AMEM00000000.1 Corynebacterium durum F0235
The Corynebacterium durum F0235 whole genome shotgun (WGS) project has the project accession AMEM00000000. This version of the project (01) has the accession number AMEM01000000, and consists of sequences AMEM01000001-AMEM01000044.
Corynebacterium durum F0235 is a member of the Actinobacteria division of the domain Bacteria and has been isolated from the oral cavity. This is a reference genome for the Human Microbiome Project. This project is co-owned with the Human Microbiome Project DACC. Bacteria provided by Floyd E. Dewhirst, DDS, PhD and Jacques Izard, PhD (The Forsyth Institute, Department of Molecular Genetics, 245 First St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02142). Funded by NIDCR DE016937, 'A Foundation for the Oral Microbiome and Metagenome'. The original isolate was from the collection of Dr. L. V. Holdeman Moore and the late Dr. W.E. Moore formerly at the Anaerobe Laboratory at The Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Source DNA provided by Jessica M. Blanton, Oxana V. Baranova, Jennifer MJ Mathney, Floyd E. Dewhirst and Jacques Izard (The Forsyth Institute, Department of Molecular Genetics, 245 First St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02142). Funded by NIDCR DE016937, 'A Foundation for the Oral Microbiome and Metagenome'. Coding sequences were predicted using GeneMark v3.3 and Glimmer3 v3.02. Intergenic regions not spanned by GeneMark and Glimmer3 were blasted against NCBI's non-redundant (NR) database and predictions generated based on protein alignments. tRNA genes were determined using tRNAscan-SE 1.23 and non-coding RNA genes by RNAmmer-1.2 and Rfam v8.1. The final gene set is processed through several programs such as Kegg (Release 56), psortB (Version 3.0.3) and Interproscan (Version 4.7) to determine possible function. Gene product names are determined by BER (Version 2.5). Gene names are generated at the contig level and may not necessarily reflect any known order or orientation between contigs. The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), National Institutes of Health (NIH) is funding the sequence characterization of the Corynebacterium durum F0235 genome.