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Researchers report the genome sequence of Cupriavidus necator JMP134, a β-proteobacterium and pollutant degrader, in PLoS ONE this week. Its genome consists of two chromosomes and two plasmids containing 6,631 protein-coding genes. C. necator JMP134 shows the potential for catabolosim of "almost all" proteinogenic amino acids, the researchers note.

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