Complete genome of Kangiella geojedonensis KCTC 23420T, putative evidence for recent genome reduction in marine environments
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- Complete genome of Kangiella geojedonensis KCTC 23420T, putative evidence for recent genome reduction in marine environments
- Hanna Choe; S Kim; J Oh; A Nasir; B K Kim; Kyung Mo Kim
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- Marine Genomics, vol. 24, pp. 215-217
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- Kangiella geojedonensis KCTC 23420T is an aerobic, Gram-negative, non-motile, non-spore-forming, rod-shaped bacterium that was isolated from seawater off the southern coast of Korea. We here report the complete genome of K. geojedonensis KCTC 23420T, which consists of 2,495,242bp (G+C content of 43.78%) with 2,257 protein-coding genes, 41 tRNAs, 2 rRNA operons. The genome is smaller than the other closely related genomes, indicating that K. geojedonensis has recently experienced reductive evolution.
- Complete genomeGenome reductionKangiella geojedonensisMarine bacterium
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