The clc element of Pseudomonas sp strain B13, a genomic island with various catabolic properties

Gaillard M, Vallaeys T, Vorhölter F-J, Minoia M, Werlen C, Sentchilo V, Pühler A, van der Meer JR (2006)
JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY 188(5): 1999-2013.

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Pseudomonas sp. strain B13 is a bacterium known to degrade chloroaromatic compounds. The properties to use 3- and 4-chlorocatechol are determined by a self-transferable DNA element, the clc element, which normally resides at two locations in the cell's chromosome. Here we report the complete nucleotide sequence of the clc element, demonstrating the unique catabolic properties while showing its relatedness to genomic islands and integrative and conjugative elements rather than to other known catabolic plasmids. As far as catabolic functions, the clc element harbored, in addition to the genes for chlorocatechol degradation, a complete functional operon for 2-aminophenol degradation and genes for a putative aromatic compound transport protein and for a multicomponent aromatic ring dioxygenase similar to anthranilate hydroxylase. The genes for catabolic functions were inducible under various conditions, suggesting a network of catabolic pathway induction. For about half of the open reading frames (OPFs) on the clc element, no clear functional prediction could be given, although some indications were found for functions that were similar to plasmid conjugation. The region in which these ORFs were situated displayed a high overall conservation of nucleotide sequence and gene order to genomic regions in other recently completed bacterial genomes or to other genomic islands. Most notably, except for two discrete regions, the clc element was almost 100% identical over the whole length to a chromosomal region in Burkholderia xenovorans LB400. This indicates the dynamic evolution of this type of element and the continued transition between elements with a more pathogenic character and those with catabolic properties.
Erscheinungsjahr
2006
Zeitschriftentitel
JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
Band
188
Ausgabe
5
Seite(n)
1999-2013
ISSN
0021-9193
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1600185

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Gaillard M, Vallaeys T, Vorhölter F-J, et al. The clc element of Pseudomonas sp strain B13, a genomic island with various catabolic properties. JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY. 2006;188(5):1999-2013.
Gaillard, M., Vallaeys, T., Vorhölter, F. - J., Minoia, M., Werlen, C., Sentchilo, V., Pühler, A., et al. (2006). The clc element of Pseudomonas sp strain B13, a genomic island with various catabolic properties. JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY, 188(5), 1999-2013. doi:10.1128/JB.188.5.1999-2013.2006
Gaillard, M., Vallaeys, T., Vorhölter, F. - J., Minoia, M., Werlen, C., Sentchilo, V., Pühler, A., and van der Meer, J. R. (2006). The clc element of Pseudomonas sp strain B13, a genomic island with various catabolic properties. JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY 188, 1999-2013.
Gaillard, M., et al., 2006. The clc element of Pseudomonas sp strain B13, a genomic island with various catabolic properties. JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY, 188(5), p 1999-2013.
M. Gaillard, et al., “The clc element of Pseudomonas sp strain B13, a genomic island with various catabolic properties”, JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY, vol. 188, 2006, pp. 1999-2013.
Gaillard, M., Vallaeys, T., Vorhölter, F.-J., Minoia, M., Werlen, C., Sentchilo, V., Pühler, A., van der Meer, J.R.: The clc element of Pseudomonas sp strain B13, a genomic island with various catabolic properties. JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY. 188, 1999-2013 (2006).
Gaillard, M, Vallaeys, T, Vorhölter, Frank-Jörg, Minoia, M, Werlen, C, Sentchilo, V, Pühler, Alfred, and van der Meer, JR. “The clc element of Pseudomonas sp strain B13, a genomic island with various catabolic properties”. JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY 188.5 (2006): 1999-2013.

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