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  • Marlen C. Rice
  • Jeanette M. Norton
  • Frederica Valois
  • Annette Bollmann
  • Peter J. Bottomley
  • Martin G. Klotz
  • Yuichi Suwa
  • Lisa Y. Stein
  • Luis Sayavedra-Soto
  • Tanja Woyke
  • Nicole Shapiro
  • Lynne A. Goodwin
  • Marcel Huntemann
  • Alicia Clum
  • Manoj Pillay
  • Nikos Kyrpides
  • Neha Varghese
  • Natalia Mikhailova
  • Victor Markowitz
  • Krishna Palaniappan
  • Natalia Ivanova
  • Dimitrios Stamatis
  • T. B. K. Reddy
  • Chew Yee Ngan
  • Chris Daum
Nitrosospira briensis C-128 is an ammonia-oxidizing bacterium isolated from an acid agricultural soil. N. briensis C-128 was sequenced with PacBio RS technologies at the DOE-Joint Genome Institute through their Community Science Program (2010). The high-quality finished genome contains one chromosome of 3.21 Mb and no plasmids. We identified 3073 gene models, 3018 of which are protein coding. The two-way average nucleotide identity between the chromosomes of Nitrosospira multiformis ATCC 25196 and Nitrosospira briensis C-128 was found to be 77.2 %. Multiple copies of modules encoding chemolithotrophic metabolism were identified in their genomic context. The gene inventory supports chemolithotrophic metabolism with implications for function in soil environments.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)46
JournalStandards in Genomic Sciences
Volume11
Issue number1
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Publication statusPublished - 2016

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