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  1. Liew KJ, Teo SC, Shamsir MS, Goh KM
    Microbiol Resour Announc, 2019 Nov 14;8(46).
    PMID: 31727717 DOI: 10.1128/MRA.01238-19
    Longimonas halophila and Longibacter salinarum are type strains of underexplored genera affiliated with Salisaetaceae Herein, we report the draft genome sequences of two strains of these bacteria, L. halophila KCTC 42399 and L. salinarum KCTC 52045, with the intent of broadening knowledge of this family. Genome annotation and gene mining revealed that both bacteria exhibit amylolytic abilities.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  2. MOHAMAD, O., HO, W. S.
    Sanger sequencing has been the major method in directly sequencing DNA, and has dominated the DNA sequencing market for nearly past 30 years (Varshney et al., 2009). Along with PCR, we cannot underestimate how important this technology has been to research in various elds of molecular biology. It has revolutionized genetics by allowing us to gain unprecedented insights into the
    workings of different organisms.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  3. Gan HM, Lee MVJ, Savka MA
    Microbiol Resour Announc, 2018 Sep;7(9).
    PMID: 30533933 DOI: 10.1128/MRA.01045-18
    Using Illumina and Nanopore reads, we assembled a high-quality draft genome sequence of Allorhizobium vitis K309T (= ATCC 49767T, = NCPPB 3554T), a phytopathogenic strain isolated from a grapevine in Australia. The hybrid approach generated 50% fewer contigs and a 3-fold increase in the N50 value compared with the previous Illumina-only assembly.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  4. Too CC, Ong KS, Lee SM, Yule CM, Keller A
    Microbiol Resour Announc, 2018 Sep;7(12).
    PMID: 30533674 DOI: 10.1128/MRA.01083-18
    The bacterium Dyella sp. strain C9 was isolated from North Selangor Peat Swamp Forest, Malaysia, and studied using whole-genome sequencing. The putative genes involved in biogeochemical processes were annotated, and the genome sequence is publicly available in the NCBI database.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  5. Kannan M, Saad MM, Talip N, Baharum SN, Bunawan H
    Microbiol Resour Announc, 2019 May 16;8(20).
    PMID: 31097500 DOI: 10.1128/MRA.00262-19
    Rice tungro disease was discovered in Malaysia in the 1930s. The first and only genome of Rice tungro bacilliform virus (RTBV) isolated from rice in Malaysia was sequenced in 1999. After nearly two decades, here, we present the complete genome sequence of an RTBV isolate in rice from Seberang Perai, Malaysia.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  6. Too CC, Ong KS, Lee SM, Yule CM, Keller A
    Genome Announc, 2018 Jun 21;6(25).
    PMID: 29930031 DOI: 10.1128/genomeA.00459-18
    We report here the draft genome sequences of a bacterial isolate, Dyella sp. strain C11, which was isolated from a Malaysian tropical peat swamp forest. The putative genes for the biogeochemical processes were annotated, and the genome was deposited in an online database.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  7. Too CC, Ong KS, Ankenbrand MJ, Lee SM, Yule CM, Keller A
    Genome Announc, 2018 Jun 21;6(25).
    PMID: 29930066 DOI: 10.1128/genomeA.00561-18
    We report the draft genome sequence of a bacterial isolate, Paraburkholderia sp. strain C35, which was isolated from a Malaysian tropical peat swamp forest. The putative genes for the biogeochemical processes were annotated and are publicly available in the online databases.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  8. Sam KK, Lau NS, Furusawa G, Amirul AA
    Microbiol Resour Announc, 2019 Nov 14;8(46).
    PMID: 31727719 DOI: 10.1128/MRA.01248-19
    Pararhodobacter-like strain CCB-MM2 is a halophilic alphaproteobacterium isolated from estuarine sediment collected from Matang Mangrove Forest in Malaysia. Here, we present the draft genome sequence of CCB-MM2 and provide insights into its physiological roles and metabolic potential.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  9. Mohd Rosli Haron, Mohd Farid Ahmad, Lee, Su See, Norwati Muhammad
    Two isolates of brown root disease fungi were obtained from diseased roots of sentang (Azadirachta excelsa). Morphological characters from macroscopic and microscopic studies suggested that both isolates were from the same genus namely Phellinus noxius and Phellinus sp. Cloning and sequencing of ITS region were conducted to investigate further the variation between the two species at
    molecular level. PCR-amplified ITS regions were cloned in pCR2.1 and sequenced. DNA sequences sized 723bp and 710bp were obtained for Phellinus noxius and Phellinus sp respectively. Comparison between the two sequences showed 98% similarity where three nucleotide substitutions and three insertion/deletion regions were found sized 8bp, 2bp and 3bp respectively.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  10. Wan, Heng Fong, Nurul Izzaty Ismail
    MATEMATIKA, 2018;34(1):59-71.
    In DNA splicing system, the potential effect of sets of restriction enzymes and
    a ligase that allow DNA molecules to be cleaved and re-associated to produce further
    molecules is modelled mathematically. This modelling is done in the framework of formal
    language theory, in which the nitrogen bases, nucleotides and restriction sites are modelled
    as alphabets, strings and rules respectively. The molecules resulting from a splicing system
    is depicted as the splicing language. In this research, the splicing language resulting from
    DNA splicing systems with one palindromic restriction enzyme for one and two (nonoverlapping)
    cutting sites are generalised as regular expressions.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  11. Mohd-Padil H, Damiri N, Sulaiman S, Chai SF, Nathan S, Firdaus-Raih M
    Sci Rep, 2017 12 07;7(1):17173.
    PMID: 29215024 DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-17356-4
    The Burkholderia genus includes many species that are known to survive in diverse environmental conditions including low nutrient environments. One species, Burkholderia pseudomallei is a versatile pathogen that can survive in a wide range of hosts and environmental conditions. In this study, we investigated how a nutrient depleted growth environment evokes sRNA mediated responses by B. pseudomallei. Computationally predicted B. pseudomallei D286 sRNAs were mapped to RNA-sequencing data for cultures grown under two conditions: (1) BHIB as a nutrient rich media reference environment and (2) M9 media as a nutrient depleted stress environment. The sRNAs were further selected to identify potentially cis-encoded systems by investigating their possible interactions with their flanking genes. The mappings of predicted sRNA genes and interactions analysis to their flanking genes identified 12 sRNA candidates that may possibly have cis-acting regulatory roles that are associated to a nutrient depleted growth environment. Our approach can be used for identifying novel sRNA genes and their possible role as cis-mediated regulatory systems.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  12. Farah Fadwa Benbelgacem, Oualid Abdelkader Bellag, Adibah Parman, Ibrahim Ali Noorbatcha, Mohd Noor Mat Isa, Muhammad Alfatih Muddathir Abdelrahim, et al.
    Sains Malaysiana, 2018;47:2951-2960.
    Metagenomic DNA library from palm oil mill effluent (POME) was constructed and subjected to high-throughput screening
    to find genes encoding cellulose- and xylan-degrading enzymes. DNA of 30 positive fosmid clones were sequenced with next
    generation sequencing technology and the raw data (short insert-paired) was analyzed with bioinformatic tools. First,
    the quality of 64,821,599 reverse and forward sequences of 101 bp length raw data was tested using Fastqc and SOLEXA.
    Then, raw data filtering was carried out by trimming low quality values and short reads and the vector sequences were
    removed and again the output was checked and the trimming was repeated until a high quality read sets was obtained.
    The second step was the de novo assembly of sequences to reconstruct 2900 contigs following de Bruijn graph algorithm.
    Pre-assembled contigs were arranged in order, the distances between contigs were identified and oriented with SSPACE,
    where 2139 scaffolds have been reconstructed. 16,386 genes have been identified after gene prediction using Prodigal
    and putative ID assignment with Blastp vs NR protein. The acceptable strategy to handle metagenomic NGS-data in order
    to detect known and potentially unknown genes is presented and we showed the computational efficiency of de Bruijn
    graph algorithm of de novo assembly to 21 bioprospect genes encoding cellulose-degrading enzymes and 6 genes
    encoding xylan-degrading enzymes of 30.3% to 100% identity percentage.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  13. McInerney-Leo AM, Harris JE, Leo PJ, Marshall MS, Gardiner B, Kinning E, et al.
    Clin. Genet., 2015 Dec;88(6):550-7.
    PMID: 25492405 DOI: 10.1111/cge.12550
    Short-rib thoracic dystrophies (SRTDs) are congenital disorders due to defects in primary cilium function. SRTDs are recessively inherited with mutations identified in 14 genes to date (comprising 398 exons). Conventional mutation detection (usually by iterative Sanger sequencing) is inefficient and expensive, and often not undertaken. Whole exome massive parallel sequencing has been used to identify new genes for SRTD (WDR34, WDR60 and IFT172); however, the clinical utility of whole exome sequencing (WES) has not been established. WES was performed in 11 individuals with SRTDs. Compound heterozygous or homozygous mutations were identified in six confirmed SRTD genes in 10 individuals (IFT172, DYNC2H1, TTC21B, WDR60, WDR34 and NEK1), giving overall sensitivity of 90.9%. WES data from 993 unaffected individuals sequenced using similar technology showed two individuals with rare (minor allele frequency <0.005) compound heterozygous variants of unknown significance in SRTD genes (specificity >99%). Costs for consumables, laboratory processing and bioinformatic analysis were
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  14. Jamsari AF, Jamaluddin JA, Pau TM, Siti-Azizah MN
    Genet. Mol. Biol., 2011 01;34(1):152-60.
    PMID: 21637559 DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47572011000100026
    Nucleotide sequences of a partial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I gene were used to assess the manner in which historical processes and geomorphological effects may have influenced genetic structuring and phylogeographic patterns in Channa striata. Assaying was based on individuals from twelve populations in four river systems, which were separated into two regions, the eastern and western, of the biodiversely rich state of Perak in central Peninsular Malaysia. In 238 specimens, a total of 368-bp sequences with ten polymorphic sites and eleven unique haplotypes were detected. Data on all the twelve populations revealed incomplete divergence due to past historical coalescence and the short period of separation. Nevertheless, SAMOVA and F(ST) revealed geographical structuring existed to a certain extent in both regions. For the eastern region, the data also showed that the upstream populations were genetically significantly different compared to the mid- and downstream ones. It is inferred that physical barriers and historical processes played a dominant role in structuring the genetic dispersal of the species. A further inference is that the Grik, Tanjung Rambutan and Sungkai are potential candidates for conservation and aquaculture programmes since they contained most of the total diversity in this area.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  15. Mokhtar MA, Normah MN, Kumar SV, Baharum SN
    Genet. Mol. Res., 2011;10(2):885-8.
    PMID: 21644205 DOI: 10.4238/vol10-2gmr1117
    Epinephelus fuscoguttatus is a commercially important marine fish species in southeast Asia. Due to overfishing and water pollution, this species has been declared as near-threatened. Thus, to provide information to help maintain and preserve the species, microsatellites were developed, using an enriched genomic library method. Thirty individuals were collected from the hatchery of the Fishery Research Institute, Terengganu, Malaysia. These individuals, from four to six years old, originated from Sabah and are maintained in captive culture as broodstock. Genomic DNA was extracted from the fins of selected individuals that weighed 3-8 kg. Ten microsatellite loci were found to be polymorphic in this population, with 5 to 21 alleles per locus. Observed and expected heterozygosities ranged from 0.53 to 0.97 and 0.59 to 0.95, respectively. Only one locus deviated significantly from Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium and no significant linkage disequilibrium was found among the pairs of loci. These polymorphic microsatellite loci will be used by the Malaysian Fishery Research Institute for investigating genetic diversity and for developing breeding strategies.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  16. Rosli MK, Zakaria SS, Syed-Shabthar SM, Zainal ZZ, Shukor MN, Mahani MC, et al.
    Genet. Mol. Res., 2011;10(1):482-93.
    PMID: 21476194 DOI: 10.4238/vol10-1gmr1002
    The Malayan gaur (Bos gaurus hubbacki) is one of the three subspecies of gaurs that can be found in Malaysia. We examined the phylogenetic relationships of this subspecies with other species of the genus Bos (B. javanicus, B. indicus, B. taurus, and B. grunniens). The sequence of a key gene, cytochrome b, was compared among 20 Bos species and the bongo antelope, used as an outgroup. Phylogenetic reconstruction was employed using neighbor joining and maximum parsimony in PAUP and Bayesian inference in MrBayes 3.1. All tree topologies indicated that the Malayan gaur is in its own monophyletic clade, distinct from other species of the genus Bos. We also found significant branching differences in the tree topologies between wild and domestic cattle.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  17. Shardiwal RK, Sohrab SS
    Int J Bioinform Res Appl, 2010;6(3):223-9.
    PMID: 20615831
    Relative Synonymous Codon Usage (RSCU) and Relative Adaptiveness of a Codon (RAC) table bias importance in gene expression are well documented in the literature. However, to improve the gene expression we need to figure out which codons are optimal for the expression in order to synthesise an appropriate DNA sequence. An alternative to the manual approach, which is obviously a tedious task, is to set up software on your computer to perform this. Though such kinds of programs are available on the internet, none of them are open-source libraries. Here, one can use our Perl program to do his or her task more easily and efficiently. It is free for everyone.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  18. Dixon LJ, Schlub RL, Pernezny K, Datnoff LE
    Phytopathology, 2009 Sep;99(9):1015-27.
    PMID: 19671003 DOI: 10.1094/PHYTO-99-9-1015
    The fungus Corynespora cassiicola is primarily found in the tropics and subtropics, and is widely diverse in substrate utilization and host association. Isolate characterization within C. cassiicola was undertaken to investigate how genetic diversity correlates with host specificity, growth rate, and geographic distribution. C. cassiicola isolates were collected from 68 different plant species in American Samoa, Brazil, Malaysia, and Micronesia, and Florida, Mississippi, and Tennessee within the United States. Phylogenetic analyses using four loci were performed with 143 Corynespora spp. isolates, including outgroup taxa obtained from culture collections: C. citricola, C. melongenae, C. olivacea, C. proliferata, C. sesamum, and C. smithii. Phylogenetic trees were congruent from the ribosomal DNA internal transcribed spacer region, two random hypervariable loci (caa5 and ga4), and the actin-encoding locus act1, indicating a lack of recombination within the species and asexual propagation. Fifty isolates were tested for pathogenicity on eight known C. cassiicola crop hosts: basil, bean, cowpea, cucumber, papaya, soybean, sweet potato, and tomato. Pathogenicity profiles ranged from one to four hosts, with cucumber appearing in 14 of the 16 profiles. Bootstrap analyses and Bayesian posterior probability values identified six statistically significant phylogenetic lineages. The six phylogenetic lineages correlated with host of origin, pathogenicity, and growth rate but not with geographic location. Common fungal genotypes were widely distributed geographically, indicating long-distance and global dispersal of clonal lineages. This research reveals an abundance of previously unrecognized genetic diversity within the species and provides evidence for host specialization on papaya.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  19. Chong JL, Wickneswari R, Ismail BS, Salmijah S
    Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 2008 Feb 01;11(3):476-9.
    PMID: 18817177
    This study reports the results of the partial DNA sequence analysis of the 5-enolpyruvyl-shikimate-3-phosphate synthase (EPSPS) gene in glyphosate-resistant (R) and glyphosate-susceptible (S) biotypes of Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn from Peninsular Malaysia. Sequencing results revealed point mutation at nucleotide position 875 in the R biotypes of Bidor, Chaah and Temerloh. In the Chaah R population, substitution of cytosine (C) to adenine (A) resulted in the change of threonine (Thr106) to proline (Pro106) and from C to thymidine (T) in the Bidor R population, leading to serine (Ser106) from Pro106. As for the Temerloh R, C was substituted by T resulting in the change of Pro106 to Ser106. A new mutation previously undetected in the Temerloh R was revealed with C being substituted with A, resulting in the change of Pro106 to Thr106 indicating multiple founding events rather than to the spread of a single resistant allele. There was no point mutation recorded at nucleotide position 875 previously demonstrated to play a pivotal role in conferring glyphosate resistance to E. indica for the Lenggeng, Kuala Selangor, Melaka R populations. Thus, there may be another resistance mechanism yet undiscovered in the resistant Lenggeng, Kuala Selangor and Melaka populations.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
  20. Dey S, Nandy A, Nandy P, Das S
    Int J Bioinform Res Appl, 2015;11(6):469-82.
    PMID: 26642358
    Dengue viral attacks have been reported in various parts of India in recent years. In this paper we report on our studies of the characterisation and evolutionary aspects of gene sequences of the envelope glycoprotein of the prevalent Indian dengue virus type 1. Comparison with sequences from other countries shows that the envelope genes identified in India are closely related to strains from Malaysia. From the evolutionary point of view the envelope gene sequences of this dengue virus of India for past few years show that a marked mutational shift in the nucleotide sequences of the envelope gene have taken place from around the year 2000. Also, phylogenetic relationship with other three sera of dengue virus reported in India from 2005 shows that the dengue virus 1 is more closely related to dengue viruses 3 and 4 and relatively distantly to dengue virus 2.
    Matched MeSH terms: Base Sequence
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