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454 Shotgun sequencing of Agrobacterium isolate F5R19 is complete and analyses are in progress.
Sequencing Agrobacterium rhizogenes A4
Project description: This project is funded by the National Science foundation with generous contributions from the Monsanto corporation. The genome of Agrobacterium rhizogenes A4 is currently in assembly using 454 generated sequencing reads directed by an optical map. A public blast server hosting these data will be made available in the near future.
Sequencing the biovar II and III representatives of Agrobacterium
Project description: This project is funded by the National Science foundation with generous contributions from the Monsanto corporation. The genomes of the selected biovar II and III strains Agrobacterium radiobacter K84 and Agrobacterium vitis S4 are fully sequenced and final manuscripts are nearing completion. Researchers at Monsanto, Arizona State University, Cornell University, Hiram College, the University of Illinois, the University of Washington and the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute are collaborating on this effort.
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