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The 4.3-Mb genome of Lutibaculum baratangense strain AMV1(T), isolated from a soil sample collected from a mud volcano in Andamans, India, is reported. The draft genome of strain Lutibaculum baratangense AMV1(T) consists of 4,300,776 bp with a G+C content of 66.93 mol% and 4,198 predicted coding regions, including 56 RNAs.
We report the 4.5-Mbp genome sequences of Sphingobacterium antarcticum 4BY, a psychrophilic bacterium isolated from the soils of Schirmacher Oasis, Antarctica. The draft genome of S. antarcticum strain 4BY consists of 4,566,318 bp with 40.4% G+C content, 4,234 protein coding genes, and 52 RNAs.
We report the 4.36-Mb genome of Cryobacterium roopkundensis strain RuGl7, isolated from a soil sample collected in the periphery of Roopkund Lake, Himalayas, India. The draft genome consists of 4,356,863 bp, 4,048 protein-coding sequences, and 50 RNAs, with 65.3% G+C DNA content.