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Ic alkaline phosphatase (phoX) and also the transcriptional activator of exopolysaccharide II

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Pressbox (Press Release) - Consequently, the genes which might be a a part of NSR (Cluster I and II) and are differentially expressed in ammonium grown RmDglnD-sm and Rm could be potential targets of GlnD-dependent regulation that does not depend on GlnBK. We have identified many prospective targets for such regulation. Beneath high nitrogen, the expression of your liv highaffinity branched-chain amino acid transporter operon was repressed by GlnD truncation (Cluster I.II). Earlier studies in R. leguminosarum showed that branched-chain amino acid transport was important in the regulation of nitrogen exchange the R. leguminosarum ea symbiosis and that mutational disruption of this transport contributed to a Fix+ Eff CEP-37440 custom synthesis phenotype somewhat related towards the phenotype of RmDglnD-sm. Several genes vital for symbiotic nitrogen fixation, like the transcriptional regulators fixT, fixT, fixK and fixK-like regulator (SMa), nitrogen fixation protein fixH, iron sulfur membrane protein fixG, and cbbtype cytochrome oxidase complexes fixNOQ (Cluster II.I) also have expression patterns that differ in between Rm grown in higher nitr.Ic alkaline phosphatase (phoX) along with the transcriptional activator of exopolysaccharide II (EPS II) synthesis (wggR, formerly expG), have been induced beneath nitrogen limitation. Rhizobactin siderophore biosynthesis protein (rhbF) was repressed under nitrogen limitation and other genes have been differentially expressed within the glnD or glnBK mutants. Alkaline phosphatase PhoX and two putative alkaline phosphatases (SMc and SMc) are strongly induced within a PhoBdependent manner in S. meliloti grown under phosphate limitation. In our microarray we identified that phoX was also induced by nitrogen limitation and was strongly upregulated beneath higher nitrogen within the strain missing the PII proteins. The expression of SMc was not affected by nitrogen limitation in Rm however it was upregulated below high nitrogen within the glnBglnK mutant. An expression pattern similar to phoX was observed for EPS II transcriptional activator wggR, which is involved in the PhoBdependent activation with the genes encoding EPS II biosynthetic proteins. EPS II biosynthetic genes wgeA, wgdB, wgdA, and wgcA were also upregulated in Rm cells grown on glutamate and in RmDglnBDglnK grown on ammonium. A number of Pho regulon gene family members members involved in phosphate uptake and metabolism, including the phosphate uptake systems phoCDET and pstS-pstC, phosphonate metabolism phnNM, phospholipase C SMc, btaA-btaB betaine lipid biosynthesis genes, phosphate binding periplasmic protein SMc, and putative polyphosphate kinase ppk had been induced in RmDglnBDglnK grown on ammonium (Table S). UpregulaplosoneGlnD Protein GlnBGlnK Independent Mechanism of ActionUntil recently, it was believed that, related to enteric bacteria, the control of NSR in S. meliloti was strictly governed by GlnD by way of the GlnBK regulatory cascade by modification on the PII proteins, GlnB and GlnK. Our prior studies showed that, in S. meliloti, GlnD can communicate with all the cell by in methods that don't rely around the PII proteins. The transcriptome analysis presented here is consistent with this conclusion.Nitrogen Strain Response in S. melilotiEarlier we showed that GlnD-sm, that is missing the Nterminal domain, is unable to modify PII proteins beneath nitrogen limitation. In the event the only function of GlnD was to modify PII proteins in response to nitrogen availability, the transcriptome profile of RmDglnD-sm should be comparable to that of Rm under high nitrogen situations. Consequently, the genes which are a part of NSR (Cluster I and II) and are differentially expressed in ammonium grown RmDglnD-sm and Rm might be prospective targets of GlnD-dependent regulation that doesn't depend on GlnBK.

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