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mlrA is the only microcystin-degrading gene detected in Sphingomonas sp. MJ-PV. The gene has an extremely rare nucleotide sequence and homologous genes have not yet been discovered in the DNA… (More)
The pH of the water associated with toxic blooms of cyanobacteria is typically in the alkaline range; however, previously only microcystin-degrading bacteria growing in neutral pH conditions have… (More)
The mlr gene cluster consisting of mlrA, mlrB, mlrC, and mlrD is involved in the degradation of the cyanobacterial toxin microcystin. However, it is unclear which degradation intermediates are… (More)
Microcystis aeruginosa is a typical algal bloom-forming cyanobacterium. This report describes the whole-genome sequence of a non-microcystin-producing strain of Microcystis aeruginosa, NIES-44, which… (More)
We showed that the photocatalytic effect of a coating of TiO(2) greatly reduces the formation of a biofilm by Phormidium tenue (P. tenue), a filamentous cyanobacterium, on glass plates. Sample plates… (More)
This report describes the whole-genome sequence of an alkalitolerant microcystin-degrading bacterium, Sphingopyxis sp. strain C-1, isolated from a lake in China.
Burkholderiales bacterium GJ-E10, isolated from the Tamagawa River in Akita Prefecture, Japan, is an unclassified, iron-oxidizing chemolithoautotrophic bacterium. Its single circular genome,… (More)
This report describes the whole-genome sequences of two Mn(II)-oxidizing bacteria, filamentous Mn oxide microparticle-forming Bosea sp. strain BIWAKO-01 and alphaproteobacterium strain U9-1i.