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[…] CEV08_05060, respectively), and 96.75% and 96.16%, respectively, according to the partial gltA gene (locus tags CER18_05610 and CEV08_03755, respectively). This is just over the cutoffs of 95.4% for the partial rpoB gene and 96% for partial gltA gene used to discriminate species of Bartonella (). Strain L103 was isolated from a rodent, Mus cookii, trapped in the province of Luang Prabang, Laos, while strain C635 was isolated from a shrew, Suncus murinus, trapped in the province of Sihanouk, Cambodia., Genomic DNA (gDNA) of B. tribocorum strains L103 and C635 were sequenced on a MiSeq sequencer (Illumina, Inc., San Diego, CA, USA) using the paired-end strategy. Raw reads were assembled with A5-miseq software (). Genome and subsystem-based annotations were performed by Rapid Annotation using Subsystem Technology (RAST) (, ). tRNA gene detection was performed using the tRNAscan-SE 2.0 tool (), whereas rRNA genes were predicted using RNAmmer (). Plasmid presence was checked by PlasmidFinder software ()., After assembly, the two genomes were composed of 99 scaffolds. For strains L103 and C635, the total sizes were 2,193,610 bp, with G+C contents of 38.4%, and 2,098,038 bp, with G+C contents of 38.0%, respectively. The draft genomes of B. tribocorum strains L103 and C635 contained 2,160 and 2,113 coding sequences, respectively, with 3 rRNAs and 40 tRNAs each. The RAST annotation assigned these genes to 291 and 290 subsystems, respectively, for strains L103 and C635, with a maximum number of genes associated with protein metabolism (17.66% and 17.53%, respectively), followed by amino acids and derivative metabolism (10.30% […]

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Software tools A5, RAST, tRNAscan-SE, RNAmmer