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Draft Genome of Burkholderia cenocepacia TAtl-371, a Strain from the Burkholderia cepacia Complex Retains Antagonism in Different Carbon and Nitrogen Sources.

  • Author(s): Rojas-Rojas, Fernando Uriel
  • Sánchez-López, David
  • Tapia-García, Erika Yanet
  • Arroyo-Herrera, Ivan
  • Maymon, Maskit
  • Humm, Ethan
  • Huntemann, Marcel
  • Clum, Alicia
  • Pillay, Manoj
  • Palaniappan, Krishnaveni
  • Varghese, Neha
  • Mikhailova, Natalia
  • Stamatis, Dimitrios
  • Reddy, TBK
  • Ivanova, Natalia
  • Kyrpides, Nikos
  • Woyke, Tanja
  • Shapiro, Nicole
  • Hirsch, Ann M
  • Ibarra, J Antonio
  • Estrada-de Los Santos, Paulina
  • et al.

Burkholderia cenocepacia TAtl-371 was isolated from the rhizosphere of a tomato plant growing in Atlatlahucan, Morelos, Mexico. This strain exhibited a broad antimicrobial spectrum against bacteria, yeast, and fungi. Here, we report and describe the improved, high-quality permanent draft genome of B. cenocepacia TAtl-371, which was sequenced using a combination of PacBio RS and PacBio RS II sequencing methods. The 7,496,106 bp genome of the TAtl-371 strain is arranged in three scaffolds, contains 6722 protein-coding genes, and 99 RNA only-encoding genes. Genome analysis revealed genes related to biosynthesis of antimicrobials such as non-ribosomal peptides, siderophores, chitinases, and bacteriocins. Moreover, analysis of bacterial growth on different carbon and nitrogen sources shows that the strain retains its antimicrobial ability.

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