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Azoarcus are known to contain bacterial strains usually found in contaminated areas. Two strains of Azoarcus sp., TSPY31 and TSNA42, were isolated from oil-contaminated marine tidal flats, and their genomic structures were analyzed. The genomes of both TSPY31 and TSNA42 were composed of a single complete chromosome of 4,572,082 bp (G + C content: 63.2%) and 4,886,934 bp (G + C content: 62.8%), respectively. Both genomes were found to contain two copies of styrene monooxygenases that aredoi:10.1007/978-3-662-03779-9_25 fatcat:vpn5b4z6zvcqbd2nhgg65lpkuq