PacBio RS II platform. The assembly was found to contain a circular chromosome, including carotenoid biosynthesis genes, and comprises 2,863,043 bp, with a GC content of 41.86% and three plasmids.

Journal: Microbiology resource announcements
DOI: 10.1128/MRA.00988-18
Year: 2018

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