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Metaproteome analysis of two synthetic bacterial consortia

ABSTRACT: Two synthetic bacterial consortia (SC) composed by bacterial strains isolated from a natural phenanthrene-degrading consortium (CON), Sphingobium sp. AM, Klebsiella aerogenes B, Pseudomonas sp. Bc-h and T, Burkholderia sp. Bk and Inquilinus limosus Inq were grown in LMM supplemented with 200 mg/L of phenanthrene (PHN) during 72 hours in triplicate.


ORGANISM(S): Pseudomonas sp.   Klebsiella aerogenes   Inquilinus limosus   Sphingobium sp. AM   Burkholderia sp. Bk  

TISSUE(S): Tissue Not Applicable To Dataset

DISEASE(S): Not Available

SUBMITTER: Marianela Macchi  

LAB HEAD: Bibiana Marina Coppotelli

PROVIDER: PXD022882 | Pride | 2021-09-09


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Design and evaluation of synthetic bacterial consortia for optimized phenanthrene degradation through the integration of genomics and shotgun proteomics.

Macchi Marianela M   Festa Sabrina S   Nieto Esteban E   Irazoqui José M JM   Vega-Vela Nelson E NE   Junca Howard H   Valacco María P MP   Amadio Ariel F AF   Morelli Irma S IS   Coppotelli Bibiana M BM  

Biotechnology reports (Amsterdam, Netherlands) 20210106

Two synthetic bacterial consortia (SC) composed of bacterial strains <i>Sphingobium</i> sp. (AM), <i>Klebsiella aerogenes</i> (B), <i>Pseudomonas</i> sp. (Bc-h and T), <i>Burkholderia</i> sp. (Bk) and <i>Inquilinus limosus</i> (Inq) isolated from a natural phenanthrene (PHN)-degrading consortium (CON) were developed and evaluated as an alternative approach to PHN biodegradation in bioremediation processes. A metabolic network showing the potential role of strains was reconstructed by <i>in silic  ...[more]

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