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Sunday, May 31
Session 072: Mobile DNA and Genome Plasticity
2:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. | La Nouvelle Orleans Ballroom B (Second Level)
Extensive DNA Inversions and Excisions in Two Type I Restriction Modification Loci Enhance Epigenetic Diversification of Streptococcus pneumoniae
J. Li, Tsinghua Univ., Beijing, China

Session 062: Carbapenemases: A Global Scourge
3:00 p.m. – 3:20 p.m. | Meeting Room 339
Second and Third Generation Sequencing of Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae to Track Transmissions, Design Genomics-Based Diagnostics and Capture the Diversity of KPCPositive Plasmids
Julia Segre NIH, Bethesda, MD

Program Presentations

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  • 397. Comparative Analysis of Twenty-four Complete Genome Sequences of “Salmonella enterica” Serotypes Anatum, Montevideo, Typhimurium and Newport Isolated from Ground Beef or Asymptomatic Cattle on Farm or at Harvest
    D. M. Brichta-Harhay et al. USDA ARS U.S. Meat Animal Res. Ctr.

  • 398. The genome sequence of an insect pathogenic bacterium Photorhabdus temperata M1021
    S-J. Hong et al. Sch. of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook Natl. Univ.

  • 899. Whole Genome Comparison of Two Chryseobacterium gallinarum Strains Provides Insights into Their Keratin

    G-S. Park et al. Sch. of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook Natl. Univ.
  • 908. Genome of the Erythromycin-Producing, Unicellular Actinomycete Aeromicrobium erythreum
    E. S. Miller et al. North Carolina State Univ.
Monday, June 01
10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • 981. Allelic Variants of blaVIM Reside on Diverse Mobile Genetic Elements in Gramnegative Clinical Isolates from the USA
    A. C. Ong et al. WRAIR

  • 989. Genomics Insights into the Diversification of Pathogenic Campylobacter fetus Subspecies
    B. Duim et al. Utrecht Univ., Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

  • 1105. Phenotypic Switching of Mucoid Pseudomonas aeruginosa to Small Colony Variants in CF Patients Potentiates Biofilm Formation and Persistent Infection
    S. Irvine, Univ. of Glasgow

  • 1252. Diverse Assemblages of AlternativeNitrogenase Genes are Active in Coastal Sediments
    D. L. McRose et al. Princeton Univ

  • 1341. Metagenomes of Native and Electrodeenriched Microbial Communities from the Soudan Iron Mine
    J. P. Badalamenti et al. Univ. of Minnesota

  • 1342. Barcoding Strategies for Multiplexing of Samples Using Single-Molecule, Real Time Sequencing
    W. Lee et al. Pacific Biosciences

  • 1343. Analysis of Full-Length Metagenomic 16S Genes by Single Molecule, Real-Time Sequencing
    A. Sethuraman et al. Pacific Biosciences

  • 1347. Full-length cDNA Sequencing of Prokaryotic Transcriptome and Metatranscriptome Samples
    M. Boitano et al. Pacific Biosciences

  • 1351. Low-Input Long-Read Sequencing for Complete Microbial Genomes and Metagenomic Community Analysis
    C. Heiner et al. Pacific Biosciences

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Poster Presentations
All posters are on display in Exhibit Hall E

Sunday, May 31
10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • 192. Regulation of DNA Phosphorothioate Modification in Bacteria
    S. Chen et al. Wuhan Univ.

  • 214. Genetic and Genomic Analysis of a Gliding Bacterium in the Genus Maribacter
    B. R. K. Roller et al. Michigan State Univ.

  • 285. Predicting Climate Feedbacks: Metabolic Response of Soil Microbial Communities to Phosphorus and Oxygen Availability in Tropical Ecosystems
    E. R. Johnston et al. Georgia Inst. of Technology

  • 392. Whole Genome Sequencing of Trichomonas vaginalis
    J. Harris et al. Roche Molecular Systems, Inc.

  • 394. Comparative Gene Sequencing of Vaccine Candidate Antigens in Plasmodium falciparum
    L. J. Kenefic et al. Dept. of Med. and Res. Technology; Univ. of Maryland Sch. of Med.
2:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
  • 1446. Analysis of Complete Genome Sequence of Bacillus cereus FORC_010, Foodborne Pathogen Isolated from Fresh Kimchi in Korea, and its Virulence Factors
    H. Na et al. Seoul Natl. Univ.

  • 1447. Genomic Examination of the 2011 Group A Streptococcal Scarlet Fever Outbreak in Hong Kong
    M. Walker, Univ. of Queensland

  • 1451. Complete de novo Genome Characterization of Isolates from Outbreaks by Means of PacBio and Illumina Sequencing Technologies
    R. Tobes et al. Era7 Bioinformatics

  • 1624. Assembling, Analyzing, and Closing Microbial Genomes Using PacBio Data in DNASTAR’s Lasergene Genomics Suite
    M. Keyser et al. DNASTAR

  • 1626. The Lactococcal Megaplasmidome 
    P. Kelleher et al. Univ. Coll.

  • 1633. Characterization and Genomic Insights from a Novel Isolate within the Genus
    T. A. Key et al. Louisiana State Univ.

  • 1684. Identification, Dynamics, and Impacts of Extra-Chromosomal Bacteriophage in Staphylococcus aureus
    D. R. Deutsch et al. The Rockefeller Univ.

  • 1709. The Long and Short of It: Combination of Long and Short Read Deep Sequencing Unveils the Evolutionary History and Diversity of Virioplankton
    D. J. Nasko et al. Univ. of Delaware

  • 1715. The World is Your Oyster: Ribonucleotide Reductase Amplicons Reveal Novel and Persistent Viral Populations in Oyster Extrapallial Fluid
    E. Sakowski et al. Univ. of Delaware
Tuesday, June 02
10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • 1978. Characterization of Bacterial Genomic Reference Materials
    N. D. Olson et al. Natl. Inst. of Standards & Technology

  • 2059. Single-Strand Specific, Plasmid Borne DNA Methyltransferases M.BceJIII and M.EcoGIX May Be Involved in the Regulation of Plasmid Replication
    A. I. Fomenkov et al. New England Biolabs

  • 2256. Bioinformatics Analysis Pipeline for Rapid Molecular Detection and Characterization of Atypical Bacteria that
    Cause Pneumonia
    S. S. Morrison et al. CDC

  • 2259. Genome Mining for Secondary Metabolites and Epigenomics for Two Soil Actinomycetales Co-Isolates
    R. M. Mariita et al. Auburn Univ.

  • 2260. Next-Generation Sequencing Provides Rapid Trace-back to Food Sources during a Foodborne Outbreak of Salmonellosis
    Y. Luo et al. FDA/CFSAN

  • 2265. Joint Analysis of Bacterial DNA Methylation, Predicted Promoter and Regulation Motifs for Biological Significance
    G. P. Harhay et al. USDA-ARS U.S. Meat Animal Res. Ctr.

  • 2269. Application of Multiple Sequencing Platforms for Determination of the Complete Sequence of Pseudomonas fluorescens strain NCIMB 11764
    L. B. Jones et al. Univ. of North Texas

  • 2272. Improved OTU-picking Using Longread Bacterial 16S Amplicon Sequencing and Generic Hierarchical Clustering
    O. Franzén et al. Icahn Sch. of Med. at MountSinai
2:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.
  • 2491. The Isolation, Sequencing And Transposon Mutagenesis of a Newly Isolated Janthinobacterium sp. in Woods Hole, MA during the Microbial Diversity Summer Course 2014
    A.F. Sarno et al. California Inst. of Technology

  • 2544. Profiling Metagenomic Communities Using Circular Consensus and Single Molecule, Real-Time Sequencing
    R. J. Hall et al, Pacific Biosciences

  • 2691. Multiple Mechanisms Regulate Restriction-Modification System Diversity in Eleven Bovine Pathogenic Strains
    B. P. Anton et al. New England Biolabs

  • 2715. Full-Length HIV-1 env Deep Sequencing in a Donor with Broadly Neutralizing V1/V2 Antibodies
    M. L. Smith et al. Pacific Biosciences

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