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Photobacterium sanctipauli sp nov isolated from bleached Madracis decactis (Scleractinia) in the St Peter & St Paul Archipelago, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Brazil

(2014) PEERJ. 2.
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Five novel strains of Photobacterium (A-394T, A-373, A-379, A-397 and A-398) were isolated from bleached coralMadracis decactis (scleractinian) in the remote St Peter & St Archipelago (SPSPA), Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Brazil. Healthy M. decactis specimens were also surveyed, but no strains were related to them. The novel isolates formed a distinct lineage based on the 16S rRNA, recA, and rpoA gene sequences analysis. Their closest phylogenetic neighbours were Photobacterium rosenbergii, P. gaetbulicola, and P. lutimaris, sharing 96.6 to 95.8% 16S rRNA gene sequence similarity. The novel species can be differentiated from the closest neighbours by several phenotypic and chemotaxonomic markers. It grows at pH 11, produces tryptophane deaminase, presents the fatty acid C-18:0, but lacks C-16:0 iso. The whole cell protein profile, based in MALDI-TOF MS, distinguished the strains of the novel species among each other and from the closest neighbors. In addition, we are releasing the whole genome sequence of the type strain. The name Photobacterium sanctipauli sp. nov. is proposed for this taxon. The G + C content of the type strain A-394(T) (=LMG27910(T) = CAIM1892(T)) is 48.2 mol%.
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Photobacterium sanctipauli, St Paul's rocks, Coral bleaching, New species, Genomic taxonomy, GENOMIC DIVERSITY, BACTERIUM, SEA, VIBRIOS, TAXONOMY, IDENTIFICATION, PHYLOGENY, SEDIMENT, DISTANCE

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Moreira, Ana Paula B., et al. “Photobacterium Sanctipauli Sp Nov Isolated from Bleached Madracis Decactis (Scleractinia) in the St Peter & St Paul Archipelago, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Brazil.” PEERJ, vol. 2, 2014, doi:10.7717/peerj.427.
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Moreira, A. P. B., Duytschaever, G., Chimetto Tonon, L. A., Froes, A. M., de Oliveira, L. S., Amado-Filho, G. M., … Thompson, F. L. (2014). Photobacterium sanctipauli sp nov isolated from bleached Madracis decactis (Scleractinia) in the St Peter & St Paul Archipelago, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Brazil. PEERJ, 2. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.427
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Moreira, Ana Paula B., Gwen Duytschaever, Luciane A. Chimetto Tonon, Adriana M. Froes, Louisi S. de Oliveira, Gilberto M. Amado-Filho, Ronaldo B. Francini-Filho, et al. 2014. “Photobacterium Sanctipauli Sp Nov Isolated from Bleached Madracis Decactis (Scleractinia) in the St Peter & St Paul Archipelago, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Brazil.” PEERJ 2. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.427.
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Moreira, Ana Paula B., Gwen Duytschaever, Luciane A. Chimetto Tonon, Adriana M. Froes, Louisi S. de Oliveira, Gilberto M. Amado-Filho, Ronaldo B. Francini-Filho, Paul De Vos, Jean Swings, Cristiane C. Thompson, and Fabiano L. Thompson. 2014. “Photobacterium Sanctipauli Sp Nov Isolated from Bleached Madracis Decactis (Scleractinia) in the St Peter & St Paul Archipelago, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Brazil.” PEERJ 2. doi:10.7717/peerj.427.
Vancouver
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Moreira APB, Duytschaever G, Chimetto Tonon LA, Froes AM, de Oliveira LS, Amado-Filho GM, et al. Photobacterium sanctipauli sp nov isolated from bleached Madracis decactis (Scleractinia) in the St Peter & St Paul Archipelago, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Brazil. PEERJ. 2014;2.
IEEE
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A. P. B. Moreira et al., “Photobacterium sanctipauli sp nov isolated from bleached Madracis decactis (Scleractinia) in the St Peter & St Paul Archipelago, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Brazil,” PEERJ, vol. 2, 2014.
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  title        = {{Photobacterium sanctipauli sp nov isolated from bleached Madracis decactis (Scleractinia) in the St Peter & St Paul Archipelago, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Brazil}},
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