TABLE 1.

Anomalous Bacteria 16S rRNA gene sequence records from type strains

Accession no.NameLocation of anomaly relative to E. coli (bases)Description
D17751 Leucobacter komagatae IFO15245T60-220Anomaly near 5′ end; likely sequencing error
D21342 Microbacterium imperiale IFO 12610T230Anomaly at 5′ end; likely sequencing error
D21344 Microbacterium laevaniformans IFO 14471T90-220Anomaly near 5′ end; likely sequencing error
AJ242532 Arthrobacter flavus CMS-19Y1,130-1,420Anomaly near 3′ end; likely sequencing error
AJ233946 Nannocystis exedens Na e1730-840Anomaly near middle; likely sequencing error
D21245 Luteococcus japonicus IFO12422240, 680-790Anomaly at 5′ end and in middle; likely sequencing errors
AF195797 Thermoanaerobacter subterraneus SEBR 7858; LA61800-960Anomaly near middle; likely sequencing error
D21343 Microbacterium lacticum IFO 14135T70-240Anomaly near 5′ end; likely sequencing error
Z49116 Halanaerobium saccharolyticum subsp. senegalense DSM 73791,320-1,450Anomaly near 3′ end; likely sequencing error
D21339 Microbacterium arborescens IFO 3750T230Practically identical to D21342
D21341 Microbacterium dextranolyticum IFO 14592T60-240Anomaly near 5′ end; likely sequencing error (only visible with RDP alignment)
AB013297 Vibrio rumoiensis S-1500?Anomaly near 5′ end; likely sequencing error (only visible with RDP alignment)
D17527 Kineococcus aurantiacus IFO 1526870-240Anomaly near 5′ end; likely sequencing error
AJ272391 Lactobacillus psittaci 790Two-fragment chimera with 5′ end practically identical to Lactobacillus jensenii (AF243159 ) and 3′ end practically identical to Lactobacillus vaginalis (AF243154 )
U10877 Riemerella anatipestifer ATCC 11845790, 1,130Three-fragment chimera with middle fragment of γ-Proteobacteria origin; fragments one and three derive from the same Bacteroidetes origin