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Title : Complete genome sequence of Burkholderia phenoliruptrix BR3459a (CLA1), a heat-tolerant, nitrogen-fixing symbiont of Mimosa flocculosa - de Oliveira Cunha_2012_J.Bacteriol_194_6675
Author(s) : de Oliveira Cunha C , Goda Zuleta LF , Paula de Almeida LG , Prioli Ciapina L , Lustrino Borges W , Pitard RM , Baldani JI , Straliotto R , de Faria SM , Hungria M , Sousa Cavada B , Mercante FM , Ribeiro de Vasconcelos AT
Ref : Journal of Bacteriology , 194 :6675 , 2012
Abstract : The genus Burkholderia represents a challenge to the fields of taxonomy and phylogeny and, especially, to the understanding of the contrasting roles as either opportunistic pathogens or bacteria with biotechnological potential. Few genomes of nonpathogenic strains, especially of diazotrophic symbiotic bacteria, have been sequenced to improve understanding of the genus. Here, we contribute with the complete genome sequence of Burkholderia phenoliruptrix strain BR3459a (CLA1), an effective diazotrophic symbiont of the leguminous tree Mimosa flocculosa Burkart, which is endemic to South America.
ESTHER : de Oliveira Cunha_2012_J.Bacteriol_194_6675
PubMedSearch : de Oliveira Cunha_2012_J.Bacteriol_194_6675
PubMedID: 23144415
Gene_locus related to this paper: 9burk-e8yu60 , 9burk-k0dux3

Title : The complete genome sequence of Chromobacterium violaceum reveals remarkable and exploitable bacterial adaptability - Ribeiro de Vasconcelos_2003_Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.U.S.A_100_11660
Author(s) : Ribeiro de Vasconcelos AT , Brazilian National Genome Project Consortium
Ref : Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America , 100 :11660 , 2003
Abstract : Chromobacterium violaceum is one of millions of species of free-living microorganisms that populate the soil and water in the extant areas of tropical biodiversity around the world. Its complete genome sequence reveals (i) extensive alternative pathways for energy generation, (ii) approximately 500 ORFs for transport-related proteins, (iii) complex and extensive systems for stress adaptation and motility, and (iv) widespread utilization of quorum sensing for control of inducible systems, all of which underpin the versatility and adaptability of the organism. The genome also contains extensive but incomplete arrays of ORFs coding for proteins associated with mammalian pathogenicity, possibly involved in the occasional but often fatal cases of human C. violaceum infection. There is, in addition, a series of previously unknown but important enzymes and secondary metabolites including paraquat-inducible proteins, drug and heavy-metal-resistance proteins, multiple chitinases, and proteins for the detoxification of xenobiotics that may have biotechnological applications.
ESTHER : Ribeiro de Vasconcelos_2003_Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.U.S.A_100_11660
PubMedSearch : Ribeiro de Vasconcelos_2003_Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.U.S.A_100_11660
PubMedID: 14500782
Gene_locus related to this paper: chrvi-BIOH , chrvi-CV1293 , chrvi-CV2714 , chrvi-CV2920 , chrvi-PCAD , chrvi-PHAC , chrvo-CV0759 , chrvo-CV0786 , chrvo-CV1386 , chrvo-q7nq34 , chrvo-q7nq94 , chrvo-q7nsc4 , chrvo-q7nt57 , chrvo-q7nt61 , chrvo-q7nu54 , chrvo-q7nua1 , chrvo-q7nua4.2 , chrvo-q7nuy6 , chrvo-q7nv45 , chrvo-q7nvi8 , chrvo-q7nvn9 , chrvo-q7nvv9 , chrvo-q7nvw1 , chrvo-q7nvx3 , chrvo-q7nwb0 , chrvo-q7nwh6 , chrvo-q7nwm0 , chrvo-q7nww4 , chrvo-q7nxy2 , chrvo-q7nxz0 , chrvo-q7nyk4 , chrvo-q7nyu2 , chrvo-q7nzq6 , chrvo-q7p1c7 , chrvo-q7p1k1 , chrvo-q7p1p6 , chrvo-q7p030 , chrvo-q7p136 , chrvo-q7p151 , chrvo-q7p156