Cloacimonas acidaminivoransTs


Citation

Formal styling
Cloacimonas acidaminivoransTs corrig. Pelletier et al., 2008 (valid 2023)
Effective publication
Pelletier et al., 2008
Corrigendum
Oren et al., 2020 from “Cloacamonas acidaminovorans” (sic)
SeqCode status
Valid (SeqCode)
Register List
seqco.de/r:tz5nceub (validated)
Cannonical URL
https://seqco.de/i:173

Nomenclature

Rank
Species
Syllabication
a.ci.da.mi.ni.vo'rans
Etymology
N.L. neut. n. acidum aminum, amino acid; L. pres. part. vorans, devouring; N.L. fem. part. adj. acidaminivorans, amino acid-devouring
Nomenclatural type
NCBI Assembly: GCA_000146065.1
Nomenclatural status
Validly published under the SeqCode

Taxonomy

Description
The complete genome of this species has been reconstructed following the metagenomic sequencing of the sludge sample obtained from the anaerobic mesophilic digester (7,000 m3) at the Evry wastewater treatment plant (250,000 population equivalents), located about 35 km south of Paris, France (48°37′ 33.65"N, 2°27′53.34"E). The genome of this species is represented by a single circular chromosome consisting of 2,246,820 nucleotides with a GC content of 37.9%. The presence of the enzymes involved in the biosynthesis of lipopolysaccharides indicates that is a gram-negative bacterium, which is supported by the detection of the typical signature of gram-negative bacteria found in the dnaK gene. The in silico proteome analysis suggests that this species could grow on a medium that includes glucose, alanine, asparagine, aspartate, glutamate, histidine, lysine, proline, serine, and certain aliphatic carboxylic acids (succinate, lactate, and acetate). The species is inferred to be adapted to an anaerobic lifestyle and also may enable to survive under minimal oxygen concentrations. In silico proteome analysis indicated that this species might derive most of its carbon and energy from the fermentation of amino acids and it is probably a syntrophic bacterium.
Classification
Bacteria » Cloacimonadota » Cloacimonadia » Cloacimonadales » Cloacimonadaceae » Cloacimonas » Cloacimonas acidaminivoransTs
Parent
Cloacimonas gtdb
Pseudonyms
  • Cloacamonas acidaminovorans (Original, corrected name)

Genomics

Accession
NCBI Assembly:GCA_000146065.1
Type
Metagenome-Assembled Genome (MAG)
Estimated Quality Metrics
  • Completeness: 100.0%
  • Contamination: 1.1%
  • Quality: 94.5
Ribosomal and transfer RNA genes
  • 2 16S rRNAs (up to 100.0%)
  • 2 23S rRNAs (up to 100.0%)
  • tRNAs for 20 amino acids
Sequencing depth
10.9 ×
Source
Other features
  • G+C Content: 37.9%
  • Coding Density: 86.52%
  • Codon Table: 11
  • N50: 2,246,820 bp
  • Contigs: 1
  • Largest Contig: 2,246,820 bp
  • Assembly Length: 2,246,820 bp
  • Ambiguous Assembly Fraction: 0.0%
Submitter comments
CheckM1 was used to estimate genome completeness, contamination and the command ssu_finder (checkM1) was used for detection of ssu genes.
Automated checks
Complete
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Metadata

Outside links and data sources
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Local history
Registered by
Chuvochina, Maria over 1 year ago
Submitted by
Chuvochina, Maria 11 months ago
Curators
Endorsed by
Palmer, Marike 11 months ago
Validated by
Rodriguez-R, Luis M 11 months ago
Date of priority
2023-07-11 12:11 AM (UTC)

Publications
4

Citation Title
Oren et al., 2020, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology Lists of names of prokaryotic Candidatus taxa
Corrigendum
Bellinzoni, Alzari, 2011, Crystal structure of the 3-keto-5-aminohexanoate cleavage enzyme (Kce) from Candidatus Cloacamonas acidaminovorans (orthorombic form)
Bellinzoni, Alzari, 2011, Crystal structure of the 3-keto-5-aminohexanoate cleavage enzyme (Kce) from Candidatus Cloacamonas acidaminovorans (tetragonal form)
Pelletier et al., 2008, Journal of Bacteriology “ Candidatus Cloacamonas Acidaminovorans”: Genome Sequence Reconstruction Provides a First Glimpse of a New Bacterial Division
Effective publication



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