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Complete genome sequence of the cyprodinil-degrading bacterium Acinetobacter johnsonii LXL_C1
- Wang, Weijun, Chen, Xiaoxin, Yan, Hai, Hu, Jiye, Liu, Xiaolu
- Microbial pathogenesis 2019 v.127 pp. 246-249
- Acinetobacter johnsonii, agricultural soils, bacteria, chromosomes, cyprodinil, cytochrome P-450, databases, genes, genetic engineering, hydrolases, nucleotide sequences, plasmids
- Acinetobacter johnsonii LXL_C1, a cyprodinil degrader, was isolated and purified from cyprodinil-contaminated agricultural soil. Here, we report the complete genome sequence of LXL_C1. The genome comprises one 3,398,706 bp circular chromosome with 41.2% G + C content and one 44,866 bp plasmid. Annotation based on COG and KEGG database analyses revealed genes encoding a cytochrome P450 monooxygenase and hydrolase, which can effectively degrade cyprodinil. The complete genome sequence of LXL_C1 can facilitate genetic engineering of a recombinant cyprodinil degrader.