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Complete Genome Sequence of the Metabolically Versatile Plant Growth-Promoting Endophyte Variovorax paradoxus S110

Han, Jong-In and Choi, Hong-Kyu and Lee, Seung-Won and Orwin, Paul M. and Kim, Jina and LaRoe, Sarah L. and Kim, Tae-gyu and O'Neil, Jennifer and Leadbetter, Jared R. and Lee, Sang Yup and Hur, Cheol-Goo and Spain, Jim C. and Ovchinnikova, Galina and Goodwin, Lynne and Han, Cliff (2011) Complete Genome Sequence of the Metabolically Versatile Plant Growth-Promoting Endophyte Variovorax paradoxus S110. Journal of Bacteriology, 193 (5). pp. 1183-1190. ISSN 0021-9193. PMCID PMC3067606. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20110318-152400953

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Abstract

Variovorax paradoxus is a microorganism of special interest due to its diverse metabolic capabilities, including the biodegradation of both biogenic compounds and anthropogenic contaminants. V. paradoxus also engages in mutually beneficial interactions with both bacteria and plants. The complete genome sequence of V. paradoxus S110 is composed of 6,754,997 bp with 6,279 predicted protein-coding sequences within two circular chromosomes. Genomic analysis has revealed multiple metabolic features for autotrophic and heterotrophic lifestyles. These metabolic diversities enable independent survival, as well as a symbiotic lifestyle. Consequently, S110 appears to have evolved into a superbly adaptable microorganism that is able to survive in ever-changing environmental conditions. Based on our findings, we suggest V. paradoxus S110 as a potential candidate for agrobiotechnological applications, such as biofertilizer and biopesticide. Because it has many associations with other biota, it is also suited to serve as an additional model system for studies of microbe-plant and microbe-microbe interactions.


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Leadbetter, Jared R.0000-0002-7033-0844
Additional Information:© 2011 American Society for Microbiology. Received 7 August 2010. Accepted 11 November 2010. Published ahead of print on 23 December 2010. We thank all of the people involved in this project. We especially thank an anonymous reviewer for helpful comments. Sequencing conducted by the U.S. Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute is supported by the Office of Science of the U.S. Department of Energy under contract no. DE-AC02-05CH11231. J.-I.H. was supported, in part, by a startup fund provided by KAIST. J.C.S. was supported by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency and the U.S. Army Research Office grant W911NF-07-0077. J.-I.H. and H.-K.C. wrote the manuscript; S.-W.L. did the main part of bioinformatics work; J.K. and P.M.O. performed data analysis and participated in writing the manuscript; S.L.L. and J.O. were involved in strain isolation and characterization; J.R.L., C.-G.H., S.Y.L., T.K., and J.C.S. contributed to the genome analysis; G.O., L.G., and C.H. conducted sequencing and draft annotation.
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