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Mycobacterium tuberculosis UT205


Mycobacterium tuberculosis UT205 is a clinical isolate of Mycobacterium tuberculosis that was obtained from Columbia, South America (Isaza et al., 2012). Infection with this strain causes tuberculosis in human host. The most salient feature of the strain is that it has 3.6 kbp deletion resulting in the loss of four genes in comparison to reference M.tuberculosis H37Rv strain (Isaza et al., 2012). The genome has a high GC content of 65.48% (http://img.jgi.doe.gov/cgi-bin/w/main.cgi).


ISAZA, J.P., DUQUE, C., GOMEZ, V.N., ROBLEDO, J., BARRERA, L.F., and ALZATE, J.F. (2012). Whole genome shotgun sequencing of one Colombian clinical isolate of Mycobacterium tuberculosis reveals DosR regulon gene deletions. FEMS microbiology letters.




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