Complete genome sequence of Leuconostoc gelidum subsp. gasicomitatum KG16-1, isolated from vacuum-packaged vegetable sausages

@article{Andreevskaya2016CompleteGS,
  title={Complete genome sequence of Leuconostoc gelidum subsp. gasicomitatum KG16-1, isolated from vacuum-packaged vegetable sausages},
  author={Margarita Andreevskaya and Jenni Hultman and Per Johansson and Pia Laine and Lars Paulin and Petri Auvinen and Johanna Bj{\"o}rkroth},
  journal={Standards in Genomic Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={11}
}
Leuconostoc gelidum subsp. gasicomitatum is a predominant lactic acid bacterium (LAB) in spoilage microbial communities of different kinds of modified-atmosphere packaged (MAP) food products. So far, only one genome sequence of a poultry-originating type strain of this bacterium (LMG 18811T) has been available. In the current study, we present the completely sequenced and functionally annotated genome of strain KG16-1 isolated from a vegetable-based product. In addition, six other vegetable… 
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