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Draft Genome Sequence of the Lignin-Degrading Burkholderia sp. Strain LIG30, Isolated from Wet Tropical Forest Soil
Genome Announcements
  • Hannah L. Woo, University of Tennessee
  • Sagar Utturkar, University of Tennessee
  • Dawn Klingeman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Blake A. Simmons, Joint BioEnergy Institute
  • Kristen DeAngelis, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Steven D. Brown, University of Tennessee
  • Terry C. Hazen, University of Tennessee
Publication Date
2014
Abstract
Burkholderia species are common soil Betaproteobacteria capable of degrading recalcitrant aromatic compounds and xenobiotics. Burkholderia sp. strain LIG30 was isolated from wet tropical forest soil and is capable of utilizing lignin as a sole carbon source. Here we report the draft genome sequence of Burkholderia sp. strain LIG30.
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DOI
10.1128/genomeA.00637-14
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Creative Commons Attribution 3.0
Citation Information
Hannah L. Woo, Sagar Utturkar, Dawn Klingeman, Blake A. Simmons, et al.. "Draft Genome Sequence of the Lignin-Degrading Burkholderia sp. Strain LIG30, Isolated from Wet Tropical Forest Soil" Genome Announcements Vol. 2 Iss. 3 (2014)
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