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Abstract

Here, we report the draft genome sequence of SH388. Improved phylogenetic and taxonomic analysis of this organism using genome-level analyses supports assignment of this organism to a novel family within the phylum . Additionally, comparative genomic and phylogenetic analyses contextualize the convergent evolution of sulfur disproportionation and potential extracellular electron transfer in this organism relative to other members of the .

Funding
This study was supported by the:
  • David T. Johnston , National Aeronautics and Space Administration , (Award NNX15AP58G)
  • Emma Bertran , National Science Foundation , (Award EAR-1149555)
  • Lewis M Ward , Simons Foundation
  • Lewis M Ward , Agouron Institute
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