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Complete genome sequence of Dyadobacter sp. 32, isolated from a culture of the freshwater diatom Cymbella microcephala

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Bacteria have been shown to be involved in different species-specific interactions with eukaryotic algae such as diatoms, impacting important ecosystem processes. Recently, a strain assigned to Dyadobacter, named 'species 32', has been shown to be involved in a number of ecologically relevant diatom processes, such as biofilm formation or growth enhancement, depending on the diatom species. This bacterium was originally isolated from a culture of freshwater benthic diatoms that originated from an epilithic biofilm, in which both bacteria and diatoms coexist. A single complete circular chromosome of Dyadobacter sp. 32 was assembled with a length of 7,101,228 bp, containing 6062 protein coding genes and 3 rRNA operons. A number of interesting genetic features were found, such as a putative zeaxanthin biosynthetic gene cluster. A large number of polysaccharide utilizing gene clusters were also detected, along with genes potentially acquired from other bacteria through horizontal gene transfer, and genes previously identified in other algae-bacteria interactions. These data serve to increase our understanding of specific interactions within freshwater biofilms, and identify a number of gene targets with which to study the molecular basis of diatom-bacteria interactions.
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SP-NOV., BACTERIAL BIOFILMS, GEN. NOV., DATABASE, ECOLOGY, Biofilm, Zeaxanthin, Interspecies signaling, Phycosphere, Extracellular, polymeric substances

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Dow, Lachlan, et al. “Complete Genome Sequence of Dyadobacter Sp. 32, Isolated from a Culture of the Freshwater Diatom Cymbella Microcephala.” MARINE GENOMICS, vol. 52, 2020, doi:10.1016/j.margen.2019.100720.
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Dow, L., Morrissey, K., Willems, A., & Kroth, P. G. (2020). Complete genome sequence of Dyadobacter sp. 32, isolated from a culture of the freshwater diatom Cymbella microcephala. MARINE GENOMICS, 52. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.margen.2019.100720
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Dow, Lachlan, Kathryn Morrissey, Anne Willems, and Peter G. Kroth. 2020. “Complete Genome Sequence of Dyadobacter Sp. 32, Isolated from a Culture of the Freshwater Diatom Cymbella Microcephala.” MARINE GENOMICS 52. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.margen.2019.100720.
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Dow, Lachlan, Kathryn Morrissey, Anne Willems, and Peter G. Kroth. 2020. “Complete Genome Sequence of Dyadobacter Sp. 32, Isolated from a Culture of the Freshwater Diatom Cymbella Microcephala.” MARINE GENOMICS 52. doi:10.1016/j.margen.2019.100720.
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Dow L, Morrissey K, Willems A, Kroth PG. Complete genome sequence of Dyadobacter sp. 32, isolated from a culture of the freshwater diatom Cymbella microcephala. MARINE GENOMICS. 2020;52.
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L. Dow, K. Morrissey, A. Willems, and P. G. Kroth, “Complete genome sequence of Dyadobacter sp. 32, isolated from a culture of the freshwater diatom Cymbella microcephala,” MARINE GENOMICS, vol. 52, 2020.
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