Complete genome sequence of candidate probiotic Limosilactobacillus fermentuum KUFM407
It has been reported that the administration of <italic>Limosilactobacillus fermentum</italic> alleviates diseases such as osteoporosis and colitis. In this study, we report the complete genome sequence of <italic>Limosilactobacillus</italic> <italic>fermentum</italic> KUFM407, a probiotic strain of LAB isolated from Korean traditional fermented food, Kimchi. Whole genome sequencing of <italic>L. fermentum</italic> KUFM407 was performed on the Illumina MiSeq and Oxford Nanopore MinION platform. The genome consisted of one circular chromosome (2,077,616 bp) with a GC content of 51.5% and one circular plasmid sequence (13,931 bp). Genome annotation identified 1,932 protein-coding genes, 15 rRNAs, and 58 tRNAs in the assembly. The function annotation of the predicted proteins revealed genes involved in the biosynthesis of bacteriocin and fatty acids. The complete genome of <italic>L. fermentum</italic> KUFM407 could provide valuable information for the development of new probiotic food and health supplements.