Draft genome sequence of humic substances-degrading Pseudomonas kribbensis CHA-19 from temperate forest soil
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- Draft genome sequence of humic substances-degrading Pseudomonas kribbensis CHA-19 from temperate forest soil
- Other Titles
- 중위도 산림토양에서 분리한 부식질 분해능이 있는 Pseudomonas kribbensis CHA-19의 유전체 염기서열 초안
- Kim, Dockyu
- Life Sciences & Biomedicine - Other Topics
- catabolic pathway; degradative enzyme; humic acids; soil bacteria
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- Kim, Dockyu, Lee, Hyoungseok. 2019. "Draft genome sequence of humic substances-degrading Pseudomonas kribbensis CHA-19 from temperate forest soil". Korean Journal of Microbiology, 55(2): 177-179.
- Pseudomonas kribbensis CHA-19 was isolated from a temperate forest soil (mid latitude) in New Jersey, USA, for its ability to degrade humic acids, a main component of humic substances (HS), and subsequently confirmed to be able to decolorize lignin (a surrogate for HS) and catabolize lignin-derived ferulic and vanillic acids. The draft genome sequences of CHA-19 were analyzed to discover the putative genes for depolymerization of polymeric HS (e.g., dye-decolorizing peroxidases and laccase-like multicopper oxidases) and catabolic degradation of HS-derived small aromatics (e.g., vanillate O-demethylase and biphenyl 2,3-dioxygenase). The information on degradative genes was used to propose a HS degradation pathway of soil bacteria.
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