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Genome sequences published outside of Standards in Genomic Sciences January — June 2011

  • Oranmiyan W. Nelson1 and
  • George M. Garrity1
Standards in Genomic Sciences20114:4030402

https://doi.org/10.4056/sigs.2044675

Published: 1 July 2011

Abstract

The purpose of this table is to provide the community with a citable record of publications of ongoing genome sequencing projects that have led to a publication in the scientific literature. While our goal is to make the list complete, there is no guarantee that we may have omitted one or more publications appearing in this time frame. Readers and authors who wish to have publications added to this subsequent versions of this list are invited to provide the bibliometric data for such references to the SIGS editorial office.

Phylum Crenarchaeota

Metallosphaera cuprina” Ar-4, sequence accession CP002656 [1]

Thermoproteus uzoniensis 768-20, sequence accession CP002590 [2]

Vulcanisaeta moutnovskia” 768-28, sequence accession CP002529 [3]

Phylum Euryarchaeota

Methanosaeta concilii, sequence accession CP002565 (chromosome), CP002566 (plasmid) [4]

Pyrococcus sp. NA2, sequence accession CP002670 [5]

Thermococcus barophilus MP, sequence accession CP002372 (chromosome) and CP002373 plasmid) [6]

Phylum Chloroflexi

Oscillochloris trichoides DG-6, sequence accession ADVR00000000 [7]

Phylum Proteobacteria

Achromobacter xylosoxidans A8, sequence accession CP002287 (chromosome), CP002288 (plasmid pA81), and CP002289 (plasmid pA82) [8]

Acinetobacter baumannii 3990, sequence accession AEOY00000000 [9]

Acinetobacter baumannii ST78, sequence accession AEPA00000000 [9]

Acinetobacter baumannii, sequence accession AEPA00000000 [9]

Acinetobacter baumannii MDR-TJ, sequence accession AEOE00000000 [10]

Acinetobacter baumannii TCDC-AB0715, sequence accession CP002522 (chromosome), CP002523 (p1ABTCDC0715) and CP002524 (p2ABTCDC0715) [11]

Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium UK-1 ATCC 68169, sequence accession CP002614 (chromosome), CP002615 (plasmid) [12]

Acinetobacter calcoaceticus PHEA-2, sequence accession CP002177 [13]

Aeromonas caviae Ae398, sequence accession CACP01000001 to CACP01000149 [14]

Aeromonas veronii B565, sequence accession CP002607 [15]

Bordetella pertussis CS, sequence accession CP002695 [16]

Brucella melitensis M111, sequence accession AFFB00000000 [17]

Brucella melitensis M28-12, sequence accession AFFA00000000 [17]

Brucella melitensis M5, sequence accession AFEZ00000000 [17]

Brucella suis S2, sequence accession AFFC00000000 [17]

Brucella melitensis M5-90, sequence accession CP001851 and CP001852 [18]

Brucella melitensis M28, sequence accession CP002459 and CP002460 [18]

Burkholderia gladioli BSR3, sequence accession CP002599 to CP002604 [19]

Burkholderia phytofirmans, sequence accession CP001052 to CP001054 [20]

Burkholderia rhizoxinica HKI 0454, sequence accession FR687359 (chromosome), FR687360 (pBRH01), FR687361 (pBRH02) [21]

Campylobacter jejuni S3, sequence accession CP001960 (chromosome) CP001961 (plasmid) [22]

Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum, sequence accession CP002371 [23]

Citromicrobium sp.” JLT1363, sequence accession AEUE01000000 [24]

Cronobacter turicensis LMG 23827, sequence accession NC_013282 to NC_013285 [25]

Desulfovibrio africanus Walvis Bay, sequence accession AFHE00000000 [26]

Desulfovibrio desulfuricans ND132, sequence accession AEUJ00000000 [27]

Dickeya dadantii 3937, sequence accession CP002038 [28]

Enterobacter mori” LMG 25706, sequence accession AEXB01000000 [29]

Erwinia amylovora, sequence accession [30]

Erwinia sp. Ejp617, sequence accession CP002124 (chromosome), CP002125 (pJE01), CP002126 (pJE02), CP002127 (pJE03), CP002128 (pJE04), and CP002129 (pJE05) [31]

Escherichia coli AA86 KACC15541, sequence accession AFET00000000 [32]

Escherichia coli UM146, sequence accession CP002167 [33]

Gallibacterium anati” UMN179, sequence accession CP002667, CP002668 [34]

Gluconacetobacter sp. SXCC-1, sequence accession AFCH0000000 [35]

Haemophilus para SH0165 serovar 5, sequence accession CP001321 [36]

Herbaspirillum seropedicae SmR1, sequence accession [37]

Ketogulonicigenium vulgare Y25, sequence accession CP002224 (chromosome), CP002225 (plasmid), and CP002226 (plasmid) [38]

Methylocystis sp. sp. Rockwell, sequence accession AEVM00000000 [39]

Methylophaga thiooxydans DSM010, sequence accession ABXT00000000 [40]

Methylovorus sp. MP688, sequence accession CP002258 [41]

Neisseria gonorrhoeae TCDC-NG08107, sequence accession CP002440 and CP002441 [42]

Neisseria meningitidis H44/76, sequence accession AEQZ00000000 [43]

Neisseria meningitidis WUE2594, sequence accession FR774048 [44]

Oceanicaulis sp. HTCC2633, sequence accession AAMQ00000000 [45]

Paracoccus sp. sp. TRP, sequence accession AEPN00000000 [46]

Parvularcula bermudensis HTCC2503T, sequence accession CP002156 [47]

Photobacterium mandapamensis” svers. 1.1, sequence accession BACE01000001 to BACE01000031 [48]

Polymorphum gilvum” SL003B-26A1T LMG 25793T, sequence accession CP002568, CP002569 [49]

Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. glycinea (Psg) B076, sequence accession AEGG01000000 [50]

Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. glycinea (Psg) race 4, sequence accession AEGH01000000 [50]

Pseudomonas sp. S9, sequence accession AFFX00000000 [51]

Pseudomonas stutzeri DSM4166, sequence accession CP002622 [52]

Pusillimonas sp. T7-7, sequence accession [53]

Rhizobium etli CNPAF512, sequence accession AEYZ00000000 [54]

Rhodobacter sphaeroides WS8N, sequence accession AFER00000000 [55]

Roseobacter sp. HTCC2038, sequence accession ABXE00000000 [56]

Rubrivivax benzoatilyticus JA2T, sequence accession AEWG00000000 [57]

Ruegeria TW15, sequence accession AEYW01000000 [58]

Salmonella enterica serovar Choleraesuis SCSA50, sequence accession CM001062–CM001063 [59]

Salmonella enterica serovar Dublin SD3246, sequence accession CM001151–CM001152 [59]

Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium 4/74, sequence accession CP002487–CP002490 [59]

Sphingomonas sp. S17, sequence accession AFGG01000000 [60]

Taylorella equigenitalis MCE9, sequence accession CP002456 [61]

Unnamed strain IMCC1989, sequence accession AEVK00000000 [62]

Unnamed strain IMCC2047, sequence accession AEGL00000000 [63]

Unnamed strain IMCC3088, sequence accession AEIG00000000 [64]

Unnamed strain IMCC9063 SAR11 subgroup 3, sequence accession CP002511 [65]

Variovorax paradoxus S110, sequence accession [66]

Vibrio anguillarum pJM1, sequence accession AEZA00000000, AEZB00000000, AEZC00000000 [67]

Vibrio furnissii NCTC 11218, sequence accession CP002377 (chromosome I) and CP002378 (chromosome II) [68]

Vibrio parahaemolyticus clinical O4:K12 serotype, sequence accession AFBW00000000 [69]

Vibrio rotiferianus strain DAT722, sequence accession [70]

Vibrio vulnificus MO6-24/O, sequence accession CP002469 and CP002470 [71]

Yersinia pestis KIM D27, sequence accession ADDC00000000 [72]

Yersinia enterocolitica 3/O:9, sequence accession CP002246 (chromosome)_CP002247 (pYV plasmid) [73]

Yersinia enterocolitica subsp. palearctica 2 serogroup O:3, sequence accession FR729477 (chromosome) FR745874 (plasmid) [74]

Phylum Firmicutes

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens LL3, sequence accession CP002634, CP002635 [75]

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens TA208, sequence accession CP002627 [76]

Bacillus subtilis BSn5, sequence accession CP002468 [77]

Bacillus subtilis subsp. spizizenii gtP20b, sequence accession AEHM00000000 [78]

Bacillus thuringiensis YBT-020, sequence accession CP002508 (chromosome), CP002509 (plasmid pBMB26), CP002510 (plasmid pBMB28 [79]

Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. chinensis” CT-43, sequence accession CP001907.1, CP001910.1, CP001908.1, CP001915.1, CP001913.1, CP001911.1, CP001909.1, CP001917.1, CP001916.1, CP001914.1, CP001912.1 [80]

Caloramator australicus RC3T, sequence accession DRA000322 [81]

Carnobacterium sp. 17-4, sequence accession CP002563, CP002564 [82]

Cellulosilyticum lentocellum DSM 5427, sequence accession ADVF00000000 [83]

Clostridium acetobutylicum EA 2018, sequence accession NC_003030 [84]

Clostridium botulinum group III, sequence accession CP002410–CP002415 [85]

Clostridium botulinum H04402 065, sequence accession FR773526 [86]

Clostridium thermocellum DSM1313, sequence accession CP002416 [87]

Enterococcus faecalis 62, sequence accession CP002491–CP002495 [88]

Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae ATCC 19414, sequence accession AP012027 [89]

Eubacterium limosum KIST612, sequence accession CP002273 [90]

Exiguobacterium sp. AT1b, sequence accession CP001615 [91]

Halanaerobium hydrogenoforman”, sequence accession CP002304 [92]

Lactobacillus amylovorus GRL1118, sequence accession CP002338 [93]

Lactobacillus animalis KCTC 3501, sequence accession AEOF00000000 [94]

Lactobacillus buchneri NRRL B-30929, sequence accession CP002652, CP002653 (PLBU03), CP002654 (pLBU02), CP002655 (pLBU03) [95]

Lactobacillus casei (EP 164209630B1), sequence accession CP002616 and CP002617 [96]

Lactobacillus casei BD-II, sequence accession CP002618 and CP002619 [97]

Lactobacillus coryniformis subsp. coryniformis KCTC 3167, sequence accession AELK00000000 [98]

Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus, sequence accession CP000156 [99]

Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus ND02, sequence accession CP002341 and CP002342 [100]

Lactobacillus farciminis KCTC 3681, sequence accession AEOT00000000 [101]

Lactobacillus helveticus H10, sequence accession CP002429 (chromosome) and CP002430 (plasmid) [102]

Lactobacillus plantarum ST-III, sequence accession CP002222 [103]

Lactobacillus reuteri ATCC 53608, sequence accession CACS02000000 [104]

Lactococcus garvieae 21881, sequence accession AFCC01000000 [105]

Lactococcus garvieae UNIUD074, sequence accession AFHF01000000 [106]

Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis CV56, sequence accession CP002365 through CP002370 [107]

Leuconostoc fallax KCTC 3537, sequence accession AEIZ00000000 [108]

Leuconostoc gelidum KCTC 3527, sequence accession AEMI00000000 [109]

Leuconostoc inhae KCTC 3774, sequence accession AEMJ00000000 [110]

Listeria monocytogenes J1-220, sequence accession AFBU00000000 [111]

Listeria monocytogenes J1816, sequence accession AFBU00000000 [111]

Listeria monocytogenes HCC23, sequence accession CP001175 [112]

Melissococcus plutonius ATCC 35311, sequence accession AP012200 (chromosome), AP012201 (plasmid) [113]

Ornithinibacillus TW25, sequence accession AEWH00000000 [114]

Paenibacillus polymyxa SC2, sequence accession CP002213 (chromosome) and CP002214 (plasmid) [115]

Staphylococcus aureus O11, sequence accession AEUQ01000000 [116]

Staphylococcus aureus straub O46, sequence accession AEUR01000000 [116]

Staphylococcus aureus T0131, ST239-MRSA-SCCmec type III, sequence accession CP002643 [117]

Staphylococcus pseudintermedius ED99, sequence accession CP002478 [118]

Staphylococcus pseudintermedius HKU10-03, sequence accession CP002439 [119]

Streptococcus parauberis KCTC11537BP, sequence accession CP002471 [120]

Streptococcus suis JS14, sequence accession CP002465 [121]

Streptococcus thermophilus ND03, sequence accession CP002340 [122]

Turicibacter sanguinis PC909, sequence accession ADMN00000000 [123]

Weissella cibaria KACC 11862, sequence accession AEKT01000000 [124]

Phylum Tenericutes

Mycoplasma alligatoris A21JP2T, sequence accession NZ_ADNC01000000 [125]

Mycoplasma crocodyli MP145T, sequence accession CP001991 [125]

Mycoplasma bovis PG45 (ATCC 25523), sequence accession CP002188 [126]

Mycoplasma haemofelis, sequence accession FR773153 [127]

Mycoplasma haemofelis Ohio2, sequence accession AEVA00000000 [128]

Mycoplasma suis Illinois, sequence accession ADWK01000001 [128]

Mycoplasma suis KI3806, sequence accession FQ790233 [129]

Phylum Actinobacteria

Bifidobacterium bifidum S17, sequence accession CP002220 [130]

Bifidobacterium longum subsp. longum BBMN68, sequence accession CP002286 [131]

Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis I19, sequence accession CP002251 [132]

Janibacter sp. HTCC2649, sequence accession AAMN00000000 [133]

Microbacterium testaceum StLB037, sequence accession AP012052 [134]

Mycobacterium bovis BCG, sequence accession later [135]

Nocardioides sp. JS614, sequence accession CP000509, CP000508 [136]

Saccharopolyspora spinosa NRRL 18395, sequence accession AEYC00000000 [137]

Streptomyces griseoaurantiacus, sequence accession AEYX01000000 [138]

Streptomyces griseus XyelbKG-1, sequence accession ADFC00000000 [139]

Streptomyces sp. PP-C42, sequence accession AEWS01000000 [140]

Verrucosispora maris AB-18-032, sequence accession CP002638, CP002639 [141]

Phylum Chlamydiae

Chlamydia pecorum E58, sequence accession CP002608 [142]

Chlamydia psittaci 6BC, sequence accession CP002586 (chromosome), CP002587 (plasmid) [143]

Chlamydia psittaci Cal10, sequence accession AEZD00000000 [143]

Chlamydophila psittaci RD1, sequence accession FQ482149 (chromosome) FQ482150 (plasmid) [144]

Phylum Spirochaetes

Borrelia burgdorferi, sequence accession ABJZ02000001-5 (chromosome) CP001519 (Ip17) CP001518 (IP28-2) CP001523 (Ip28-4) CP001524 (Ip54) CP001522 (for cp26)_CP001517 (cp32-3) CP001520 (cp32-4) ABJZ02000006-7(Ip32-6) CP001521 (cp32-7)_CP001516 (cp32-12) [145]

Treponema paraluiscuniculi Cuniculi A, sequence accession CP002103 [146]

Phylum Fibrobacteres

Fibrobacter succinogenes S85 S85, sequence accession CP001792 [147]

Phylum Bacteroidetes

Algoriphagus sp. PR1, sequence accession AAXU01000000 [148]

Bacteroides vulgatus PC510, sequence accession ADKO01000000 [149]

Kordia algicida OT-1, sequence accession ABIB00000000 [150]

Maribacter sp. HTCC2170, sequence accession CP002157 [151]

Riemerella anatipestifer RA-GD, sequence accession CP002562 [152]

Riemerella anatipestifer RA-YM, sequence accession AENH00000000 [153]

Phylum Verrucomicrobia

Akkermansia muciniphila ATCC BAA-835, sequence accession NC_010655 [154]

Opitutus terrae PB90-1, sequence accession CP001032 [155]

Chthoniobacter flavus” Ellin428, sequence accession ABVL00000000 [156]

Pedosphaera parvula” Ellin514, sequence accession ABOX00000000 [157]

Phylum Lentisphaerae

Victivallis vadensis ATCC BAA-548, sequence accession ABDE02000001-ABDE02000027 [158]

Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Editorial Office, Standards in Genomic Sciences and Department of Microbiology, Michigan State University

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