Draft Genome Sequence of Shewanella sp. ECSMB14101, Isolated from the East China Sea.
ABSTRACT: Shewanella sp. ECSMB14101 was isolated from marine biofilms formed on the East China Sea. The draft genome sequence comprises 4,272,451 bp with a G+C content of 49.82%. Information on this draft genome will contribute to the understanding of bacterium-animal interactions.
Project description:Shewanella sp. ECSMB14102, which promotes recruitment of the mussel Mytilus coruscus, was isolated from natural biofilms formed on glass slides submerged in the East China Sea. Here, we present the draft genome sequence, which comprises 4.41 Mb with a G+C content of 52.2%. The genomic information in this strain will contribute to deepening our understanding of bacteria-animal interaction.
Project description:Pseudoalteromonas sp. strain ECSMB14103 was isolated from marine biofilms formed on the East China Sea. The draft genome sequence comprises 4.11 Mp with a G+C content of 39.7%. The information from the draft genome will contribute to an understanding of bacteria-animal interaction.
Project description:Shewanella algae strain C6G3, isolated from the 2 uppermost centimeters of muddy sediment of Arcachon Bay (SW Atlantic French coast, sampled in October 2007) has the capability to use a large panel of terminal electron acceptors under anaerobic condition, such as nitrate, nitrite and metal-oxide, and presents a great metabolic versatility. Here, we present the non-contiguous draft-genome sequence of Shewanella algae C6G3, which consists of a 4,879,425 bp. The chromosome contains 5792 predicted genes. In total, the genome consists of 24 rRNA genes, 86 tRNA genes and 5660 genes assigned as protein-coding genes.
Project description:We present the draft genome sequence of <i>Shewanella</i> sp. strain VB17, which was isolated from Virginia Beach, Virginia, intertidal sediment. The 5.2-Mb genome sequence of VB17 will be useful for studying the basis for seasonal low-temperature growth and eventual taxonomic classification of the species.
Project description:The assembly and annotation of the draft genome sequence of Shewanella sp. strain P1-14-1 are reported here to investigate the genes responsible for interkingdom interactions, secondary metabolite production, and microbial electrogenesis.
Project description:Shewanella sp. strain T2.3D-1.1 was isolated from the deep subsurface of the Iberian Pyrite Belt. We report its draft genome sequence, consisting of 49 scaffolds, with a chromosome of ?4.6?Mb and a 23.8-kb plasmid. The chromosome annotation identified 4,068 coding DNA sequences, 1 rRNA operon, and 108 tRNA genes.
Project description:The ability of different Shewanella spp. to convert heavy metals and toxic substances into less toxic products by using them as electron acceptors has led to their use in environmental clean-up strategies. We present here the draft genome sequence of Shewanella algidipiscicola H1, a strain resistant to high concentrations of chromates.
Project description:Shewanella halifaxensis strain 6JANF4-E-4 was isolated from the intestine of a red seabream (Pagrus major). Here, we report the draft genome sequence of this bacterium, which includes an integrative conjugative element of the SXT/R391 family, where the macrolide resistance determinants mef(C) and mph(G) exist.
Project description:The genome of Shewanella sp. strain ISO12, which was isolated from the intestine of wild-caught Fundulus heteroclitus, was sequenced and is reported here. Bioinformatic analysis revealed genes encoding the bacteriocin marinocine and those potentially associated with probiotic activity. The genome sequence will assist in further identifying probiotic and other antibacterial processes.
Project description:Here, we report the annotated genome sequences of two Shewanella sp. strains isolated from textile industry wastewater effluent in Peru. Potential genes for encoding enzymes that enable the strain to decolorize and degrade textile azo dyes were detected in both genomes.