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Microvirga sp. BSC39 was isolated from a biological soil crust near Moab, Utah. The strain appears to be capable of chemotaxis and exopolysaccharide synthesis for biofilm adhesion. The BSC39 genome

Microvirga sp. BSC39 was isolated from a biological soil crust near Moab, Utah. The strain appears to be capable of chemotaxis and exopolysaccharide synthesis for biofilm adhesion. The BSC39 genome contains iron siderophore uptake and hydrolysis enzymes; however, it lacks siderophore synthesis pathways, suggesting the uptake of siderophores produced by neighboring microbes.

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    • 2014-11-13
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1128/genomeA.01197-14
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      2169-8287
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    Bailey, A. C., Kellom, M., Poret-Peterson, A. T., Noonan, K., Hartnett, H. E., & Raymond, J. (2014). Draft Genome Sequence of Microvirga sp. Strain BSC39, Isolated from Biological Soil Crust of Moab, Utah. Genome Announcements, 2(6). doi:10.1128/genomea.01197-14

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