Draft genome sequence of Turicibacter sanguinis PC909, isolated from human feces.

@article{Cuv2011DraftGS,
  title={Draft genome sequence of Turicibacter sanguinis PC909, isolated from human feces.},
  author={P{\'a}raic {\'O} Cu{\'i}v and Eline S. Klaassens and A. Scott Durkin and Derek M. Harkins and Les Foster and Jamison M. McCorrison and Manolito Torralba and Karen E. Nelson and Mark Morrison},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={2011},
  volume={193 5},
  pages={1288-9}
}
While the microbiota resident in the human gut is now known to provide a range of functions relevant to host health, many of the microbial members of the community have not yet been cultured or are represented by a limited number of isolates. We describe here the draft genome sequence of Turicibacter sanguinis PC909, isolated from a pooled healthy human fecal sample as part of the Australian Human Gut Microbiome Project. 

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