Genome analysis of Rubritalea profundi SAORIC-165T, the first deep-sea verrucomicrobial isolate, from the northwestern Pacific Ocean

@article{Song2019GenomeAO,
  title={Genome analysis of Rubritalea profundi SAORIC-165T, the first deep-sea verrucomicrobial isolate, from the northwestern Pacific Ocean},
  author={Jaeho Song and Ilnam Kang and Yochan Joung and Susumu Yoshizawa and R. Kaneko and K. Oshima and M. Hattori and K. Hamasaki and K. Kogure and Soochan Kim and Kangseok Lee and Jang-Cheon Cho},
  journal={Journal of Microbiology},
  year={2019},
  volume={57},
  pages={413-422}
}
Although culture-independent studies have shown the presence of Verrucomicrobia in the deep sea, verrucomicrobial strains from deep-sea environments have been rarely cultured and characterized. Recently, Rubritalea profundi SAORIC-165T, a psychrophilic bacterium of the phylum Verrucomicrobia, was isolated from a depth of 2,000 m in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. In this study, the genome sequence of R. profundi SAORIC-165T, the first deep-sea verrucomicrobial isolate, is reported with… Expand
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