Draft genome Sequence of Phosphate-Accumulating Bacterium Acinetobacter tandoii SC36 from a Mangrove Wetland Ecosystem Provides Insights into Elements of Phosphorus Removal
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Acinetobacter tandoii SC36 was isolated from a mangrove wetland ecosystem in the Dongzhaigang Nature Reserve in Haikou, China. This bacterium was found to have a capacity for polyphosphate accumulation. To provide insight into its phosphorus metabolism and facilitate its application in phosphorus removal, we developed a draft genome of this strain. KEGG (Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes) annotation revealed three ppk genes and several phosphate metabolic related pathways in the genome of SC36. These genome data of Acinetobacter tandoii SC36 will facilitate elucidation of the mechanism of polyphosphate accumulation.
This study was financially supported by grants from the Natural Science Foundation of China (41366001) and the Education Bureau of Hainan Province (Hnky2017ZD-13). We thank Hainan Dongzhaigang Nature Reserve Authority for assistance with soil and water sample collection.
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The authors have declared that there was no conflict of interest.
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