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Complete genome sequence of Bacillus halotolerans F41-3 isolated from wild flower in Korea

야생화로부터 분리한 Bacillus halotolerans F41-3 균주의 전체 게놈서열

  • Heo, Jun (Agricultural Microbiology Division, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Kim, Soo-Jin (Agricultural Microbiology Division, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Kim, Jeong-Seon (Agricultural Microbiology Division, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Hong, Seung-Beom (Agricultural Microbiology Division, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences) ;
  • Kwon, Soon-Wo (Agricultural Microbiology Division, National Institute of Agricultural Sciences)
  • 허준 (국립농업과학원 농업미생물과) ;
  • 김수진 (국립농업과학원 농업미생물과) ;
  • 김정선 (국립농업과학원 농업미생물과) ;
  • 홍승범 (국립농업과학원 농업미생물과) ;
  • 권순우 (국립농업과학원 농업미생물과)
  • Received : 2019.09.09
  • Accepted : 2019.09.16
  • Published : 2019.09.30

Abstract

A number of Bacillus strains are known to have antimicrobial activity useful in various fields. In order to prevent Propionibacterium acnes, which is one of the factors of acne, we selected Bacillus halotolerans F41-3 which have high antimicrobial activities against P. acnes. We conducted complete genome sequencing of B. halotolerans F41-3 and analyzed genomic characteristics. This genome size is 4,144,458 bp with a G + C content of 43.76%, 4,145 total genes and 3,686 protein coding genes. Among the genes, we found that gene clulster of subtilosin, a kind of bacteriocin, synthesis and gene cluster of nickel transportation. Both of them may influence inhibition of P. acnes.

Keywords

Bacillus halotolerans;genome sequence;inhibition of Propionibacterium acnes;subtilosin

Acknowledgement

Supported by : National Institute of Agricultural Sciences

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