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Abstract

Three strains of methylotrophic (FAM1, RZ18-153 and RZ94) isolated from Lake Washington sediment samples were characterized. Based on phylogenetic analysis of 16S rRNA gene sequences the strains should be assigned to the genus . Similarly to other members of the family, the strains show broad metabolic capabilities and are able to utilize a number of organic acids, alcohols and aromatic compounds in addition to methanol and methylamine. The main fatty acids were 16:1ω7 (49–59 %) and 16:0 (32–29 %). Genomes of all isolates were sequenced, assembled and annotated in collaboration with the DOE Joint Genome Institute (JGI). Genome comparison revealed that the strains FAM1, RZ18-153 and RZ94 are closely related to each other and almost equally distant from two previously described species of the genus , and . Like other methylotrophic species of the genus , all three strains possess one-subunit PQQ-dependent ethanol/methanol dehydrogenase (Mdh-2), the -methylglutamate pathway and the serine cycle (isocitrate lyase/malate synthase, Icl/ms variant). Like , strains FAM1, RZ18-153 and RZ94 have a quinohemoprotein amine dehydrogenase, a tungsten-containing formaldehyde ferredoxin oxidoreductase, phenol hydroxylase, and the complete Calvin cycle. Similarly to , the three strains possess two-subunit methanol dehydrogenase (MxaFI), monoamine oxidase (MAO) and nitrogenase. Based on the phenotypic and genomic data, the strains FAM1, RZ18-153 and RZ94 represent a novel species of the genus , for which the name sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is FAM1 ( = JCM 30542 = VKM = B-2888).

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