Genome Sequence of Acinetobacter sp.

Strain HA, Isolated from the Gut of the
Polyphagous Insect Pest Helicoverpa
armigera
Jaya Malhotra, Ankita Dua, Anjali Saxena, Naseer Sangwan,
Udita Mukherjee, Neeti Pandey, Raman Rajagopal, Paramjit
Khurana, Jitendra P. Khurana and Rup Lal
J. Bacteriol. 2012, 194(18):5156. DOI: 10.1128/JB.01194-12.

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gov/genomes/static/Pipeline.b and Rup Lala Department of Zoology.0030768. However. 9 genes coding for cobalt-zinc-cadmium resistance and 14 coding for multidrug resistance efflux pumps were found. Sci.a Udita Mukherjee. and a GⴙC content of 41%. and toxic compounds were found. RAST results also indicated Acinetobacter lwoffii SH145 (score. 3 polyglutamic acid (PGA) synthesis-related protein-coding genes responsible for biofilm formation were present. Acinetobacter baumannii AB0057 (score. 518) as the closest neighbors of strain HA. Boisvert S. 7. University Grants Commission. Lowe TM. PLoS One 7:e30768. ruplal@gmail. et al. Laviolette F. Biol. Kawashima S. strain HA was isolated from the midgut of a fifth-instar larva of Helicoverpa armigera collected from an agricultural field in Maharashtra. Indiab In this study. In addition. All Rights Reserved.a Raman Rajagopal. Manag. Lagesen K. Delhi.3 set at a k-mer length of 25 (3). Raj A. India. A total of 2. Also. 2012. 518).085 bp) of this strain that consists of 102 contigs. and N. Priya NG. REFERENCES 1. et al. Government of India. Achaleke J.125. Goto S. The draft genome of Acinetobacter sp.0. Kajla MK. Nucleic Acids Res.org Journal of Bacteriology provide a comprehensive understanding toward predicting its role in metabolizing insecticides and hence conferring resistance to Helicoverpa armigera. for providing research fellowships. Acinetobacter sp.1128/JB. were found. Here. India (7). Among these. we report the draft genome sequence of strain HA using the Roche 454 GS (FLX Titanium) system (3-kb pairedend library. Copyright © 2012. The KEGG resource for deciphering the genome. The final assembly was validated using paired-end constraints (N50 contigs. 5156 Received 3 July 2012 Accepted 6 July 2012 Address correspondence to Rup Lal. Comput. Nucleotide sequence accession number. A. 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