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Complete genome sequence of the intracellular bacterial symbiont TC1 in the anaerobic ciliate Trimyema compressum.

Authors: Shinzato, Naoya and Aoyama, Hiroaki and Saitoh, Seikoh and Nikoh, Naruo and Nakano, Kazuma and Shimoji, Makiko and Shinzato, Misuzu and Satou, Kazuhito and Teruya, Kuniko and Hirano, Takashi and Yamada, Takanori and Nobu, Masaru K and Tamaki, Hideyuki and Shirai, Yumi and Park, Sanghwa and Narihiro, Takashi and Liu, Wen-Tso and Kamagata, Yoichi

A free-living ciliate, Trimyema compressum, found in anoxic freshwater environments harbors methanogenic archaea and a bacterial symbiont named TC1 in its cytoplasm. Here, we report the complete genome sequence of the TC1 symbiont, consisting of a 1.59-Mb chromosome and a 35.8-kb plasmid, which was determined using the PacBio RSII sequencer. Copyright © 2016 Shinzato et al.

Journal: Genome announcements
DOI: 10.1128/genomeA.01032-16
Year: 2016

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