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Tipo: Artigo
Título: Distribution and genetic diversity of bacteriocin gene clusters in rumen microbial genomes
Autor(es): Azevedo, Analice C.
Bento, Cláudia B. P.
Ruiz, Jeronimo C.
Queiroz, Marisa V.
Mantovani, Hilário C.
Abstract: Some species of ruminal bacteria are known to produce antimicrobial peptides, but the screening procedures have mostly been based on in vitro assays using standardized methods. Recent sequencing efforts have made available the genome sequences of hundreds of ruminal microorganisms. In this work, we performed genome mining of the complete and partial genome sequences of 224 ruminal bacteria and 5 ruminal archaea to determine the distribution and diversity of bacteriocin gene clusters. A total of 46 bacteriocin gene clusters were identified in 33 strains of ruminal bacteria. Twenty gene clusters were related to lanthipeptide biosynthesis, while 11 gene clusters were associated with sactipeptide production, 7 gene clusters were associated with class II bacteriocin production, and 8 gene clusters were associated with class III bacteriocin production. The frequency of strains whose genomes encode putative antimicrobial peptide precursors was 14.4%. Clusters related to the production of sactipeptides were identified for the first time among ruminal bacteria. BLAST analysis indicated that the majority of the gene clusters (88%) encoding putative lanthipeptides contained all the essential genes required for lanthipeptide biosynthesis. Most strains of Streptococcus (66.6%) harbored complete lanthipeptide gene clusters, in addition to an open reading frame encoding a putative class II bacteriocin. Albusin B-like proteins were found in 100% of the Ruminococcus albus strains screened in this study. The in silico analysis provided evidence of novel biosynthetic gene clusters in bacterial species not previously related to bacteriocin production, suggesting that the rumen microbiota represents an underexplored source of antimicrobial peptides.
Palavras-chave: Bacteriocin gene clusters
Rumen microbial genomes
Editor: Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Tipo de Acesso: American Society for Microbiology
URI: https://doi.org/10.1128/AEM.01223-15
http://www.locus.ufv.br/handle/123456789/19210
Data do documento: 2-Ago-2015
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