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Draft genome sequence of Streptomyces phaeoluteigriseus DSM41896

Schniete, Jana K. and Salih, Talal S. and Algora-Gallardo, Lis and Santos, Tiago and Filgueira-Martinez, Sara and Herron, Paul R. (2017) Draft genome sequence of Streptomyces phaeoluteigriseus DSM41896. Genome Announcements, 5 (21). ISSN 2169-8287

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Abstract

The draft genome for the type strain Streptomyces phaeoluteigriseus DSM41896 (ISP 5182) is reported. It was classified as a member of the Streptomyces violaceusniger clade; however, a polyphasic study showed it was a separate species based on its distinct spore morphology and 16S rRNA sequence. The genome sequence confirms it as a separate species.