PROJECT INFORMATION
GOLD Project ID
Gp0089906  
Project Name
Nocardia seriolae N-2927  
Other Names
  
Legacy ER Project ID
71461  
Legacy GOLD ID
Gi0071461  
NCBI BioProject Name Nocardia seriolae N-2927
NCBI BioProject ID 238991
NCBI BioProject Accession PRJDB1598
NCBI Locus Tag
NS07  
NCBI BioSample Accession SAMD00023549
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Added By JGI automated process on 2014-03-22
Last Modified By Rida Ali on 2015-08-28
Project Comments
  
Project Status
Permanent Draft  
Project Relevance
  
Sequencing Center Kochi University (Japan)
Collaborating Institute
  
Funding Agency
  
Project Description
The occurrence of nocardiosis in marine fish was first reported in 1967 in yellowtail Seriola quinqueradiata and amberjack S. dumerili cultured in Owase that is located in southeastern part of Kii Peninsula in Japan. The causative agent was identified as a previously unknown bacterium, and subsequently was named Nocardia seriolae. Currently, nocardiosis caused by N. seriolae is a major disease in cultured yellowtails, the production of which accounts for nearly 60% of total marine aquaculture production in Japan. N. seriolae strain N-2927 was isolated in 2007 from the spleen of yellowtail suffering from nocardiosis in Sukumo in Kochi Prefecture that covers half of southern part of Shikoku Island in West Japan. This strain is a highly virulent strain with an 100% mortality in yellowtail, but on the other hand, the virulence factors are unknown. We analyze the whole genome sequence of N. seriolae strain N-2927. The draft genome sequence is annotated and compared to the complete sequences of different Nocardia species such as N. farcinica for identification of potential virulence factors of strain N-2927.  
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PROJECT TYPE
Specimen Organism
Nucleic Acid DNA
Sequencing Strategy
Whole Genome Sequencing  
EXTERNAL PROJECT LINKS
Project Information
  
Database
  
Genome Publications Genome announcements Draft Genome Sequence of Nocardia seriolae Strain N-2927 (NBRC 110360), Isolated as the Causal Agent of Nocardiosis of Yellowtail (Seriola quinqueradiata) in Kochi Prefecture, Japan.
Other Publications
  
PROJECT COMPOSITION
Study Nocardia seriolae N-2927
Organism Nocardia seriolae N-2927
Analysis Projects Nocardia seriolae N-2927
Number of Analysis Projects 1
Number of DAPs
0  
SEQUENCING INFORMATION
Sequencing Status Complete
Sequencing Quality (MIGS-31)
Finishing Goal
  
Sequencing Comments
  
Sequencing Technology (MIGS-29) 454
Library Method (MIGS-28)
  
Number Of Reads
  
Read Size
  
Vector
  
GC Percent
68  
Chromosome Count
  
Plasmid Count
  
ORGANISM NAME
GOLD Organism ID Go0089906
Organism Name
Nocardia seriolae N-2927  
Other names (alias, synonyms, short names, common names)
  
Organism Domain
BACTERIAL  
Phylogeny
ACTINOBACTERIA  
Genus
Nocardia  
Genus Synonyms
  
Species
Nocardia seriolae  
Subspecies
  
Species Synonyms
  
Strain
N-2927  
Strain Synonyms
  
Serovar-Biovar
  
Culture Collection ID
  
Type Strain
Unknown  
Exemplar DOI
  
Exemplar Name
  
Taxon DOI
  
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Organism Comments
  
Cultured
Yes  
Culture Type
Isolate  
Organism Type
Natural  
Uncultured Type
  
Commercial Strain
  
Commercial Strain Comments
  
ORGANISM TAXONOMY
NCBI Taxonomy ID 1454200
NCBI Superkingdom
Bacteria  
NCBI Kingdom
  
NCBI Phylum
Actinobacteria  
NCBI Class
Actinobacteria  
NCBI Order
Corynebacteriales  
NCBI Family
Nocardiaceae  
NCBI Genus
Nocardia  
NCBI Species
Nocardia seriolae  
ISOLATION CLASSIFICATION
Ecosystem
  
Ecosystem Category
  
Ecosystem Type
  
Ecosystem Subtype
  
Specific Ecosystem
  
ORGANISM EXTERNAL REFERENCES
Strain Info ID
Genbank 16S ID
GENERAL PROPERTIES
Oxygen Requirement
  
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Temperature Optimum
  
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Symbiotic Relationship
  
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Symbiont Taxon ID
  
Cell Arrangements
  
Diseases
  
Known Habitats
  
Metabolisms
  
Phenotypes
  
Energy Sources
  

 

 

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