Data descriptor: Single cell genomes of Prochlorococcus, Synechococcus, and sympatric microbes from diverse marine environments

Paul M. Berube, Steven J. Biller, Thomas Hackl, Shane L. Hogle, Brandon M. Satinsky, Jamie W. Becker, Rogier Braakman, Sara B. Collins, Libusha Kelly, Jessie Berta-Thompson, Allison Coe, Kristin Bergauer, Heather A. Bouman, Thomas J. Browning, Daniele De Corte, Christel Hassler, Yotam Hulata, Jeremy E. Jacquot, Elizabeth W. Maas, Thomas ReinthalerEva Sintes, Taichi Yokokawa, Debbie Lindell, Ramunas Stepanauskas, Sallie W. Chisholm

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Abstract

Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus are the dominant primary producers in marine ecosystems and perform a significant fraction of ocean carbon fixation. These cyanobacteria interact with a diverse microbial community that coexists with them. Comparative genomics of cultivated isolates has helped address questions regarding patterns of evolution and diversity among microbes, but the fraction that can be cultivated is miniscule compared to the diversity in the wild. To further probe the diversity of these groups and extend the utility of reference sequence databases, we report a data set of single cell genomes for 489 Prochlorococcus, 50 Synechococcus, 9 extracellular virus particles, and 190 additional microorganisms from a diverse range of bacterial, archaeal, and viral groups. Many of these uncultivated single cell genomes are derived from samples obtained on GEOTRACES cruises and at well-studied oceanographic stations, each with extensive suites of physical, chemical, and biological measurements. The genomic data reported here greatly increases the number of available Prochlorococcus genomes and will facilitate studies on evolutionary biology, microbial ecology, and biological oceanography.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number180154
JournalScientific data
Volume5
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StatePublished - Jan 1 2018

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Berube, P. M., Biller, S. J., Hackl, T., Hogle, S. L., Satinsky, B. M., Becker, J. W., ... Chisholm, S. W. (2018). Data descriptor: Single cell genomes of Prochlorococcus, Synechococcus, and sympatric microbes from diverse marine environments. Scientific data, 5, [180154]. https://doi.org/10.1038/sdata.2018.154

Data descriptor : Single cell genomes of Prochlorococcus, Synechococcus, and sympatric microbes from diverse marine environments. / Berube, Paul M.; Biller, Steven J.; Hackl, Thomas; Hogle, Shane L.; Satinsky, Brandon M.; Becker, Jamie W.; Braakman, Rogier; Collins, Sara B.; Kelly, Libusha; Berta-Thompson, Jessie; Coe, Allison; Bergauer, Kristin; Bouman, Heather A.; Browning, Thomas J.; De Corte, Daniele; Hassler, Christel; Hulata, Yotam; Jacquot, Jeremy E.; Maas, Elizabeth W.; Reinthaler, Thomas; Sintes, Eva; Yokokawa, Taichi; Lindell, Debbie; Stepanauskas, Ramunas; Chisholm, Sallie W.

In: Scientific data, Vol. 5, 180154, 01.01.2018.

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Berube, PM, Biller, SJ, Hackl, T, Hogle, SL, Satinsky, BM, Becker, JW, Braakman, R, Collins, SB, Kelly, L, Berta-Thompson, J, Coe, A, Bergauer, K, Bouman, HA, Browning, TJ, De Corte, D, Hassler, C, Hulata, Y, Jacquot, JE, Maas, EW, Reinthaler, T, Sintes, E, Yokokawa, T, Lindell, D, Stepanauskas, R & Chisholm, SW 2018, 'Data descriptor: Single cell genomes of Prochlorococcus, Synechococcus, and sympatric microbes from diverse marine environments', Scientific data, vol. 5, 180154. https://doi.org/10.1038/sdata.2018.154
Berube, Paul M. ; Biller, Steven J. ; Hackl, Thomas ; Hogle, Shane L. ; Satinsky, Brandon M. ; Becker, Jamie W. ; Braakman, Rogier ; Collins, Sara B. ; Kelly, Libusha ; Berta-Thompson, Jessie ; Coe, Allison ; Bergauer, Kristin ; Bouman, Heather A. ; Browning, Thomas J. ; De Corte, Daniele ; Hassler, Christel ; Hulata, Yotam ; Jacquot, Jeremy E. ; Maas, Elizabeth W. ; Reinthaler, Thomas ; Sintes, Eva ; Yokokawa, Taichi ; Lindell, Debbie ; Stepanauskas, Ramunas ; Chisholm, Sallie W. / Data descriptor : Single cell genomes of Prochlorococcus, Synechococcus, and sympatric microbes from diverse marine environments. In: Scientific data. 2018 ; Vol. 5.
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