Transcriptomic and fluxomic changes in Streptomyces lividans producing heterologous protein

Daniels W, Bouvin J, Busche T, Rückert C, Simoens K, Karamanou S, Van Mellaert L, Frojonsson OH, Nicolai B, Economou A, Kalinowski J, et al. (2018)

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Daniels, Wouter; Bouvin, Jeroen; Busche, TobiasUniBi; Rückert, ChristianUniBi ; Simoens, Kenneth; Karamanou, Spyridoula; Van Mellaert, Lieve; Frojonsson, Olafur H.; Nicolai, Bart; Economou, Anastassios; Kalinowski, Joern; Anne, Jozef
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BackgroundThe Gram-positive Streptomyces lividans TK24 is an attractive host for heterologous protein production because of its high capability to secrete proteinswhich favors correct folding and facilitates downstream processingas well as its acceptance of methylated DNA and its low endogeneous protease activity. However, current inconsistencies in protein yields urge for a deeper understanding of the burden of heterologous protein production on the cell. In the current study, transcriptomics and 13C-based fluxomics were exploited to uncover gene expression and metabolic flux changes associated with heterologous protein production. The Rhodothermus marinus thermostable cellulase A (CelA)previously shown to be successfully overexpressed in S.lividanswas taken as an example protein.ResultsRNA-seq and 13C-based metabolic flux analysis were performed on a CelA-producing and an empty-plasmid strain under the same conditions. Differential gene expression, followed by cluster analysis based on co-expression and co-localization, identified transcriptomic responses related to secretion-induced stress and DNA damage. Furthermore, the OsdR regulon (previously associated with hypoxia, oxidative stress, intercellular signaling, and morphological development) was consistently upregulated in the CelA-producing strain and exhibited co-expression with isoenzymes from the pentose phosphate pathway linked to secondary metabolism. Increased expression of these isoenzymes matches to increased fluxes in the pentose phosphate pathway. Additionally, flux maps of the central carbon metabolism show increased flux through the tricarboxylic acid cycle in the CelA-producing strain. Redirection of fluxes in the CelA-producing strain leads to higher production of NADPH, which can only partly be attributed to increased secretion.ConclusionsTranscriptomic and fluxomic changes uncover potential new leads for targeted strain improvement strategies which may ease the secretion stress and metabolic burden associated with heterologous protein synthesis and secretion, and may help create a more consistently performing S.lividans strain. Yet, links to secondary metabolism and redox balancing should be further investigated to fully understand the S.lividans metabolome under heterologous protein production.
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Daniels W, Bouvin J, Busche T, et al. Transcriptomic and fluxomic changes in Streptomyces lividans producing heterologous protein. MICROBIAL CELL FACTORIES. 2018;17(1): 198.
Daniels, W., Bouvin, J., Busche, T., Rückert, C., Simoens, K., Karamanou, S., Van Mellaert, L., et al. (2018). Transcriptomic and fluxomic changes in Streptomyces lividans producing heterologous protein. MICROBIAL CELL FACTORIES, 17(1), 198. doi:10.1186/s12934-018-1040-6
Daniels, Wouter, Bouvin, Jeroen, Busche, Tobias, Rückert, Christian, Simoens, Kenneth, Karamanou, Spyridoula, Van Mellaert, Lieve, et al. 2018. “Transcriptomic and fluxomic changes in Streptomyces lividans producing heterologous protein”. MICROBIAL CELL FACTORIES 17 (1): 198.
Daniels, W., Bouvin, J., Busche, T., Rückert, C., Simoens, K., Karamanou, S., Van Mellaert, L., Frojonsson, O. H., Nicolai, B., Economou, A., et al. (2018). Transcriptomic and fluxomic changes in Streptomyces lividans producing heterologous protein. MICROBIAL CELL FACTORIES 17:198.
Daniels, W., et al., 2018. Transcriptomic and fluxomic changes in Streptomyces lividans producing heterologous protein. MICROBIAL CELL FACTORIES, 17(1): 198.
W. Daniels, et al., “Transcriptomic and fluxomic changes in Streptomyces lividans producing heterologous protein”, MICROBIAL CELL FACTORIES, vol. 17, 2018, : 198.
Daniels, W., Bouvin, J., Busche, T., Rückert, C., Simoens, K., Karamanou, S., Van Mellaert, L., Frojonsson, O.H., Nicolai, B., Economou, A., Kalinowski, J., Anne, J., Bernaerts, K.: Transcriptomic and fluxomic changes in Streptomyces lividans producing heterologous protein. MICROBIAL CELL FACTORIES. 17, : 198 (2018).
Daniels, Wouter, Bouvin, Jeroen, Busche, Tobias, Rückert, Christian, Simoens, Kenneth, Karamanou, Spyridoula, Van Mellaert, Lieve, Frojonsson, Olafur H., Nicolai, Bart, Economou, Anastassios, Kalinowski, Joern, Anne, Jozef, and Bernaerts, Kristel. “Transcriptomic and fluxomic changes in Streptomyces lividans producing heterologous protein”. MICROBIAL CELL FACTORIES 17.1 (2018): 198.

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