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Draft genome sequence of a nitrate-reducing, o-phthalate degrading bacterium, Azoarcus sp. strain PA01<sup>T</sup>

Draft genome sequence of a nitrate-reducing, o-phthalate degrading bacterium, Azoarcus sp. strain PA01T

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JUNGHARE, Madan, Yogita PATIL, Bernhard SCHINK, 2015. Draft genome sequence of a nitrate-reducing, o-phthalate degrading bacterium, Azoarcus sp. strain PA01T. In: Standards in Genomic Sciences. 10, 90. eISSN 1944-3277

@article{Junghare2015Draft-32259, title={Draft genome sequence of a nitrate-reducing, o-phthalate degrading bacterium, Azoarcus sp. strain PA01T}, year={2015}, doi={10.1186/s40793-015-0079-9}, volume={10}, journal={Standards in Genomic Sciences}, author={Junghare, Madan and Patil, Yogita and Schink, Bernhard}, note={Article Number: 90} }

Schink, Bernhard 2015-11-26T12:37:19Z 2015 Draft genome sequence of a nitrate-reducing, o-phthalate degrading bacterium, Azoarcus sp. strain PA01<sup>T</sup> eng Junghare, Madan Azoarcus sp. strain PA01<sup>T</sup> belongs to the genus Azoarcus, of the family Rhodocyclaceae within the class Betaproteobacteria. It is a facultatively anaerobic, mesophilic, non-motile, Gram-stain negative, non-spore-forming, short rod-shaped bacterium that was isolated from a wastewater treatment plant in Constance, Germany. It is of interest because of its ability to degrade o-phthalate and a wide variety of aromatic compounds with nitrate as an electron acceptor. Elucidation of the o-phthalate degradation pathway may help to improve the treatment of phthalate-containing wastes in the future. Here, we describe the features of this organism, together with the draft genome sequence information and annotation. The draft genome consists of 4 contigs with 3,908,301 bp and an overall G + C content of 66.08 %. Out of 3,712 total genes predicted, 3,625 genes code for proteins and 87 genes for RNAs. The majority of the protein-encoding genes (83.51 %) were assigned a putative function while those remaining were annotated as hypothetical proteins. Junghare, Madan 2015-11-26T12:37:19Z Schink, Bernhard Patil, Yogita Patil, Yogita

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