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Research Article

Bacterial Diversity and Bioremediation Potential of the Highly Contaminated Marine Sediments at El-Max District (Egypt, Mediterranean Sea)

Table 5

Phylogenetic identification of bacteria from sequenced DGGE bands (see Figure 4 for band correspondence). The column “Environment” reports the habitat in which the “Closest relative” sequence present in NCBI database was detected.

BandSampleClosest relative (Acc. No.)Identity (%)PhylumEnvironment

1P1Unc. Bacterium (FR851749)99ActinobacteriaCoral reef sands
2P1Unc. Acidobacteria (JF344347)97AcidobacteriaOil-polluted sediments
3P3Unc. Bacterium (FR851749)99ActinobacteriaCoral reef sands
4Q2Unc. Bacterium (JN453366)95BacteroidetesHypersaline microbial mat
5Q2Unc. Bacterium (JN470103)96BacteroidetesHypersaline microbial mat
6Q2Unc. Bacterium (JN530286)98SpirochaetesHypersaline microbial mat
7Q3Unc. Bacterium (JN530286)97SpirochaetesHypersaline microbial mat
8R3Unc. Bacterium (KC574864)95Bacteroidetes
9R3Unc. Bacterium (KC574864)94BacteroidetesHypersaline microbial mat
10S1Unc. Bacterium (JN529047)93BacteroidetesHypersaline microbial mat
11S1Unc. Bacteroidetes (AF507860)97BacteroidetesMeromictic soda lake
12S1Unc. Bacterium (KF268891)99BacteroidetesMarine sediment
13S3Unc. Bacteroidetes (AF507860)97BacteroidetesMeromictic soda lake
14S3Unc. Bacterium (KF268891)99BacteroidetesMarine sediment