Draft Genome Sequence of a Strictly Anaerobic Dichloromethane-Degrading Bacterium

Researchers:

Sara Kleindienst, Steven A. Higgins, Despina Tsementzi, Konstantinos T. Konstantinidis, E. Erin Mack, Frank E. Löffler

Abstract:

An anaerobic, dichloromethane-degrading bacterium affiliated with novel Peptococcaceae was maintained in a microbial consortium. The organism originated from pristine freshwater sediment collected from Rio Mameyes in Luquillo, Puerto Rico, in October 2009 (latitude 18°21′43.9″, longitude −65°46′8.4″). The draft genome sequence is 2.1 Mb and has a G+C content of 43.5%.

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Citation:

Kleindienst S, Higgins SA, Tsementzi D, Konstantinidis KT, Mack EE, Loffler FE. 2016. Draft genome sequence of a strictly anaerobic dichloromethane-degrading bacterium. Microbiology Resource Announcements 4.