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Resultat
Vitenskapelig foredrag
2009

THE METABOLIC SWITCH IN STREPTOMYCES COELICOLOR STUDIED BY HIGH TIME-RESOLUTION ‘OMICS ANALYSIS OF CLOSELY-MONITORED SUBMERGED BATCH CULTIVATIONS

Bidragsytere:
  • Wentzel Alexander
  • Håvard Sletta og
  • Trond Erling Ellingsen

Presentasjon

Navn på arrangementet: International Symposium on the Biology of Actinomycetes
Sted: Shanghai
Dato fra: 1. januar 2009
Dato til: 31. desember 2009

Om resultatet

Vitenskapelig foredrag
Publiseringsår: 2009

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SINTEF AS-ID: S12534

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Tittel

THE METABOLIC SWITCH IN STREPTOMYCES COELICOLOR STUDIED BY HIGH TIME-RESOLUTION ‘OMICS ANALYSIS OF CLOSELY-MONITORED SUBMERGED BATCH CULTIVATIONS

Sammendrag

Streptomyces coelicolor is the most intensively studied and a model member of the genus Streptomyces, and the number of genes encoded in its genome is among the highest of any bacterium known to date [1]. During cultivation, a culture of S. coelicolor undergoes a comprehensive metabolic rearrangement in response to environmental changes (e.g. nutrient limitation), leading to a transition from growth to secondary metabolite production phase. This transition is assumed to be controlled by a complex regulatory network rather than by individual global regulators [2]. The SysMO (STREAM) project heads for a detailed molecular understanding and characterization of this regulatory network by a systems biology approach involving combination of full-scale ‘omics analysis of high time-resolution samplings, and mathematical modelling.To ensure the required degree of reproducibility in batch cultivations of S. coelicolor, suitable media and cultivation conditions were developed along with a set of methods for closely monitoring fermentation and culture growth parameters, nutrient and secondary metabolite production levels. Several full-scale time-series sampling experiments involving different strains and media conditions have been performed so far, yielding material for ‘omics data generation and subsequent modelling attempts. From the first transcriptome analyses using a new custom-designed Affymetrix microarray, we were able to precisely profile expression changes and allocate them to specific time points of cultivation, thereby re-constructing the series of major expression changes of gene clusters in response to the phosphate depletion event during cultivation. From these data, we find that the metabolic switch actually consists of multiple finely orchestrated switching events starting already many hours before the classically defined transition phase. The main switch in gene expression occurs within only two hours, with changes in antibiotic biosynthesis genes being delayed

Bidragsytere

Wentzel Alexander

  • Tilknyttet:
    Forfatter
    ved Bioteknologi og nanomedisin ved SINTEF AS

Håvard Sletta

  • Tilknyttet:
    Forfatter
    ved Bioteknologi og nanomedisin ved SINTEF AS

Trond Erling Ellingsen

  • Tilknyttet:
    Forfatter
    ved Bioteknologi og nanomedisin ved SINTEF AS
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