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The high prevalence and significance of multispecies biofilms have now been demonstrated in various bacterial habitats with medical, industrial, and ecological relevance. It is highly evident that… (More)
Microorganisms frequently co-exist in matrix-embedded multispecies biofilms. Within biofilms, interspecies interactions influence the spatial organization of member species, which likely play an… (More)
The composition and development of naturally occurring microbial communities are defined by a complex interplay between the community and the surrounding environment and by interactions between… (More)
Microbial communities primarily consist of multiple species that affect one another’s fitness both directly and indirectly. This study showed that the cocultivation of Paenibacillus amylolyticus and… (More)
Interspecies interactions are essential for the persistence and development of any kind of complex community, and microbial biofilms are no exception. Multispecies biofilms are structured and… (More)
We report the 3.09 Mb draft genome sequence ofKocuria palustrisW4, isolated from a slaughterhouse in Denmark.
Here, we report the draft genome sequence of Psychrobacter cibarius strain W1, which was isolated at a slaughterhouse in Denmark. The 3.63-Mb genome sequence was assembled into 241 contigs.
Social interactions in which bacteria respond to one another by modifying their phenotype are central determinants of microbial communities. It is known that interspecific interactions influence the… (More)
Horizontal gene transfer by conjugation has been reported to increase overall biofilm formation. Biofilm is considered a hot spot for plasmid transfer, and it has been found that social interactions… (More)
We report the draft genome sequences of twoPseudoclavibacter helvolusstrains. Strain G8 was isolated from a meat chopper and strain W3 isolated from the wall of a small slaughterhouse in Denmark. The… (More)