Endomicrobiellum neotermitis


Citation

Formal styling
Endomicrobiellum neotermitis Mies et al., 2024
Effective publication
Mies et al., 2024
SeqCode status
Valid (SeqCode)
Register List
seqco.de/r:tm1bm3q2 (validated)
Cannonical URL
https://seqco.de/i:32912

Nomenclature

Rank
Species
Syllabication
ne.o.ter'mi.tis
Etymology
N.L. gen. n. neotermitis, of Neotermes, referring to the termite host genus.
Nomenclatural type
NCBI Assembly: GCA_031282355.1
Nomenclatural status
Validly published under the SeqCode

Taxonomy

Description
The species comprises only metagenome-assembled genomes. The species includes all bacteria with more than 95% average nucleotide identity (ANI) to the type genome. The GC content of the type genome is 29.0 mol% and the estimated genome size is 0.6 Mbp.
Classification
Bacteria » Elusimicrobiota » Endomicrobiia » Endomicrobiales » Endomicrobiaceae » Endomicrobiellum » Endomicrobiellum neotermitis
Parent
Endomicrobiellum

Genomics

Accession
NCBI Assembly:GCA_031282355.1
Type
Metagenome-Assembled Genome (MAG)
Estimated Quality Metrics
  • Completeness: 91.01%
  • Contamination: 1.12%
  • Quality: 85.41
Ribosomal and transfer RNA genes
  • 0 16S rRNAs
  • 0 23S rRNAs
  • tRNAs for 19 amino acids
Sequencing depth
91.0 ×
Source
Other features
  • G+C Content: 29.0%
  • Coding Density: 90.76%
  • Codon Table: 11
  • N50: 242,892 bp
  • Contigs: 3
  • Largest Contig: 279,481 bp
  • Assembly Length: 582,188 bp
  • Ambiguous Assembly Fraction: 0.0%
Automated checks
Complete
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Metadata

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Local history
Registered by
Mies, Undine Sophie 8 months ago
Submitted by
Mies, Undine Sophie 24 days ago
Curators
Validated by
Rodriguez-R, Luis M 24 days ago
Date of priority
2024-05-29 02:02 PM (UTC)

Publications
1

Citation Title
Mies et al., 2024, mBio Genome reduction and horizontal gene transfer in the evolution of Endomicrobia—rise and fall of an intracellular symbiosis with termite gut flagellates
Effective publication



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