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    ATCC s albus j1074
    16S rRNA and housekeeping gene alignment comparisons using the NCBI BLAST tool, between the pairs SM17 and <t> S. albus J1074 </t> (second column: <t> SM17-J1074); </t> and SM18 and S. pratensis ATCC 33331 (third column: SM18-ATCC 33331).
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    16S rRNA and housekeeping gene alignment comparisons using the NCBI BLAST tool, between the pairs SM17 and <t> S. albus J1074 </t> (second column: <t> SM17-J1074); </t> and SM18 and S. pratensis ATCC 33331 (third column: SM18-ATCC 33331).
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    16S rRNA and housekeeping gene alignment comparisons using the NCBI BLAST tool, between the pairs SM17 and  S. albus J1074  (second column:  SM17-J1074);  and SM18 and S. pratensis ATCC 33331 (third column: SM18-ATCC 33331).

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    Article Title: Comparative Genomics of Marine Sponge-Derived Streptomyces spp. Isolates SM17 and SM18 With Their Closest Terrestrial Relatives Provides Novel Insights Into Environmental Niche Adaptations and Secondary Metabolite Biosynthesis Potential

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.01713

    Figure Lengend Snippet: 16S rRNA and housekeeping gene alignment comparisons using the NCBI BLAST tool, between the pairs SM17 and S. albus J1074 (second column: SM17-J1074); and SM18 and S. pratensis ATCC 33331 (third column: SM18-ATCC 33331).

    Article Snippet: For SM17, ∼27% (132 out of 485) of the unique genes are potentially smBGCs-associated genes, while for SM18 this percentage is ∼33% (623 out of 1860); ∼58% (150 out of 258) for S. albus J1074; and ∼26% (485 out of 1874) for S. pratensis ATCC 33331.

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    Differential growth assessment of marine and terrestrial Streptomyces strains. From left to right, (A) S. albus J1074 and SM17 on ISP2 agar medium; (B) S. albus J1074 and SM17 on ISP2 + ASW agar medium; (C) S. pratensis ATCC 33331 and SM18 on ISP2 agar medium; (D) S. pratensis ATCC 33331 and SM18 on ISP2 + ASW agar medium, following 3 days growth.

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    Article Title: Comparative Genomics of Marine Sponge-Derived Streptomyces spp. Isolates SM17 and SM18 With Their Closest Terrestrial Relatives Provides Novel Insights Into Environmental Niche Adaptations and Secondary Metabolite Biosynthesis Potential

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.01713

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Differential growth assessment of marine and terrestrial Streptomyces strains. From left to right, (A) S. albus J1074 and SM17 on ISP2 agar medium; (B) S. albus J1074 and SM17 on ISP2 + ASW agar medium; (C) S. pratensis ATCC 33331 and SM18 on ISP2 agar medium; (D) S. pratensis ATCC 33331 and SM18 on ISP2 + ASW agar medium, following 3 days growth.

    Article Snippet: For SM17, ∼27% (132 out of 485) of the unique genes are potentially smBGCs-associated genes, while for SM18 this percentage is ∼33% (623 out of 1860); ∼58% (150 out of 258) for S. albus J1074; and ∼26% (485 out of 1874) for S. pratensis ATCC 33331.

    Techniques:

    Venn diagram representing the presence/absence of orthologous genes in the SM17, SM18, S. albus J1074, and the S. pratensis ATCC 33331 genomes. Orthologous genes that are present commonly in the marine sponge-derived isolates SM17 and SM18, while absent in their terrestrial counterparts J1074 and ATCC 33331, are circled in red.

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    Article Title: Comparative Genomics of Marine Sponge-Derived Streptomyces spp. Isolates SM17 and SM18 With Their Closest Terrestrial Relatives Provides Novel Insights Into Environmental Niche Adaptations and Secondary Metabolite Biosynthesis Potential

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.01713

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Venn diagram representing the presence/absence of orthologous genes in the SM17, SM18, S. albus J1074, and the S. pratensis ATCC 33331 genomes. Orthologous genes that are present commonly in the marine sponge-derived isolates SM17 and SM18, while absent in their terrestrial counterparts J1074 and ATCC 33331, are circled in red.

    Article Snippet: For SM17, ∼27% (132 out of 485) of the unique genes are potentially smBGCs-associated genes, while for SM18 this percentage is ∼33% (623 out of 1860); ∼58% (150 out of 258) for S. albus J1074; and ∼26% (485 out of 1874) for S. pratensis ATCC 33331.

    Techniques: Derivative Assay

    Groups of orthologous genes and their respective annotations (excluding hypothetical proteins), which are present commonly in the sponge-derived isolates SM17 and SM18, while absent in their terrestrial counterparts  J1074  and ATCC 33331.

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    Article Title: Comparative Genomics of Marine Sponge-Derived Streptomyces spp. Isolates SM17 and SM18 With Their Closest Terrestrial Relatives Provides Novel Insights Into Environmental Niche Adaptations and Secondary Metabolite Biosynthesis Potential

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.01713

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Groups of orthologous genes and their respective annotations (excluding hypothetical proteins), which are present commonly in the sponge-derived isolates SM17 and SM18, while absent in their terrestrial counterparts J1074 and ATCC 33331.

    Article Snippet: For SM17, ∼27% (132 out of 485) of the unique genes are potentially smBGCs-associated genes, while for SM18 this percentage is ∼33% (623 out of 1860); ∼58% (150 out of 258) for S. albus J1074; and ∼26% (485 out of 1874) for S. pratensis ATCC 33331.

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    Graphical representation of the gene synteny of the partial nuo -operon present in the genomes of the marine isolates Streptomyces sp. SM17, Streptomyces sp. SM18, Salinispora arenicola CNS-205, Salinispora tropica CNB-440, and Kocuria flava S43, while absent in the terrestrial isolates Streptomyces albus J1074 and Streptomyces pratensis ATCC 33331. Each of the three lines represent a reading frame and the arrows represent a gene, with their respective gene names. Genes with the same color are homologs, while the ones in white are hypothetical proteins with no homologs in the UniProt or PDB databases.

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    Article Title: Comparative Genomics of Marine Sponge-Derived Streptomyces spp. Isolates SM17 and SM18 With Their Closest Terrestrial Relatives Provides Novel Insights Into Environmental Niche Adaptations and Secondary Metabolite Biosynthesis Potential

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.01713

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Graphical representation of the gene synteny of the partial nuo -operon present in the genomes of the marine isolates Streptomyces sp. SM17, Streptomyces sp. SM18, Salinispora arenicola CNS-205, Salinispora tropica CNB-440, and Kocuria flava S43, while absent in the terrestrial isolates Streptomyces albus J1074 and Streptomyces pratensis ATCC 33331. Each of the three lines represent a reading frame and the arrows represent a gene, with their respective gene names. Genes with the same color are homologs, while the ones in white are hypothetical proteins with no homologs in the UniProt or PDB databases.

    Article Snippet: For SM17, ∼27% (132 out of 485) of the unique genes are potentially smBGCs-associated genes, while for SM18 this percentage is ∼33% (623 out of 1860); ∼58% (150 out of 258) for S. albus J1074; and ∼26% (485 out of 1874) for S. pratensis ATCC 33331.

    Techniques: