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ACEP00000000.1 [Eubacterium] hallii DSM 3353
# of Contigs: 175 # of Proteins: 3,233 Total length: 3,290,996 bp BioProject: PRJNA18177 BioSample: SAMN02415618 Keywords: WGS Annotation: Contigs Organism: [Eubacterium] hallii DSM 3353 – show lineagehide lineage Biosource:/mol_type = genomic/strain = DSM 3353 WGS: ACEP01000001:ACEP01000175 Reference:Draft genome sequence of Eubacterium hallii (DSM 3353) : Unpublished – show 7 authorshide authorsSudarsanam,P., Ley,R., Guruge,J., Turnbaugh,P.J., Mahowald,M., Liep,D., Gordon,J. Submission:Submitted (22-JAN-2009) Genome Sequencing Center, Washington University School of Medicine, 4444 Forest Park, St. Louis, MO 63108, USA – show 11 authorshide authorsFulton,L., Clifton,S., Fulton,B., Xu,J., Minx,P., Pepin,K.H., Johnson,M., Bhonagiri,V., Nash,W.E., Mardis,E.R., Wilson,R.K.
The [Eubacterium] hallii DSM 3353 whole genome shotgun (WGS) project has the project accession ACEP00000000. This version of the project (01) has the accession number ACEP01000000, and consists of sequences ACEP01000001-ACEP01000175.
Eubacterium hallii (GenBank Accession Number for 16S rDNA gene: L34621) is a member of the division Firmicutes. In one comprehensive 16S rDNA sequence-based enumeration of the colonic microbiota of three healthy adult humans, it represents, on average, 0.076% of all 16S rDNA sequences and 0.15% of the sequences in its division (Eckburg et. al. (2005)). The sequenced strain was obtained from Deutsche Sammlung von Mikroorganismen und Zellkulturen GmbH (DSMZ) (DSM 3353). This is a Newbler assembly (http://www.454.com/enabling-technology/the-software.asp) comprised of 1.5 plates of GS20 titration 454 fragment data and 1/4 plate of FLX titration 454 fragment data and 1.75 plates of FLX 454 fragment data with a Q20 coverage of 25.2X. This sequenced strain is part of a comprehensive, sequence-based survey of members of the normal human gut microbiota. A joint effort of the WU-GSC and the Center for Genome Sciences at Washington University School of Medicine, the purpose of this survey is to provide the general scientific community with a broad view of the gene content of 100 representatives of the major divisions represented in the intestine's microbial community. This information should provide a frame of reference for analyzing metagenomic studies of the human gut microbiome. Further details of this effort are described in a white paper entitled 'Extending Our View of Self: the Human Gut Microbiome Initiative (HGMI)' (http://www.genome.gov/Pages/Research/Sequencing/SeqProposals/HGMISeq.pdf). These studies are supported by National Human Genome Research Institute. Coding sequences were predicted using GeneMark v3.3 and Glimmer2 v2.13. Intergenic regions not spanned by GeneMark and Glimmer2 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 v8.0. Gene names are generated at the contig level and may not necessarily reflect any known order or orientation between contigs. For answers to your questions regarding this assembly or project, or any other GSC genome project, please visit our Genome Groups web page (http://genome.wustl.edu/genome_group_index.cgi) and email the designated contact person. This is a reference genome for the Human Microbiome Project. This project is co-owned with the Human Microbiome Project DACC. Product names were updated in August 2012.