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To what extent the genomes of different species belonging to one genus can be diverse and the relationship between genomic differentiation and environmental factor remain unclear for oceanic bacteria. With many new bacterial genera and species being isolated from marine environments, this question warrants attention. In this study, we sequenced all the type… (More)
Alternative splicing is crucial for proteome diversity and functional complexity in higher organisms. However, the alternative splicing landscape in fungi is still elusive. The transcriptome of the filamentous fungus Trichoderma longibrachiatum was deep sequenced using Illumina Solexa technology. A total of 14305 splice junctions were discovered. Analyses… (More)
The cycloprodigiosin biosynthetic gene cluster has not been reported. We sequenced the genome of a cycloprodigiosin-producing bacterial strain, Pseudoalteromonas rubra ATCC 29570(T). Analysis revealed a probable cycloprodigiosin biosynthetic cluster, providing a good model for the study of cycloprodigiosin synthesis and regulation.
There are over 30 species in the marine bacterial genus Pseudoalteromonas. However, our knowledge about this genus is still limited. We sequenced the genomes of type strains of seven species in the genus, facilitating the study of the physiology, adaptation, and evolution of this genus.
Here, we report the draft genome sequence of Antarctic sea ice bacterium Glaciecola punicea ACAM 611(T), the type species of the genus Glaciecola. A blue-light-absorbing proteorhodopsin gene is present in the 3.08-Mb genome. This genome sequence can facilitate the study of the physiological metabolisms and ecological roles of sea ice bacteria.
Strain DSM9414, the type strain of Pseudoalteromonas espejiana, is a Gram-negative, and amino-acid-requiring stain isolated from seawater off the coast of Northern California. In this study, we report the complete genome sequence of Pseudoalteromonas espejiana DSM9414T. The genome (4,500,451bp; 40.3% G+C) is composed of two circular chromosomes: chromosome… (More)
Bacteria with multiple chromosomes provide new insights into the evolution of multipartite genome structures and bacterial survival strategies. In this study, we report the complete genome sequence of Pseudoalteromonas translucida KMM 520(T), which contains two circular chromosomes and comprises 4,147,593 bp with a mean G+C content of 40.1%. The two… (More)
Neptunomonas antarctica S3-22(T) was isolated from marine sediment of the Nella Fjord, Antarctica. Here we report the draft genome sequence of N. antarctica, which comprises 4,568,828 bp with a mean G+C content of 45.7%. We found numerous genes related to resistance, motility and chemotaxis, nitrogen metabolism, aromatic compound metabolism and stress… (More)
Many marine bacteria secrete exopolysaccharides (EPSs) that have important ecological and physiological functions. Numerous nutritional and environmental factors influence bacterial EPS production. However, the regulatory mechanisms of EPS production are poorly understood. The deep-sea Bacteroidetes bacterium Zunongwangia profunda SM-A87 can produce high… (More)