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      Genome sequence of Dyella japonica strain A8, a quorum-quenching bacterium that degrades N-acylhomoserine lactones, isolated from Malaysian tropical soil.

      Journal of Bacteriology
      Genome, Bacterial, Lactones, chemistry, metabolism, Malaysia, Molecular Sequence Data, Quorum Sensing, physiology, Soil Microbiology, Xanthomonadaceae, classification, genetics

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          Dyella japonica strain A8 is a Malaysian tropical soil bacterial strain which shows N-acylhomoserine lactone-degrading activity. Here, we present its draft genome sequence. A putative quorum-quenching gene was identified based on the genome sequence analysis of strain A8. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first genome announcement of a member from the genus of Dyella, and this is also the first work that reports the quorum-quenching activity of Dyella japonica.

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          23105069
          3486415
          10.1128/JB.01637-12

          Chemistry
          Genome, Bacterial,Lactones,chemistry,metabolism,Malaysia,Molecular Sequence Data,Quorum Sensing,physiology,Soil Microbiology,Xanthomonadaceae,classification,genetics

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