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ACCV00000000.1 Vibrio sp. 16

# of Contigs: 178
# of Proteins: 4,035
# of Scaffolds/Chrs: 80
Total length: 4,489,565 bp
BioProject: PRJNA19395
BioSample: SAMN02436182
Keywords: WGS
Annotation: Scaffolds
Organism: Vibrio sp. 16show lineagehide lineage
/mol_type = genomic
/strain = 16
WGS: ACCV01000001:ACCV01000178
Scaffolds: DS999325:DS999404
80 scaffolds, 4,035 proteins, total length is 4,535,833 bases
Submitted (15-SEP-2008) J. Craig Venter Institute, 9704 Medical Center Drive, Rockville, MD 20850, USA – show 10 authorshide authors
Edwards,R., Ferriera,S., Johnson,J., Kravitz,S., Beeson,K., Sutton,G., Rogers,Y.-H., Friedman,R., Frazier,M., Venter,J.C.

The Vibrio sp. 16 whole genome shotgun (WGS) project has the project accession ACCV00000000. This version of the project (01) has the accession number ACCV01000000, and consists of sequences ACCV01000001-ACCV01000178.

With funding from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation (, the J. Craig Venter Institute ( is sequencing, assembling, and auto-annotating the genomes of approximately 165 marine microbes. These microbes were contributed by collaborators worldwide, and embody an array of physiological diversity, including carbon fixers, photoautotrophs, photoheterotrophs, nitrifiers, and methanotrophs. This work was designed to complement other ongoing research at JCVI and elsewhere to characterize the microbial biodiversity of marine and terrestrial environments through metagenomics profiling of environmental samples. Please be aware that the annotation is done automatically with little or no manual curation.

GenBank:ACCV01.1.gbff.gz 1.9 Mb
FASTA:ACCV01.1.fsa_nt.gz 1.3 Mb
ASN.1:ACCV01.1.bbs.gz 1.1 Mb