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Draft genome sequence of Roseomonas mucosa strain AU37, isolated from a peripheral intravenous catheter

Posted by Md Abu Choudhury, Alexander M. Wailan, Hanna E. Sidjabat, Li Zhang, Nicole Marsh, Claire M. Rickard, Mark R. Davies and David J. McMillan on 13 April 2017

Received 3 February 2017

Accepted 7 February 2017

Published 13 April 2017

Citation Abu Choudhury M, Wailan AM,
Sidjabat HE, Zhang L, Marsh N, Rickard CM,
Davies MR, McMillan DJ. 2017. Draft genome
sequence of Roseomonas mucosa strain AU37,
isolated from a peripheral intravenous catheter.
Genome Announc 5:e00128-17. https://
doi.org/10.1128/genomeA.00128-17
.

Copyright © 2017 Abu Choudhury et al. This is
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terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
International license.

ABSTRACT Roseomonas mucosa is an opportunistic pathogen that causes infections
in humans and is often associated with vascular catheter-related bacteremia. Here,
we report the draft genome sequence of Roseomonas mucosa strain AU37, isolated
from a peripheral intravenous catheter tip.

 

Author: Md Abu Choudhury, Alexander M. Wailan, Hanna E. Sidjabat, Li Zhang, Nicole Marsh, Claire M. Rickard, Mark R. Davies and David J. McMillan
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