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Study Name: Psychrophilic species of the genus Psychrobacter are likely descendants of pathobionts

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GOLD Study ID Gs0153476
Study Name Psychrophilic species of the genus Psychrobacter are likely descendants of pathobionts
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SRA Study Id ERP124009  (Link to NCBI )
Study Title Psychrophilic species of the genus Psychrobacter are likely descendants of pathobionts
Study Abstract We measured growth under 24 different conditions for 85 accessions of Psychrobacter in tandem with whole genome sequencing and animal studies. We conducted comparative (phylo)genomics for these 85 Psychrobacter strains, as well as family-level comparative phylo-genomics. Our results indicate that growth at 37C is likely ancestral for the genus and is likely necessary for growth within mammalian bodies. Furthermore, Psychrobacter's closest relatives are pathobionts, and Psychrobacter likely evolved from a pathobiont ancestor.
  
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Number of Biosamples 0
Number of Organisms 42
Number of Seq Projects 42
Number of Analysis Projects 42
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