A Novel Human-Infection-Derived Bacterium Provides Insights into the Evolutionary Origins of Mutualistic Insect–Bacterial Symbioses

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Oakeson, Kelly; Clayton, Adam L.; Gutin, Maria; Pontes, Arthur; Dunn, Diane M.; Niederhausern, Andrew C. von; Weiss, Robert B.; Fisher, Mark; Dale, Colin (2012): A Novel Human-Infection-Derived Bacterium Provides Insights into the Evolutionary Origins of Mutualistic Insect–Bacterial Symbioses. figshare.

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Completed SOPE genome sequence and draft Strain HS genome sequence described in: 

Clayton AL, Oakeson KF, Gutin M, Pontes A, Dunn DM, von Niederhausern AC, Weiss RB, Fisher M, and Dale C.(2012) A Novel Human-Infection-Derived Bacterium Provides Insights into the Evolutionary Origins of Mutualistic Insect–Bacterial Symbioses. PLoS Genet 8(11): e1002990. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1002990

Please note that a paper is in preparation describing the complete annotation and analysis of the SOPE genome. This work has been carried out in collaboration with Abdelaziz Heddi (University of Lyon), Rosario Gil, Amparo Latorre and Andres Moya (University of Valencia). Because of the complex nature of the SOPE annotation, much effort has been put forth in generating an accurate annotation for this organism. Therefore, we respectfully request that other labs refrain from uploading a premature annotation of the SOPE genome to the GenBank database.

 

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  • Kelly Oakeson
  • Adam L. Clayton
  • Maria Gutin
  • Arthur Pontes
  • Diane M. Dunn
  • Andrew C. von Niederhausern
  • Robert B. Weiss
  • Mark Fisher
  • Colin Dale

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