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Complete genome sequence of the molybdenum-resistant bacterium Bacillus subtilis strain LM 4-2.

Authors: You, Xiao-Yan and Wang, Hui and Ren, Guang-Yue and Li, Jing-Jing and Duan, Xu and Zheng, Hua-Jun and Jiang, Zheng-Qiang

Bacillus subtilis LM 4-2, a Gram-positive bacterium was isolated from a molybdenum mine in Luoyang city. Due to its strong resistance to molybdate and potential utilization in bioremediation of molybdate-polluted area, we describe the features of this organism, as well as its complete genome sequence and annotation. The genome was composed of a circular 4,069,266 bp chromosome with average GC content of 43.83 %, which included 4149 predicted ORFs and 116 RNA genes. Additionally, 687 transporter-coding and 116 redox protein-coding genes were identified in the strain LM 4-2 genome.

Journal: Standards in genomic sciences
DOI: 10.1186/s40793-015-0118-6
Year: 2015

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