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Draft genome sequence of Aspergillus flavus isolate TERIBR1, a highly tolerant fungus to chromium stress

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posted on 2024-06-03, 15:07 authored by PP Singh, A Jaiswar, D Srivastava, A Adholeya
Objectives: Aspergillus flavus isolate TERIBR1 was isolated from tannery sludge highly contaminated with chromium. During characterization process, it exhibited capability to adapt and grow in fungal growth media amended with chromium concentration as high as 250 mg/l. In order to understand the genetic underpinnings of the chromium tolerance trait, whole genome sequencing of the TERIBR1 genome was carried out. Information from the current genome will facilitate an understanding of the mechanisms underlying fungal adaptation to heavy metal stress and also heavy metal bioremediation. Data description: Here, we report the draft genome sequence along with the assembly and annotation methods used for genome sequence of the A. flavus isolate TERIBR1. The draft genome assembly size is estimated at 37.7 Mb coding for 13,587 genes and has high similarity to the reference genome of A. flavus strain NRRL3357.

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Journal

BMC Research Notes

Volume

12

Article number

443

Pagination

1-3

Location

London, Eng.

Open access

  • Yes

eISSN

1756-0500

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Publisher

BioMed Central

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