Complete genome sequences of Pseudomonas monteilii SB3078 and SB3101, two benzene-, toluene-, and ethylbenzene-degrading bacteria used for bioaugmentation

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Pseudomonas monteilii SB3078 and SB3101 are benzene-, toluene-, and ethylbenzene-degrading strains used for bioaugmentation in relation to treatment of wastewater contaminated with petrochemical hydrocarbons. Complete genome sequencing of the bioaugmentation strains confirms that they are very closely related (100.0% average nucleotide identity). Both strains contain extensive integration of phage elements, with the main difference being insertion of additional phage elements in the SB3078 genome.

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Dueholm, M. S., Albertsen, M., D’Imperio, S., Tale, V. P., Lewis, D., Nielsen, P. H., & Nielsen, J. L. (2014). Complete genome sequences of Pseudomonas monteilii SB3078 and SB3101, two benzene-, toluene-, and ethylbenzene-degrading bacteria used for bioaugmentation. Genome Announcements, 2(3). https://doi.org/10.1128/genomeA.00524-14

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