|Title||Extreme Sensory Complexity Encoded in the 10-Megabase Draft Genome Sequence of the Chromatically Acclimating Cyanobacterium Tolypothrix sp. PCC 7601.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Authors||Yerrapragada, S, Shukla, A, Hallsworth-Pepin, K, Choi, K, Wollam, A, Clifton, S, Qin, X, Muzny, DM, Raghuraman, S, Ashki, H, Uzman, A, Highlander, SK, Fryszczyn, BG, Fox, GE, Tirumalai, MR, Liu, Y, Kim, S, Kehoe, DM, Weinstock, GM|
|Date Published||2015 May 07|
Tolypothrix sp. PCC 7601 is a freshwater filamentous cyanobacterium with complex responses to environmental conditions. Here, we present its 9.96-Mbp draft genome sequence, containing 10,065 putative protein-coding sequences, including 305 predicted two-component system proteins and 27 putative phytochrome-class photoreceptors, the most such proteins in any sequenced genome.
|Alternate Journal||Genome Announc|
|PubMed Central ID||PMC4424289|