Complete genome sequence of the model actinomycete Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2)

@article{Bentley2002CompleteGS,
  title={Complete genome sequence of the model actinomycete Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2)},
  author={S. Bentley and K. Chater and A. Cerde{\~n}o-T{\'a}rraga and G. Challis and N. Thomson and K. James and D. Harris and M. Quail and H. Kieser and D. Harper and A. Bateman and S. Brown and G. Chandra and C. Chen and M. Collins and A. Cronin and A. Fraser and A. Goble and J. Hidalgo and T. Hornsby and S. Howarth and C.‐H. Huang and T. Kieser and L. Larke and L. Murphy and K. Oliver and S. O'neil and E. Rabbinowitsch and M. Rajandream and K. Rutherford and S. Rutter and K. Seeger and D. Saunders and S. Sharp and R. Squares and S. Squares and K. Taylor and T. Warren and A. Wietzorrek and J. Woodward and B. Barrell and J. Parkhill and D. Hopwood},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2002},
  volume={417},
  pages={141-147}
}
Streptomyces coelicolor is a representative of the group of soil-dwelling, filamentous bacteria responsible for producing most natural antibiotics used in human and veterinary medicine. Here we report the 8,667,507 base pair linear chromosome of this organism, containing the largest number of genes so far discovered in a bacterium. The 7,825 predicted genes include more than 20 clusters coding for known or predicted secondary metabolites. The genome contains an unprecedented proportion of… Expand
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