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Título: New ΦBT1 site-specific integrative vectors with neutral phenotype in Streptomyces
Autores: Gonzalez Quiñonez, Nathaly del Valle
López García, María Teresa
Yagüe Menendez, Paula
Rioseras De Bustos, Beatriz
Pisciotta, Annalisa
Alduina, Rosa
Manteca Fernandez, Ángel
Fecha Edición: Mar-2016
Cita Bibliográfica: Gonzalez-Quiñonez, N., López-García, M. T., Yagüe, P., Rioseras, B., Pisciotta, A., Alduina, R., y Manteca, Á. New ΦBT1 site-specific integrative vectors with neutral phenotype in Streptomyces. Appl. Microbiol. and Biotechnol. 2016; 100(6): 2797-2808.
Resumen: Integrative plasmids are one of the best options to introduce genes in low copy and in a stable form into bacteria. The ΦC31-derived plasmids constitute the most common integrative vectors used in Streptomyces. They integrate at different positions (attB and pseudo-attB sites) generating different mutations. The less common ΦBT1-derived vectors integrate at the unique attB site localized in the SCO4848 gene (S. coelicolor genome) or their orthologues in other streptomycetes. This work demonstrates that disruption of SCO4848 generates a delay in spore germination. SCO4848 is cotranscribed with SCO4849, and the spore germination phenotype is complemented by SCO4849. Plasmids pNG1–4 were created by modifying the ΦBT1 integrative vector pMS82 by introducing a copy of SCO4849 under the control of the promoter region of SCO4848. pNG2 and pNG4 also included a copy of the PermE* in order to facilitate gene overexpression. pNG3 and pNG4 harboured a copy of the bla gene (ampicillin resistance) to facilitate selection in E. coli. pNG1–4 are the only integrative vectors designed to produce a neutral phenotype when they are integrated into the Streptomyces genome. The experimental approach developed in this work can be applied to create phenotypically neutral integrative plasmids in other bacteria.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/6742
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