Complete Genome Sequence of Amycolicicoccus subflavusDQS3-9A1T, an Actinomycete Isolated from Crude Oil-Polluted Soil

@article{Cai2011CompleteGS,
  title={Complete Genome Sequence of Amycolicicoccus subflavusDQS3-9A1T, an Actinomycete Isolated from Crude Oil-Polluted Soil},
  author={M. Cai and Wei-min Chen and Yong Nie and Chang-Qiao Chi and Ya-nan Wang and Yue-Qin Tang and Guo-ying Li and Xiao-Lei Wu},
  journal={Journal of Bacteriology},
  year={2011},
  volume={193},
  pages={4538 - 4539}
}
ABSTRACT Amycolicicoccus subflavusDQS3-9A1T, isolated from crude oil-polluted soil in the Daqing Oilfield in China, is a type strain of a newly published novel species in the novel genus Amycolicicoccus. Here we report the complete genome of DQS3-9A1Tand genes associated with oil-polluted environment. 
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