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Pseudovibrio is a marine bacterial genus, members of which are predominantly isolated from sessile marine animals, and particularly sponges. It has been hypothesized that they form a mutualistic relationship with their hosts. Here, we studied their phylogeny highlighting genetic adaptations that may play a role in host colonization, by comparative genomics of 31 Pseudovibrio strains of which 25 were isolated from sponges.
|Date made available||28 Jun 2017|
Comparative Genomics Highlights Symbiotic Capacities and High Metabolic Flexibility of the Marine Genus PseudovibrioVersluis, D., Nijsse, B., Naim, M. A., Koehorst, J. J., Wiese, J., Imhoff, J. F., Schaap, P. J., van Passel, M. W. J., Smidt, H. & Sipkema, D., 8 Jan 2018, In : Genome Biology and Evolution. 10, 1, p. 125-142
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic › peer-review
Versluis, D. (Creator), Nijsse, B. (Creator), Mohamad, M. A. N. (Creator), Koehorst, J. J. (Creator), Wiese, J. (Creator), Imhoff, J. F. (Creator), Schaap, P. J. (Creator), van Passel, M. W. J. (Creator), Smidt, H. (Creator), Sipkema, D. (Creator) (28 Jun 2017). Comparative genomics, symbiotic capacities and high metabolic flexibility of the marine genus Pseudovibrio. Wageningen University.