Genomic, physiologic, and proteomic insights into metabolic versatility in Roseobacter clade bacteria isolated from deep-sea water

@article{Tang2016GenomicPA,
  title={Genomic, physiologic, and proteomic insights into metabolic versatility in Roseobacter clade bacteria isolated from deep-sea water},
  author={Kai Tang and Yujie Yang and Dan Lin and Shuhui Li and Wenchu Zhou and Yu Han and Keshao Liu and Nianzhi Jiao},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={6}
}
Roseobacter clade bacteria are ubiquitous in marine environments and now thought to be significant contributors to carbon and sulfur cycling. However, only a few strains of roseobacters have been isolated from the deep-sea water column and have not been thoroughly investigated. Here, we present the complete genomes of phylogentically closed related Thiobacimonas profunda JLT2016 and Pelagibaca abyssi JLT2014 isolated from deep-sea water of the Southeastern Pacific. The genome sequences showed… 
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