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Overview

Proteome nameGlutamicibacter arilaitensis (strain DSM 16368 / CIP 108037 / IAM 15318 / JCM 13566 / Re117) Arthrobacter arilaitensis - Reference proteome
Proteins3,380
Proteome IDiUP000006878
StrainDSM 16368 / CIP 108037 / IAM 15318 / JCM 13566 / Re117
Taxonomy861360 - Glutamicibacter arilaitensis (strain DSM 16368 / CIP 108037 / IAM 15318 / JCM 13566 / Re117)
Last modifiedFebruary 4, 2017
Genome assembly GCA_000197735.1 from ENA/EMBL
Pan proteomei This proteome is part of the Glutamicibacter arilaitensis (strain DSM 16368 / CIP 108037 / IAM 15318 / JCM 13566 / Re117) Arthrobacter arilaitensis pan proteome (fasta)

Arthrobacter arilaitensis (strain DSM 16368 / CIP 108037 / JCM 13566 / Re117) is an aerobic, non spore-forming, non-motile, Gram-negative bacterium isolated from the surfaces of smear-ripened cheese (French cheese "Reblochon") cultivated on brain heart infusion (BHI) agar and incubated at 28 degrees Celsius. Colonies on BHI agar are yellow, round, smooth, convex and 2 mm in diameter. A. arilaitensis grows between 10 and 30 degrees Celsius and tolerates up to 10% (w/v) NaCl. Gelatinase, beta-galactosidase, pyrazinamidase, pyrrolidonyl arylamidase, phosphatase and alpha-glucosidase are produced. It is able to use the following substrates as sole carbon sources: D-glucose, maltotriose, maltose, a-lactose, D-arabitol, glycerol, 5-keto-D-gluconate, D-gluconate, protocatechuate, 4-hydroxybenzoate, lactate, glycerate and tyrosine. (Adapted from PMIDs 15653918 and 21124797).

Componentsi

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Component nameGenome Accession(s)
Proteins
Chromosome3324
Plasmid pRE117-146
Plasmid pRE117-213

Publications

  1. "Complete genome sequence of Arthrobacter arilaitensis (strain DSM 16368 / CIP 108037 / JCM 13566 / Re117)."
    Genoscope.
    Submitted (JUL-2010) to the EMBL/GenBank/DDBJ databases
  2. "The Arthrobacter arilaitensis Re117 genome sequence reveals its genetic adaptation to the surface of cheese."
    Monnet C., Loux V., Gibrat J.F., Spinnler E., Barbe V., Vacherie B., Gavory F., Gourbeyre E., Siguier P., Chandler M., Elleuch R., Irlinger F., Vallaeys T.
    PLoS ONE 2010:E15489-E15489(2010) [PubMed] [Europe PMC] [Abstract]