Draft genome sequence of a denitrifying bacterium Paracoccus marcusii PAMC 22219 isolated from Arctic marine sediment
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- Draft genome sequence of a denitrifying bacterium Paracoccus marcusii PAMC 22219 isolated from Arctic marine sediment
- Cha, In-Tae
Seok, Yoon Ji
Lee, Yoo Kyung
Roh, Seong Woon
- Genetics & Heredity; Marine & Freshwater Biology
- Paracoccus marcusii; Arctic; Genome sequence; Denitrification
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- Cha, In-Tae, et al. 2014. "Draft genome sequence of a denitrifying bacterium Paracoccus marcusii PAMC 22219 isolated from Arctic marine sediment". Marine Genomics, 21: 27-29.
- A denitrifying bacterium, Paracoccus marcusii PAMC 22219, was isolated from Arctic marine sediment in Svalbard, Norway. The obtained contigs were 265 with genome size of 4.0 Mb and G + C content of 66.1%.
This bacterial genome revealed that it had nitrate and nitrite ammonification genes involved in the denitrification process, suggesting that P.marcusii PAMC 22219 is a denitrifying bacterium. This is the first genome that has been
sequenced in the genus Paracoccus, isolated from an Arctic environment.
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