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Oceanimonas sp. GK1 (IBRC-M 10197) is a marine halotolerant gammaproteobacterium which was characterized as producing large amounts of poly-β-hydroxybutyrate. Here we present the whole-genome sequence of Oceanimonas sp. GK1, which consists of a single circular chromosome of 3,514,537 bp and two plasmids 8,462 and 4,245 bp in length.
The draft genome of the aerobic, Gram-positive, halophilic chemoorganotroph Nesterenkonia sp. strain F consists of a 2,812,133-bp chromosome. This study is the first to report the shotgun-sequenced draft genome of a member of the genus Nesterenkonia.
The growing pollution by xenobiotic compounds generated through both natural and anthropogenic activities has endangered the environment. The advent of the next generation sequencing has provided fast and cost-effective tools to explore genomes to discover novel xenobiotic-degrading genes. A Gram-negative marine halotolerant Oceanimonas sp. GK1 was analyzed… (More)