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Streptomyces strains are well known as promising source of bioactive secondary metabolites, important in ecology, biotechnology and medicine. In this study, we present the draft genome of the new type strain Streptomyces tunisialbus DSM 105760T (= JCM 32165T), a rhizospheric bacterium with antimicrobial activity. The genome is 6,880,753 bp in size (average GC content, 71.85%) and encodes 5802 protein-coding genes. Preliminary analysis with antiSMASH 5.1.2. reveals 34 predicted gene clusters fordoi:10.1007/s00203-020-01913-z pmid:32474644 fatcat:fecdgwhw2jcj3eo7gz3rkc5iky