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Genome sequences published outside of Standards in Genomic Sciences, March–April 2012

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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 subsequent versions of this list are invited to provide the bibliographic data for such references to the SIGS editorial office.

Phylum Euryarchaeota

Halococcus hamelinensis, sequence accession PRJNA80845 [1]

Methanocella conradii” HZ254, sequence accession CP003243 [2]

Thermococcus litoralis NS-C, sequence accession AHVB00000000 [3]

Phylum Crenarchaeota

Candidatus Nitrosopumilus salaria” BD31, sequence accession AEXL00000000 [4]

Candidatus Nitrosoarchaeum limnia, sequence accession AHJG00000000 [5]

Phylum Deinococcus-Thermus

Deinococcus gobiensis, sequence accession CP002536 [6]

Phylum Proteobacteria

Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans strain ANH9381, sequence accession CP003099 [7]

Alishewanella jeotgali, sequence accession AHTH00000000 [8]

Enterobacter aerogenes KCTC 2190, sequence accession CP002824 [9]

Escherichia coli O104:H4, sequence accession AFOB02000092 [10]

Helicobacter pylori strains 17874, sequence accession PRJNA76569 [11]

Helicobacter pylori strains P79, sequence accession PRJNA76567 [11]

Janthinobacterium sp. Strain PAMC 25724, sequence accession AHHB00000000 [12]

Klebsiella oxytoca KCTC 1686, sequence accession CP003218 [13]

Klebsiella pneumoniae subsp. pneumoniae HS11286, sequence accession CP003200 (chromosome), CP003223 (plasmid pKPHS1), CP003224 (plasmid pKPHS2), CP003225 (plasmid pKPHS3), CP003226 (plasmid pKPHS4), CP003227 (plasmid pKPHS5), CP003228 (plasmid pKPHS6) [14]

Oceanimonas sp. GK1, sequence accession CP003171 [15]

Pseudogulbenkiania ferrooxidans” Strain 2002, sequence accession NZ_ACIS01000000 [16]

Pseudomonas extremaustralis 14-3b, sequence accession AHIP00000000 [17]

Pseudomonas sp. Strain PAMC 25886, sequence accession AHHC00000000 [18]

Psychrobacter, sequence accession AHVZ00000000 [19]

Rahnella sp. Strain Y9602, sequence accession CP002505 [20]

Rhizobium sp. Strain PDO1-076, sequence accession AHZC00000000 [21]

Rhodospirillum photometricum DSM122, sequence accession HE663493 [22]

Rickettsia sibirica sibirica”, sequence accession AHIZ00000000 [23]

Rickettsia sibirica subsp. mongolitimonae strain HA-91, sequence accession AHZB00000000 [24]

Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica Serotype Enteritidis Strain LA5, sequence accession [25]

Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica Serotype Senftenberg Strain SS209, sequence accession CAGQ00000000 [26]

Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica Serovar Typhi P-stx-12, sequence accession CP003278 (chromosome) and CP003279 (plasmid) [27]

Sphingomonas echinoides ATCC 14820, sequence accession AHIR00000000 [28]

Strain HIMB55, sequence accession AGIF00000000 [29]

Vibrio harveyi CAIM 1792, sequence accession AHHQ00000000 [30]

Wolbachia Strain wAlbB, sequence accession CAGB01000001 to CAGB01000165 [31]

Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. punicae Strain LMG 859, sequence accession CAGJ01000001 to CAGJ01000217 [32]

Phylum Tenericutes

Mycoplasma hyorhinis Strain GDL-1, sequence accession CP003231 [33]

Phylum Firmicutes

Bacillus subtilis, sequence accession BGSCID 3A27 through BGSCID 28A4 [34]

Clostridium difficile Strain CD37, sequence accession AHJJ00000000 [35]

Clostridium perfringens, sequence accession AFES00000000 [36]

Lactobacillus fructivorans KCTC 3543, sequence accession AEQY00000000 [37]

Lactococcus lactis IO-1, sequence accession AP012281 [38]

Lactobacillus plantarum strain NC8, sequence accession AGRI00000000 [39]

Paenibacillus dendritiformis C454, sequence accession AHKH00000000 [40]

Paenibacillus sp. Strain Aloe-11, sequence accession AGFI00000000 [41]

Peptoniphilus rhinitidis” 1–13T, sequence accession BAEW01000001 to BAEW01000056 [42]

Streptococcus macedonicus ACA-DC 198, sequence accession HE613569 and HE613570 [43]

Staphylococcus aureus VC40, sequence accession CP003033 [44]

Streptococcus infantarius subsp. infantarius Strain CJ18, sequence accession CP003295 (chromosome), CP003296 (plasmid) [45]

Streptococcus macedonicus ACA-DC 198, sequence accession HE613569 (chromosome), HE613570 (plasmid pSMA198) [46]

Phylum Actinobacteria

Actinoplanes sp. SE50/110, sequence accession CP003170 [47]

Amycolatopsis sp. Strain ATCC 39116, sequence accession [48]

Nocardia cyriacigeorgica GUH-2, sequence accession FO082843 [49]

Salinibacterium sp., sequence accession AHWA00000000 [50]

Streptomyces acidiscabies 84–104, sequence accession AHBF00000000 [51]

Non-Bacterial genomes

Bluetongue Virus Serotype 2, sequence accession AJ783905 (Seg-6) and JQ681257 (Seg-1), JQ681257 (Seg-1), JQ681258 (Seg-2), JQ681259 (Seg-3), JQ681260 (Seg-4), JQ681261 (Seg-5), JQ681262 (Seg-7), JQ6812563 (Seg-8), JQ6812564 (Seg-9), to JQ681265 (Seg-10) [52]

Virus Serotype 1, sequence accession AJ585111 (Seg-2), AJ586659 (Seg-6), JQ282770 (Seg-1), JQ282771 (Seg-3), JQ282772 (Seg-4), JQ282773 (Seg-5), JQ282774 (Seg-7), JQ282775 (Seg-8), JQ282776 (Seg-9), and JQ282777 (Seg-10) [52]

Chloroplast genome of Erycina pusilla, sequence accession JF_746994 [53]

Danio rerio, sequence accession JQ434101 [54]

Enterococcal Bacteriophage SAP6, sequence accession JF731128 [55]

Eubenangee virus, sequence accession JQ070376 through JQ070385 [56]

Fujian/411-like viruses, sequence accession CY087969 to CY088568 [57]

Hantavirus Variant of Rio Mamoré Virus, Maripa Virus, sequence accession JQ611712 (segment S), JQ611713 (segment M), and JQ611714 (segment L) [58]

Pata virus, sequence accession JQ070386 through JQ070395 [59]

Porcine Circovirus 2, sequence accession JQ413808 [60]

Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome Virus, sequence accession JQ326271 [61]

Streptococcus mutans Phage M102AD, sequence accession DQ386162 [62]

Tilligery virus, sequence accession JQ070366 through JQ070375 [63]

Authors’ Affiliations

Editorial Office, Standards in Genomic Sciences and Department of Microbiology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA


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