Whole-Genome Sequences of 94 Environmental Isolates of Bacillus cereus Sensu Lato
Author(s)Van der Auwera, G. A.; Kolter, R.; Mahillon, J.; Feldgarden, Michael
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Bacillus cereus sensu lato is a species complex that includes the anthrax pathogen Bacillus anthracis and other bacterial species of medical, industrial, and ecological importance. Their phenotypes of interest are typically linked to large plasmids that are closely related to the anthrax plasmids pXO1 and pXO2. Here, we present the draft genome sequences of 94 isolates of B. cereus sensu lato, which were chosen for their plasmid content and environmental origins.
DepartmentBroad Institute of MIT and Harvard
American Society for Microbiology
Van der Auwera, G. A., M. Feldgarden, R. Kolter, and J. Mahillon. “Whole-Genome Sequences of 94 Environmental Isolates of Bacillus Cereus Sensu Lato.” Genome Announcements 1, no. 5 (October 3, 2013): e00380–13–e00380–13.
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