Background: Lentibacillus species are gram variable aerobic bacteria that live primarily in halophilic environments. Previous reports have shown that bacteria belonging to this species are primarily isolated from salty environments or food. We isolated a bacterial strain CBA3610, identified as a novel species of the genus Lentibacillus, from a human fecal sample. In this report, the whole genome sequence of Lentibacillus sp. CBA3610 is presented, and genomic analyses are performed. Results: Complete genome sequence of strain CBA3610 was obtained through PacBio RSII and Illumina HiSeq platforms. The size of genome is 4,035,571 bp and genes estimated to be 4714 coding DNA sequences and 64 tRNA and 17 rRNA were identified. The phylogenetic analysis confirmed that it belongs to the genus Lentibacillus. In addition, there were genes related to antibiotic resistance and virulence, and genes predicted as CRISPR and prophage were also identified. Genes related to osmotic stress were found according to the characteristics of halophilic bacterium. Genomic differences from other Lentibacillus species were also confirmed through comparative genomic analysis. Conclusions: Strain CBA3610 is predicted to be a novel candidate species of Lentibacillus through phylogenetic analysis and comparative genomic analysis with other species in the same genus. This strain has antibiotic resistance gene and pathogenic genes. In future, the information derived from the results of several genomic analyses of this strain is thought to be helpful in identifying the relationship between halophilic bacteria and human gut microbiota.
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
This research was supported by a Grant from the World Institute of Kimchi (KE2101-2) funded by the Ministry of Science and ICT; the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) Grant funded by the Korea government (MSIP) (2018M3A9F3055925 and 2019R1A2C2087449), Republic of Korea.
© 2021, The Author(s).
- Complete genome sequence
- Gut microbiota
- Lentibacillus sp. CBA3610
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Infectious Diseases