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High quality draft genome sequences of Pseudomonas fulva DSM 17717T, Pseudomonas parafulva DSM 17004T and Pseudomonas cremoricolorata DSM 17059T type strains

Lookup NU author(s): Professor Hans-Peter Klenk

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Abstract

Pseudomonas has the highest number of species out of any genus of Gram-negative bacteria and is phylogenetically divided into several groups. The Pseudomonas putida phylogenetic branch includes at least 13 species of environmental and industrial interest, plant-associated bacteria, insect pathogens, and even some members that have been found in clinical specimens. In the context of the Genomic Encyclopedia of Bacteria and Archaea project, we present the permanent, high-quality draft genomes of the type strains of 3 taxonomically and ecologically closely related species in the Pseudomonas putida phylogenetic branch: Pseudomonas fulva DSM 17717(T), Pseudomonas parafulva DSM 17004(T) and Pseudomonas cremoricolorata DSM 17059(T). All three genomes are comparable in size (4.6-4.9 Mb), with 4,119-4,459 protein-coding genes. Average nucleotide identity based on BLAST comparisons and digital genome-togenome distance calculations are in good agreement with experimental DNA-DNA hybridization results. The genome sequences presented here will be very helpful in elucidating the taxonomy, phylogeny and evolution of the Pseudomonas putida species complex.


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Author(s): Peña A, Busquets A, Gomila M, Mulet M, Gomila RM, Reddy TBK, Huntemann M, Pati A, Ivanova N, Markowitz V, García-Valdés E, Göker M, Woyke T, Klenk HP, Kyrpides N, Lalucat J

Publication type: Article

Publication status: Published

Journal: Standards in Genomic Sciences

Year: 2016

Volume: 11

Issue: 55

Online publication date: 01/09/2016

Acceptance date: 16/08/2016

Date deposited: 25/10/2016

ISSN (electronic): 1944-3277

Publisher: BioMed Central

URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s40793-016-0178-2

DOI: 10.1186/s40793-016-0178-2


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