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Re-classification of Streptomyces venezuelae strains and mining secondary metabolite biosynthetic gene clusters

ABSTRACT: Summary Streptomyces species have attracted considerable interest as a reservoir of medically important secondary metabolites, which are even diverse and different between strains. Here, we reassess ten Streptomyces venezuelae strains by presenting the highly resolved classification, using 16S rRNA sequencing, MALDI-TOF MS protein profiling, and whole-genome sequencing. The results revealed that seven of the ten strains were misclassified as S. venezuelae species. Secondary metabolite biosynthetic gene cluster (smBGC) mining and targeted LC-MS/MS based metabolite screening of S. venezuelae and misclassified strains identified in total 59 secondary metabolites production. In addition, a comparison of pyrrolamide-type antibiotic BGCs of four misclassified strains, followed by functional genomics, revealed that athv28 is critical in the synthesis of the anthelvencin precursor, 5-amino-3,4-dihydro-2H-pyrrole-2-carboxylate (ADPC). Our findings illustrate the importance of the accurate classification and better utilization of misclassified Streptomyces strains to discover smBGCs and their secondary metabolite products. Graphical abstract Highlights • Seven out of ten Streptomyces venezuelae strains were misclassified• 59secondary metabolites productions were identified from the ten strains• Athv28 converts glutamine to ADPC, the most important anthelvencin precursor Microbiology; Microbial genomics; Phylogeny; Metabolomics

PROVIDER: S-EPMC8627960 | BioStudies |

REPOSITORIES: biostudies

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