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Genome sequence of Xanthomonas sacchari R1, a biocontrol bacterium isolated from the rice seed.

Authors: Fang, Yunxia and Lin, Haiyan and Wu, Liwen and Ren, Deyong and Ye, Weijun and Dong, Guojun and Zhu, Li and Guo, Longbiao

Xanthomonas sacchari, was first identified as a pathogenic bacterium isolated from diseased sugarcane in Guadeloupe. In this study, R1 was first isolated from rice seed samples from Philippines in 2002. The antagonistic ability against several rice pathogens raises our attention. The genomic feature of this strain was described in this paper. The total genome size of X. sacchari R1 is 5,000,479bp with 4315 coding sequences (CDS), 59 tRNAs, 2rRNAs and one plasmid. Copyright © 2015. Published by Elsevier B.V.

Journal: Journal of biotechnology
DOI: 10.1016/j.jbiotec.2015.04.014
Year: 2015

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