April 21, 2020  |  

Complete Genome Sequence of the Marine Hydrocarbon Degrader Alcaligenes aquatilis QD168, Isolated from Crude Oil-Polluted Sediment of Quintero Bay, Central Chile.

Authors: Durán, Roberto E and Barra-Sanhueza, Bárbara and Salvà-Serra, Francisco and Méndez, Valentina and Jaén-Luchoro, Daniel and Moore, Edward R B and Seeger, Michael

Alcaligenes aquatilis strain QD168 (= CCUG 69566) is a marine hydrocarbon-degrading bacterium isolated from crude oil-polluted sediment from Quintero Bay, Central Chile. Here, we present the 4.32-Mb complete genome sequence of strain QD168, with 3,892 coding sequences, 58 tRNAs, and a 56.3% G+C content.

Journal: Microbiology resource announcements
DOI: 10.1128/MRA.01664-18
Year: 2019

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