Complete genome sequence of Pseudomonas antarctica PAMC 27494, a bacteriocin-producing psychrophile isolated from Antarctica
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- Complete genome sequence of Pseudomonas antarctica PAMC 27494, a bacteriocin-producing psychrophile isolated from Antarctica
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- 남극에서 분리된 항생물질 생산 저온 미생물인 Pseudomonas antarctica PAMC27494의 유전학적 연구
- Lee, Jaejin
Hong, Soon Gyu
Yang, Jae Young
- Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology
- Bacteriocin; Cobalamin; Complete genome; Microcin B
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- Lee, Jaejin, et al. 2017. "Complete genome sequence of Pseudomonas antarctica PAMC 27494, a bacteriocin-producing psychrophile isolated from Antarctica". JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, 259(1): 15-18.
- Antimicrobial-producing, cold-adapted microorganisms have great potential for biotechnological applications in food, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries. Pseudomonas antarctica PAMC 27494, a psychrophile exhibiting antimicrobial activity, was isolated from an Antarctic freshwater sample. Here we report the complete genome of P. antarctica PAMC 27494. The strain contains a gene cluster encoding microcin B which inhibits DNA regulations by targeting the DNA gyrase. PAMC 27494 may produce R-type pyocins and also contains a complete set of proteins for the biosynthesis of adenosylcobalamin and possibly induces plant growth by supplying pyrroloquinoline quionone molecules.
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