References for Acanthamoeba mitochondrial rRNA sequences

Mitochondrial genome-specific references:
Amaral-Zettler,L.A., Zettler,E.R., Theroux,S.M., Palacios,C., Aguilera,A. and Amils,R.  2011.  Microbial community structure across the tree of life in the extreme Rio Tinto. ISME J 5 (1), 42-50.
Accession number: FN860522

Burger G, Plante I, Lonergan KM, Gray MW. 1995.  The mitochondrial DNA of the amoeboid protozoon Acanthamoeba castellanii: complete sequence, gene content and genome organization.  J Mol Biol. 1995 Feb 3;245(5):522-37.
Accession number: U12, 386

Feinstein,L.M., Sul,W.J. and Blackwood,C.B. 2009. Assessment of bias associated with incomplete extraction of microbial DNA from soil. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75 (16), 5428-5433.
Accession number: FJ257314; FJ257664; FJ258700; GQ219460

Fuerst, P.A., Booton, G.C. and Crary, M. 2015. Mt-DNA 16S-like sequences from isolates of Acanthamoeba.  Unpublished.
Accession number: (4 undeposited sequences)

Gauzere,C., Moletta-Denat,M., Blanquart,H., Ferreira,S., Moularat,S., Godon,J.-J. and Robine,E.
‘Core species’ of three indoor air samples belong to human microenvironment not to outdoor air. Unpublished.
Accession number: JQ074314; JQ075169

Hertz-Fowler, C., Noyes, H., Brenchley, R., Goodhead, I., Hall, N., and D’Amore, R. 2015. Direct Submission of Acanthamoeba genome sequences.
Accession number: [Mt-DNA 16S-like sequences from 14 isolates used in whole-genome sequencing projects CDEZ01, and  CDFA01, CDFB01, CDFC01,  CDFD01, CDFE01, CDFF01, CDFG01, CDFH01, CDFI01, CDFJ01, CDFK01, CDFL01, and  CDFN01]

Karlyshev,A.V. and Vieira,A.  2015.  Complete sequence of mtDNA of Acanthamoeba polyphaga strain Linc Ap-1.  Unpublished.
Accession number: KP054475

Ledee,D.R., Booton,G.C., Awwad,M.H., Sharma,S., Aggarwal,R.K., Niszl,I.A., Markus,M.B., Fuerst,P.A. and Byers,T.J.  2003.  Advantages of using mitochondrial 16S rDNA sequences to classify clinical isolates of Acanthamoeba. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 44 (3), 1142-1149.
Accession number: AF479496 – AF479563

Liu,H., Moon,E.K., Yu,H.S., Jeong,H.J., Hong,Y.C., Kong,H.H. and Chung,D.I. 2005. Evaluation of taxonomic validity of four species of Acanthamoeba: A. divionensis, A. paradivionensis, A. mauritaniensis, and A. rhysodes, inferred from molecular analyses. Korean J. Parasitol. 43 (1), 7-13.
Accession number: EU515177 – EU515180

Lonergan,K.M. and Gray,M.W.  1994. The ribosomal RNA gene region in Acanthamoeba castellanii mitochondrial DNA. A case of evolutionary transfer of introns between mitochondria and plastids?  J. Mol. Biol. 239 (4), 476-499.
Accession number: U03732    

Lorenzo-Morales,J., Ortega-Rivas,A., Martinez,E., Khoubbane,M., Artigas,P., Periago,M.V.,  Foronda,P., Abreu-Acosta,N., Valladares,B. and Mas-Coma,S.  2006. Acanthamoeba isolates belonging to T1, T2, T3, T4 and T7 genotypes from environmental freshwater samples in the Nile Delta region, Egypt. Acta Trop. 100 (1-2), 63-69.
Accession number: DQ992191

Macedo,A.J., Kuhlicke,U., Neu,T.R., Timmis,K.N. and Abraham,W.R. . 2005. Three stages of a biofilm community developing at the liquid-liquid interface between polychlorinated biphenyls and water. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 71 (11), 7301-7309.
Accession number: AJ884746

Rahman,M.M., Yagita,K., Kobayashi,A., Oikawa,Y., Hussein,A.I., Matsumura,T. and Tokoro,M.  2013. Genetic Characterization of Clinical Acanthamoeba Isolates from Japan using Nuclear and Mitochondrial Small Subunit Ribosomal RNA. Korean J. Parasitol. 51 (4), 401-411.
Accession number: AB795705 – AB795718, plus 13 sequences undeposited but identified in full by identity with other sequences

Taketani,R.G., Cannavan,F.S., Jesus,E., Tiedje,J.W. and Tsai,S.M.  2010.  Bacterial community composition of anthropogenic biochar and Amazonian anthrosols. Unpublished.
Accession number: FR678014; FR680785; FR680997

Teixeira,L.C., Peixoto,R.S., Cury,J.C., Sul,W.J., Pellizari,V.H., Tiedje,J. and Rosado,A.S.  2010.  Bacterial diversity in rhizosphere soil from Antarctic vascular plants of Admiralty Bay, maritime Antarctica. ISME J. 4: 989-1001.
Accession number: GU018831; GU021583; GQ219460; GU022476; GU022957; GU027335; GU027986; GU037509;  GU042154

Ying-Hua Xuan, Byung-Suk Chung, Yeon-Chul Hong, Hyun-Hee Kong, Tae-Won Hahn, and Dong-Il Chung.  2008.  Keratitis by Acanthamoeba triangularis: Report of Cases and Characterization of Isolates. Korean J Parasitol. 46: 157–164.
Accession number: EU515181 – EU515183; EU572722; EU670681

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