Reanalysis of 5S rRNA sequence data for the Vibrionaceae with the clustan program suite

Nearhos S.P. and Fuerst J.A. (1987) Reanalysis of 5S rRNA sequence data for the Vibrionaceae with the clustan program suite. Current Microbiology, 15 6: 329-335. doi:10.1007/BF01577590


Author Nearhos S.P.
Fuerst J.A.
Title Reanalysis of 5S rRNA sequence data for the Vibrionaceae with the clustan program suite
Journal name Current Microbiology   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0343-8651
Publication date 1987-01-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1007/BF01577590
Volume 15
Issue 6
Start page 329
End page 335
Total pages 7
Publisher Springer-Verlag
Subject 2404 Microbiology
Abstract A pooled data set of Gram-negative eubacterial, mainly Vibrionaceae, 5S rRNA sequences from MacDonell and Colwell [15] and from Erdmann et al. [10] was processed by single, average, and complete linkage procedures, as generated by the clustan program suite [23]. The hierarchical structures produced broadly resembled those for the published data: the resolution of the new genus Shewanella MacDonnell and Colwell 1985 [15] and an expanded definition for Photobacterium are supported. The new phenon representing Listonella [15] was not resolved, but the related species Vibrio mimicus and V. cholerae were linked by one procedure. It is suggested that recognition of synonymy between Photobacterium angustum and P. leiognathi and the incorporation of V. anguillarum, V. damsela, and V. pelagius into the new genus Listonella be held in abeyance pending supporting evidence. It is concluded that this widely available program produces analyses of 5S rRNA sequences of quality comparable to more specialized packages.
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