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|Abstract:||Aerated soils form the second largest sink for atmospheric CH4. A near-complete genome of uncultured upland soil cluster Gammaproteobacteria that oxidize CH4 at <2.5 ppmv was obtained from incubated Antarctic mineral cryosols. This first genome of high-affinity methanotrophs can help resolve the mysteries about their phylogenetic affiliation and metabolic potential.|
|Citation:||Edwards, Collin R., Tullis C. Onstott, Jennifer M. Miller, Jessica B. Wiggins, Wei Wang, Charles K. Lee, S. Craig Cary, Stephen B. Pointing, and Maggie C.Y. Lau. "Draft genome sequence of uncultured upland soil cluster Gammaproteobacteria gives molecular insights into high-affinity methanotrophy." Genome Announcements 5, no. 17 (2017). doi:10.1128/genomeA.00047-17.|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||Genome Announcements|
|Version:||Final published version. This is an open access article.|
|Notes:||Related Item links to correction, published as "Erratum for Edwards et al., “Draft Genome Sequence of Uncultured Upland Soil Cluster Gammaproteobacteria Gives Molecular Insights into High-Affinity Methanotrophy”".|
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