Candidatus Borrarchaeum weybense


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Citation

Formal styling
Candidatus Borrarchaeum weybense” Sun et al., 2021
Proposed in
Sun et al., 2021
SeqCode status
Automated discovery
Cannonical URL
https://seqco.de/i:629

Nomenclature

Rank
Species
Syllabication
wey.ben'se
Etymology
N.L. neut. adj. weybense, of or pertaining to Lake Weyba, a saltwater lake in Queensland, Australia

Taxonomy

Description
Sun, et al (2021): Inferred to be a hetero-organotroph with genetic code expansions (recodings) allowing the incorporation of the rare 21st and 22nd amino acids selenocysteine and pyrrolysine. This uncultured lineage is represented by the genome “lw60_2018_gm2_56”, NCBI BioSample SAMN19461863, recovered from Lake Weyba sediments, and defined as high-quality draft MAG with an estimated completeness of 94.08% and 3.74% contamination, the presence of a 23S, 16S and 5S rRNA gene and 16 tRNAs.
Classification
Candidatus Sifarchaeota » Candidatus Sifarchaeia » Candidatus Sifarchaeales » Candidatus Borrarchaeaceae » Candidatus Borrarchaeum » Candidatus Borrarchaeum weybense
Parent
Candidatus Borrarchaeum gtdb

Metadata

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Local history
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Publications
1

Citation Title
Sun et al., 2021, ISME Communications Recoding of stop codons expands the metabolic potential of two novel Asgardarchaeota lineages
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