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Draft genome sequence of the white-rot fungus Obba rivulosa 3A-2Author(s): Otto Miettinen; Robert Riley; Kerrie Barry; Daniel Cullen; Ronald P. de Vries; Matthieu Hainaut; Annele Hatakka; Bernard Henrissat; Kristiina Hilden; Rita Kuo; Kurt LaButti; Anna Lipzen; Miia R. Makela; Laura Sandor; Joseph W. Spatafora; Igor V. Grigoriev; David S. Hibbett
Source: Genome Announcements, 4(5). pp. 1-2.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionWe report here the first genome sequence of the white-rot fungus Obba rivulsa (Polyporales, Basidiomycota), a polypore known for its lignin-decomposing ability. The genome is based on the homokaryon 3A-2 originating in Finland. The genome is typical in size and carbohydrate active enzyme (CAZy) content for wood-decomposing basidiomycetes.
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CitationMiettinen, Otto; Riley, Robert; Barry, Kerrie; Cullen, Dan; et al. 2016. Draft genome sequence of the white-rot fungus Obba rivulosa 3A-2. Genome Announcements. 4(5): 1-2.
KeywordsObba rivulosa, White-rot, Polypore, wood decomposition
- Phanerochaete chrysosporium genomics
- Enzymology and molecular biology of lignin degradation
- Role of fungal peroxidases in biological ligninolysis
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