In the present study, the response of Rhodococcus aetherivorans BCP1 and Rhodococcus opacus R7 to various stress conditions and several antimicrobials was examined by PM in relation with genetic determinants, as revealed by annotation analysis of the two genomes. Comparison between metabolic activities and genetic features of BCP1 and R7 provided new insight into the environmental persistence of these two members of the genus Rhodococcus.

Phenotype microarray analysis may unravel genetic determinants of the stress response by Rhodococcus aetherivorans BCP1 and Rhodococcus opacus R7 / M. Cappelletti, S. Fedi, J. Zampolli, A. Di Canito, P. D'Ursi, A. Orro, C. Viti, L. Milanesi, D. Zannoni, P. Di Gennaro. - In: RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY. - ISSN 0923-2508. - 167:9-10(2016 Nov), pp. 766-773. [10.1016/j.resmic.2016.06.008]

Phenotype microarray analysis may unravel genetic determinants of the stress response by Rhodococcus aetherivorans BCP1 and Rhodococcus opacus R7

A. Di Canito;P. D'Ursi;P. Di Gennaro
2016

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In the present study, the response of Rhodococcus aetherivorans BCP1 and Rhodococcus opacus R7 to various stress conditions and several antimicrobials was examined by PM in relation with genetic determinants, as revealed by annotation analysis of the two genomes. Comparison between metabolic activities and genetic features of BCP1 and R7 provided new insight into the environmental persistence of these two members of the genus Rhodococcus.
Phenotype microarray; Rhodococcus; Rhodococcus aetherivorans BCP1; Rhodococcus opacus R7; Stress response; Toxic compounds; Anti-Bacterial Agents; Genes, Bacterial; Genotype; Rhodococcus; Microarray Analysis; Phenotype; Stress, Physiological
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