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Draft genome sequence of Dialister pneumosintes KCOM 1685 isolated from a human postoperative maxillary cyst lesion

사람 수술후상악낭종 병소에서 분리된 Dialister pneumosintes KCOM 1685의 유전체 염기서열 해독

  • Park, Soon-Nang (Korean Collection for Oral Microbiology and Department of Oral Biochemistry, School of Dentistry, Chosun University) ;
  • Lee, Chang-Won (School of Dentistry, Chosun University) ;
  • Lim, Yun Kyong (Korean Collection for Oral Microbiology and Department of Oral Biochemistry, School of Dentistry, Chosun University) ;
  • Shin, Ja Young (Macrogen Inc.) ;
  • Roh, Hanseong (Macrogen Inc.) ;
  • Kook, Joong-Ki (Korean Collection for Oral Microbiology and Department of Oral Biochemistry, School of Dentistry, Chosun University)
  • 박순낭 (조선대학교 치과대학 구강생화학교실 및 한국구강미생물자원은행) ;
  • 이창원 (조선대학교 치과대학 치의학과) ;
  • 임윤경 (조선대학교 치과대학 구강생화학교실 및 한국구강미생물자원은행) ;
  • 신자영 (마크로젠) ;
  • 노한성 (마크로젠) ;
  • 국중기 (조선대학교 치과대학 구강생화학교실 및 한국구강미생물자원은행)
  • Received : 2018.11.13
  • Accepted : 2018.12.10
  • Published : 2019.03.31

Abstract

Dialister pneumosintes is a Gram-staining-negative, anaerobic, non-fermenting, and rod-shaped bacterium. D. pneumosintes is considered to be a periodontal pathogen. D. pneumosintes KCOM 1685 (= ChDC B414) was isolated from a human postoperative maxillary cyst lesion. In this report, we present the draft genome sequence of D. pneumosintes KCOM 1685.

Keywords

Dialister pneumosintes;human;postoperative maxillary cyst

Table 1. Genome features of Dialister pneumosintes KCOM 1685

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF)

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