"SprI/SprR Quorum Sensing System of Serratia proteamaculans 94"статья

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[1] spri/sprr quorum sensing system of serratia proteamaculans 94 / Y. Zaitseva, O. Koksharova, V. Lipasova et al. // BioMed Research International. — 2019. — Vol. 2019. — P. 3865780. In this study, we investigated the quorum sensing (QS) regulatory system of the psychrotrophic strain Serratia proteamaculans 94 isolated from spoiled refrigerated meat. -e strain produced several N-acyl-L-homoserine-lactone (AHL) QS signal molecules, with N-(3-oxo-hexanoyl)-L-homoserine lactone and N-(3-hydroxy-hexanoyl)-L-homoserine lactone as two main types. -e sprI and sprR genes encoding an AHL synthase and a receptor regulatory protein, respectively, were cloned and sequenced. Analysis of their nucleotide sequence showed that these genes were transcribed convergently and that their reading frames partly overlapped by 23 bp in the terminal regions. -e genes were highly similar to the luxI/luxR-type QS genes of other Gram-negative bacteria. An spr-box (analog of the lux-box) was identified upstream of the sprR gene and found to be overlapped with the sequence of − 10 sequence site in the promoter region of this gene. Inactivation of the sprI gene led to the absence of AHL synthesis, chitinolytic activity, and swimming motility; decrease of extracellular proteolytic activity; affected the cellular fatty acid composition; and reduced suppression of the fungal plant pathogen mycelium growth by volatile compounds emitted by strain S. proteamaculans 94. -e data obtained demonstrated the important role of the QS system in the regulation of cellular processes in S. proteamaculans 94. [ DOI ]

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