Nucleicultrix amoebiphilaTs


Citation

Formal styling
Nucleicultrix amoebiphilaTs Schulz et al., 2014 (valid 2023)
Effective publication
Schulz et al., 2014
SeqCode status
Valid (SeqCode)
Register List
seqco.de/r:q5gjvsma (validated)
Cannonical URL
https://seqco.de/i:31953

Nomenclature

Rank
Species
Syllabication
a.moe.bi'phi.la
Etymology
N.L. fem. n. amoeba, an amoeba; N.L. fem. adj. suff. -phila, friend, loving; N.L. fem. adj. amoebiphila, amoeba-loving
Nomenclatural type
NCBI Assembly: GCA_002117145.1
Nomenclatural status
Validly published under the SeqCode

Taxonomy

Description
The description is the same as given by (Schulz et al., 2014). Briefly, the organism is a intranuclear symbiont of amoebae (Hartmannella sp.) with coccoid-shaped cells with a length of 0.5–1 μm, a diameter of 0.3–0.4 μm and a Gram-negative-type cell wall.  
Notes
Intranuclear symbiont of Hartmannella sp. host
Classification
Bacteria » Pseudomonadota » Alphaproteobacteria » “Caedimonadales” » Nucleicultricaceae » Nucleicultrix » Nucleicultrix amoebiphilaTs
Parent
Nucleicultrix gtdb

Genomics

Accession
NCBI Assembly:GCA_002117145.1
Type
Metagenome-Assembled Genome (MAG)
Estimated Quality Metrics
  • Completeness: 96.55%
  • Contamination: 0.2%
  • Quality: 95.55
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
1700.0 ×
Source
Other features
  • G+C Content: 39.72%
  • Coding Density: 90.38%
  • Codon Table: 11
  • N50: 1,838,212 bp
  • Contigs: 1
  • Largest Contig: 1,838,212 bp
  • Assembly Length: 1,838,212 bp
  • Ambiguous Assembly Fraction: 0.0%
Submitter comments
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Automated checks
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Metadata

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Local history
Registered by
Chuvochina, Maria 11 months ago
Submitted by
Chuvochina, Maria 11 months ago
Curators
Endorsed by
Palmer, Marike 10 months ago
Validated by
Rodriguez-R, Luis M 9 months ago

Publications
1

Citation Title
Schulz et al., 2014, The ISME Journal Life in an unusual intracellular niche: a bacterial symbiont infecting the nucleus of amoebae
Effective publication



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