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Complete genome sequence of Microbacterium aurum strain KACC 15219T, a carbohydrate-degrading bacterium

탄수화물 분해 세균 Microbacterium aurum KACC 15219T의 유전체 염기서열 해독

Jung, YeonGyun;Jung, Byung Kwon;Park, Chang Eon;Ibal, Jerald Conrad;Kim, Sang-Jun;Shin, Jae-Ho
정연균;정병권;박창언;제랄드 콘라드 이발;김상준;신재호

  • Received : 2019.02.27
  • Accepted : 2019.04.10
  • Published : 2019.06.30

Abstract

The complete genomic information of Microbacterium aurum KACC $15219^T$ (= IFO $15204^T$ = DSM $8600^T$) is described. The genome of M. aurum KACC $15219^T$ contains 3,096 protein coding genes and an average G+C content of 69.9% in its chromosome (3.42 Mbp). This strain can use various carbon sources for growth, including quinic acid. Quinic acid is used as a substrate for the synthesis of aromatic amino acids via the shikimate pathway which are useful in the industry. M. aurum KACC $15219^T$ will provide basis to improve our understanding of this organism and allow more efficient application of the strain to industry.

Keywords

Microbacterium aurum;aromatic amino acids;quinic acid;shikimate pathway

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : Rural Development Administration