Comparative Genomic Analysis Reveals a Diverse Repertoire of Genes Involved in Prokaryote-Eukaryote Interactions within the Pseudovibrio Genus

@inproceedings{Romano2016ComparativeGA,
  title={Comparative Genomic Analysis Reveals a Diverse Repertoire of Genes Involved in Prokaryote-Eukaryote Interactions within the Pseudovibrio Genus},
  author={Stefano Romano and Antonio Fern{\`a}ndez-Guerra and F. Jerry Reen and Frank Oliver Gl{\"o}ckner and Susan P. Crowley and Orla O'Sullivan and Paul D Cotter and Claire Adams and Alan D W Dobson and Fergal O'Gara},
  booktitle={Front. Microbiol.},
  year={2016}
}
Strains of the Pseudovibrio genus have been detected worldwide, mainly as part of bacterial communities associated with marine invertebrates, particularly sponges. This recurrent association has been considered as an indication of a symbiotic relationship between these microbes and their host. Until recently, the availability of only two genomes, belonging to closely related strains, has limited the knowledge on the genomic and physiological features of the genus to a single phylogenetic… CONTINUE READING
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