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F-type lectins are fucolectins with characteristic fucose and calcium-binding sequence motifs and a unique lectin fold (the "F-type" fold). F-type lectins are phylogenetically widespread with selective distribution. Several eukaryotic F-type lectins have been biochemically and structurally characterized, and the F-type lectin domain (FLD) has also been… (More)
We report the 2.9-Mb draft genome sequence of an actinobacterium, Kocuria palustris PEL, of the family Micrococcaceae.
BACKGROUND The yeast Saccharomyces boulardii is used worldwide as a probiotic to alleviate the effects of several gastrointestinal diseases and control antibiotics-associated diarrhea. While many studies report the probiotic effects of S. boulardii, no genome information for this yeast is currently available in the public domain. RESULTS We report the… (More)
Our present work focuses on the set of genes, which are involved in primary brain tumors - the glioma pathway. These gliomas are mostly malignant (cancerous) in nature and are difficult to be cured and that's why they attract the attention of all the workers. To understand the relative functionality of these genes, we analyzed the expression pattern of all… (More)
Several spore-forming strains of Bacillus are marketed as probiotics due to their ability to survive harsh gastrointestinal conditions and confer health benefits to the host. We report the complete genomes of two commercially available probiotics, Bacillus coagulans S-lac and Bacillus subtilis TO-A JPC, and compare them with the genomes of other Bacillus… (More)
We report the 4.1-Mb draft genome sequence of Morganella morganii SC01, a gammaproteobacterium, isolated from an Indian human fecal sample.
Ethanolamine is used as an energy source by phylogenetically diverse bacteria including pathogens, by the concerted action of proteins from the eut-operon. Previous studies have revealed the presence of eutBC genes encoding ethanolamine-ammonia lyase, a key enzyme that breaks ethanolamine into acetaldehyde and ammonia, in about 100 bacterial genomes… (More)
Plant health can be augmented by plant-growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) that confer biofertilizer, phytostimulation, and biocontrol activities. Herein, we provide the high-quality draft genome sequence of Serratia fonticola strain AU-AP2C, a Gram-negative motile PGPR of the pea plant, conferring phosphate solubilization, ammonia production, and… (More)
Inactivation of retrotransposons is accompanied by the emergence of centromere-binding protein-B (CENPB) in Schizosaccharomyces, as well as in metazoans. The RNA interference (RNAi)-induced transcriptional silencing (RITS) complex, comprising chromodomain protein-1 (Chp1), Tas3 (protein with unknown function), and Argonaute (Ago1), plays an important role… (More)
Myxobacteria are members of δ-proteobacteria and are typified by large genomes, well-coordinated social behavior, gliding motility, and starvation-induced fruiting body formation. Here, we report the 10.33 Mb whole genome of a starch-degrading myxobacterium Sandaracinus amylolyticus DSM 53668(T) that encodes 8,962 proteins, 56 tRNA, and two rRNA operons.… (More)