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Nontyphoidal strains are major foodborne pathogens with global public health importance. Foodborne salmonellosis can be life-threatening, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. We report the complete genome sequences of 20 nontyphoidal strains isolated in Rwanda. The reported 20 bacterial chromosomes and 8 plasmids each belong to 1 of 9 nontyphoidal serotypes.
We report here the complete genome sequence of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) strain ZJ/ZX2018-C10, isolated from infected piglets in Zhejiang Province, China. The genome sequence was highly similar to AH2012, a highly virulent Chinese PEDV strain. It will help in understanding the molecular and evolutionary characteristics of PEDV in China.
In order to investigate the underlying interaction mechanisms between plants and Gram-positive bacteria, 10 and strains were isolated from healthy tomato rhizosphere and plant tissues.
The Nebraska Sandhills region contains over 1,500 geochemically diverse interdunal lakes, some of which are potassium rich, alkaline, and hypersaline. Here, we report 16S rRNA amplicon pyrosequencing data on the water and sediment microbial communities of eight alkaline lakes in the Sandhills of western Nebraska.
479 (formerly known as 479) is the original source strain for the restriction enzyme DrdI. Its complete sequence and full methylome were determined using Pacific Biosciences single-molecule real-time (SMRT) sequencing.
Isolated from Aran-Bidgol Lake in Iran, and reported here, strain Fb21 represents the first complete genome from this archaeal species. Local recombination in this genome is in stark contrast to equidistant recombination events in bacteria. The genome's GC bias, however, points to a genome architecture and origin that resemble those of a bacterium. Its availability, genome signatures, and frequent intragenomic recombination mean that Fb21 presents an attractive model organism for this species.
Green sulfur bacteria are in the family , which is composed of four distinct genera, namely, , , , and , with species being the most commonly represented in genome studies. We have now sequenced only the fourth species of , which established sp. 24CR as a separate species and should help characterize the genus.
Water from the Hickey Run Tributary of the Anacostia River is being collected quarterly (beginning August 2018) and analyzed to create high-resolution baseline taxonomic profiles of microbiota associated with this important aquatic ecosystem, which has a long history of exposure to residential and commercial effluents from Washington, DC. These United States National Arboretum Microbial Observatory data are available under NCBI BioProject number PRJNA498951.
CAVE-375 and sp. strain CAVE-383, two Gram-negative bacteria, were isolated during the first microbiology survey performed in a karst cave in Portugal. We report here the release of their high-quality draft genome sequences, which will be useful for geographic-ecological purposes and the description of novel taxa.
The saprotrophic soft-rot fungus was isolated from deadwood of collected in the Bavarian Forest, Germany. The whole genome of this strain (DSM 107183) was sequenced with a total size of 43.2 Mb and a G+C content of 48.5%. The genome comprises 12,638 predicted coding sequences.
Wes44 and Carmen17 are siphoviruses that infect DSM-350. Wes44 contains 42,248 base pairs and 54 predicted genes; Carmen17 contains 41,820 base pairs and 51 predicted genes. The genomes are 95% similar to each other and distantly related to bacteriophage PBC1.
is known to tolerate antibiotic therapy during infection. This prevents clearance of infection and negatively impacts patient outcomes. Here, we report the transcriptome sequence of antibiotic-treated and untreated cultures and the differential gene expression observed when treated cells are compared to untreated cells.
The genomes of 16 clinical isolates were subjected to whole-genome sequencing to identify mutations related to resistance to one or more anti- drugs. The sequence data will help in understanding the genomic characteristics of isolates and their resistance mutations prevalent in South India.
The phytopathogen was isolated from diseased plants of Madagascar periwinkle [ (L.) G. Don]. Here, we report the nucleotide sequence of the 1,791,576-bp circular chromosome and three plasmids of strain P40 This information serves as a resource for comparative analyses of spiroplasmal adaptations to diverse ecological niches.
Little is known about extremophilic microorganisms from glaciers found in subtropical regions, and to our knowledge, no reports have identified glacial bacteria in this ecosystem in Mexico. Herein, we report a 16S rRNA gene amplicon data set demonstrating bacterial diversity of three samples from the Iztaccihuatl volcanic complex (Mexico) with a total of 115,701 to 138,805 high-quality reads. The bacterial population was classified at the phylum level in all samples.
Twenty-seven serovar Schwarzengrund isolates from clinical sources were sequenced as part of a larger study to examine phenotypic and genotypic characteristics. The majority of the sequenced strains were isolated from human stool ( = 20) followed by urine ( = 3) and blood ( = 2). Four isolate sequences contained plasmids of known incompatibility groups.
The vaginal bacterial strain AB70, belonging to the species , was isolated from a vaginal swab from a healthy pregnant Korean woman. Here, we report the 2.37-Mb complete genome sequence of this strain.
We report 17 draft genomes for 14 unidentified sp. strains closely related in 16S rRNA gene-based phylogeny and type strains of 3 species with the aims of deciphering relationships between related species, evaluating the accuracy of current thresholds for species delineation, and robustly describing new species in the genus.