Our first student genome paper is out: Miyazaki et al Environ Microbiol

The first paper describing a genome sequenced, assembled and annotating by students in our course, which was accepted in April (that blogpost includes the full list of authors with student names in bold), is now online:

Comparative genome analysis of Pseudomonas knackmussii B13, the first bacterium known to degrade chloroaromatic compounds

Article first published online: 28 MAY 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.12498
Environmental Microbiology

Here are snapshots of the main figures, clicking on them will take you to Wiley Environ Microbiol:

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Whole genome map of P. knackmussii B13 compared with related Pseudomonas species

Phylogenetic analysis of P. knackmussii B13 with other species of the Pseudomonas genus

Phylogenetic analysis of P. knackmussii B13 with other species of the Pseudomonas genus

Detailed comparisons of ICEclc with putative ICE regions in five other bacterial genomes

Detailed comparisons of ICEclc with putative ICE regions in five other bacterial genomes

The five gene regions in the B13 genome encoding flagella components

The five gene regions in the B13 genome encoding flagella components

 

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