Criblamydia sequanensis Harbors a Megaplasmid Encoding Arsenite Resistance.

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Title
Criblamydia sequanensis Harbors a Megaplasmid Encoding Arsenite Resistance.
Journal
Genome Announcements
Author(s)
Bertelli C., Goesmann A., Greub G.
ISSN
2169-8287 (Electronic)
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2014
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
2
Number
5
Pages
e00949-14
Language
english
Abstract
Criblamydia sequanensis is an amoeba-resisting bacterium recently isolated from the Seine River. This Chlamydia-related bacterium harbors a genome of approximately 3 Mbp and a megaplasmid of 89,525 bp. The plasmid encodes several efflux systems and an operon for arsenite resistance. This first genome sequence within the Criblamydiaceae family enlarges our view on the evolution and the ecology of this important bacterial clade largely understudied so far.
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