Bacterial genomes recovered from litter’s metagenomes in Amazonian Dark Earths

Anderson Santos de Freitas* (Corresponding author), Luís Felipe Guandalin Zagatto, Gabriel Silvestre Rocha, Thierry Alexandre Pellegrinetti, Letícia de Cássia Malho Alves, Vitor Moreira de Lara, Jéssica Adriele Mandro, Guilherme Lucio Martins, Aleksander Westphal Muniz, Rogério Eiji Hanada, Luiz Fernando Würdig Roesch, Siu Mui Tsai

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Here, we report 27 metagenome-assembled bacterial genomes (MAGs) from litter samples of a secondary forest located in Brazil over an Amazonian Dark Earth pool. The data set includes members from the phyla Pseudomonadata (14 MAGs), Actinomycetota (7 MAGs), Bacteroidota (4 MAGs), Bacillota (1 MAG), and Bdellovibrionota (1 MAG).
Original languageEnglish
Article numbere00422-24
JournalMicrobiology Resource Announcements
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 04 Jun 2024


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