Genome sequence of Kosmotoga olearia strain TBF 19.5.1, a thermophilic bacterium with a wide growth temperature range, isolated from the Troll B oil platform in the North Sea

Journal of Bacteriology
Kristen S SwithersKenneth M Noll

Abstract

Kosmotoga olearia strain TBF 19.5.1 is a member of the Thermotogales that grows best at 65°C and very well even at 37°C. Information about this organism is important for understanding the evolution of mesophiles from thermophiles. Its genome sequence reveals extensive gene gains and a large content of mobile genetic elements. It also contains putative hydrogenase genes that have no homologs in the other member of the Thermotogales.

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Related Concepts

Hydrogenase
Thermotogales
Petroleum
Organism
Kosmotoga olearia
Mobile Genetic Elements
Thermophilic Organism

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