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Oliver, S. G. (Stephen George), 1949-. Download book Microbial extrachromosomal genetics, Stephen Oliver, Terence Brown. Publication, Distribution, et. Washington, . American Society for Microbiology, (c)1985.
During de-novo assembly of a microbial genome with baseline coverage of ~100x, genes with multiple copies in the genome (. 16S rRNA gene) map to a single contig with coverage relative to the number of expected copies (. 4 copies will result in a single contig of ~400x coverage).
Short generation time, haploid genome, ease of culturing, and their abundance facilitate such studies.
Extrachromosomal DNA (abbreviated ecDNA) is any DNA that is found off the chromosomes, either inside or outside the nucleus of a cell. Most DNA in an individual genome is found in chromosomes contained in the nucleus. Multiple forms of extrachromosomal DNA exist and serve important biological functions, . they can play a role in disease, such as ecDNA in cancer.
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