Insertion sequence elements in Cupriavidus metallidurans CH34: Distribution and role in adaptation

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title = "Insertion sequence elements in Cupriavidus metallidurans CH34: Distribution and role in adaptation",
abstract = "Cupriavidus metallidurans CH34 is a b-proteobacterium well equipped to cope with harsh environmental conditions such as heavy metal pollution. The strain a considerable number of mobile genetic elements. All IS elements were characterized in detail in this study, which revealed nine new IS elements totaling to 21 distinct IS elements from 10 different IS families and reaching a total of 57 intact IS copies in CH34. Analysis of all fully sequenced bacterial genomes revealed that relatives of these IS elements were mostly found in the Burkholderiaceae family to which C. metallidurans belongs. Three IS elements were 100{\%} conserved in other bacteria suggesting recent interaction and horizontal transfer between these strains. A number of these IS elements were associated with genomic islands, gene inactivation or rearrangements that alter the autotrophic growth capacities of CH34. The latter rearrangements gave the first molecular evidence for the mutator phenotype that is characteristic for various C. metallidurans strains.Differntial expression of some IS elements was found under heavy metal stress, an environmental stress to which C. metallidurans CH34 is well adapted. These observations indicate that these IS elements play an active role in C. metallidurans CH34 lifestyle, including its metabolic potential and adaptation under selective pressure.",
keywords = "CH34, insertion sequence, autotrophy, mutator phenotype, heavy metal, burkholderiaceae",
author = "Kristel Mijnendonckx and Ann Provoost and Pieter Monsieurs and Natalie Leys and Max Mergeay and Jacques Mahillon and {Van Houdt}, Rob",
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year = "2010",
month = "1",
day = "1",
doi = "10.1016/j.plasmid.2010.12.006",
language = "English",
volume = "65",
pages = "193--203",
journal = "Plasmid",
issn = "0147-619X",
publisher = "Elsevier",
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T1 - Insertion sequence elements in Cupriavidus metallidurans CH34: Distribution and role in adaptation

AU - Mijnendonckx, Kristel

AU - Provoost, Ann

AU - Monsieurs, Pieter

AU - Leys, Natalie

AU - Mergeay, Max

AU - Mahillon, Jacques

AU - Van Houdt, Rob

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N2 - Cupriavidus metallidurans CH34 is a b-proteobacterium well equipped to cope with harsh environmental conditions such as heavy metal pollution. The strain a considerable number of mobile genetic elements. All IS elements were characterized in detail in this study, which revealed nine new IS elements totaling to 21 distinct IS elements from 10 different IS families and reaching a total of 57 intact IS copies in CH34. Analysis of all fully sequenced bacterial genomes revealed that relatives of these IS elements were mostly found in the Burkholderiaceae family to which C. metallidurans belongs. Three IS elements were 100% conserved in other bacteria suggesting recent interaction and horizontal transfer between these strains. A number of these IS elements were associated with genomic islands, gene inactivation or rearrangements that alter the autotrophic growth capacities of CH34. The latter rearrangements gave the first molecular evidence for the mutator phenotype that is characteristic for various C. metallidurans strains.Differntial expression of some IS elements was found under heavy metal stress, an environmental stress to which C. metallidurans CH34 is well adapted. These observations indicate that these IS elements play an active role in C. metallidurans CH34 lifestyle, including its metabolic potential and adaptation under selective pressure.

AB - Cupriavidus metallidurans CH34 is a b-proteobacterium well equipped to cope with harsh environmental conditions such as heavy metal pollution. The strain a considerable number of mobile genetic elements. All IS elements were characterized in detail in this study, which revealed nine new IS elements totaling to 21 distinct IS elements from 10 different IS families and reaching a total of 57 intact IS copies in CH34. Analysis of all fully sequenced bacterial genomes revealed that relatives of these IS elements were mostly found in the Burkholderiaceae family to which C. metallidurans belongs. Three IS elements were 100% conserved in other bacteria suggesting recent interaction and horizontal transfer between these strains. A number of these IS elements were associated with genomic islands, gene inactivation or rearrangements that alter the autotrophic growth capacities of CH34. The latter rearrangements gave the first molecular evidence for the mutator phenotype that is characteristic for various C. metallidurans strains.Differntial expression of some IS elements was found under heavy metal stress, an environmental stress to which C. metallidurans CH34 is well adapted. These observations indicate that these IS elements play an active role in C. metallidurans CH34 lifestyle, including its metabolic potential and adaptation under selective pressure.

KW - CH34

KW - insertion sequence

KW - autotrophy

KW - mutator phenotype

KW - heavy metal

KW - burkholderiaceae

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