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Dethiosulfovibrio peptidovorans Dethiosulfovibrio peptidovorans is an anaerobic, slightly halophilic, thiosulfate-reducing bacterium. Its genome has been sequenced. It is vibrio-shaped (3-5 by 1 µm), gram-negative and possesses lateral flagella. It is non-spore-forming. Its type strain is SEBR 4207.
Prophage Hp1 holin family The Prophage Hp1 Hol (Hp1Hol) Family (TC# 1.E.46) consists of a single putative holin (TC# 1.E.46.1.1) of 69 amino acyl residues in length, exhibiting what appears to be a single transmembrane segment (TMS). It is derived from the firmicute, "Clostridium hathewayi" DSM 13479. This protein is functionally uncharacterized and does not appear to be homologous to other holins. It does, however, show 31% identity to a heavy metal transporter from "Dethiosulfovibrio peptidovorans".
Synergistetes Recent comparative analyses of sequenced Synergistetes genomes have led to identification of large numbers of conserved signature indels (CSIs) in protein sequences that are specific for either all sequenced Synergistetes species or some of their sub-clades that are observed in phylogenetic trees. Of the CSIs that were identified, 32 in widely distributed proteins such as RpoB, RpoC, UvrD, GyrA, PolA, PolC, MraW, NadD, PyrE, RpsA, RpsH, FtsA, RadA, etc., including a large >300 aa insert in the RpoC protein, are present in various Synergistetes species, but except for isolated bacteria, these CSIs are not found in the protein homologues from all other organisms. These CSIs provide novel molecular markers for distinguishing Synergistetes species from all other bacteria. Seven other CSIs in important proteins including a 13 aa in RpoB were found to be uniquely present in "Jonquetella", "Pyramidobacter" and "Dethiosulfovibrio" species indicating a close and specific relationship among these bacteria, which is also strongly supported by phylogenetic trees. Fifteen addition CSIs that were only present in "Jonquetella" and "Pyramidobacter" indicate a close association between these two species. Lastly, a close relationship between the "Aminomonas" and "Thermanaerovibrio" species is also supported by 9 identified CSIs. The identified molecular markers provide reliable means for the division of species from the phylum Synergistetes into intermediate taxonomic ranks such as families and orders.