Complete Genome Sequence of the Aerobic CO-Oxidizing Thermophile Thermomicrobium roseum

@article{Wu2009CompleteGS,
  title={Complete Genome Sequence of the Aerobic CO-Oxidizing Thermophile Thermomicrobium roseum},
  author={Dongying Wu and Jason Raymond and Martin Wu and Sourav Chatterji and Qinghu Ren and Joel E. Graham and Donald A. Bryant and Frank T Robb and Albert S Colman and Luke J. Tallon and Jonathan H. Badger and Ramana Madupu and Naomi L. Ward and Jonathan A. Eisen},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2009},
  volume={4}
}
In order to enrich the phylogenetic diversity represented in the available sequenced bacterial genomes and as part of an “Assembling the Tree of Life” project, we determined the genome sequence of Thermomicrobium roseum DSM 5159. T. roseum DSM 5159 is a red-pigmented, rod-shaped, Gram-negative extreme thermophile isolated from a hot spring that possesses both an atypical cell wall composition and an unusual cell membrane that is composed entirely of long-chain 1,2-diols. Its genome is composed… Expand
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