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Complete Genome Analysis Of Glutamicibacter Creatinolyticus From Mare Abscess And Comparative Genomics Provide Insight Of Diversity And Adaptation For Glutamicibacter.

R. G. Dos Santos, Raquel Hurtado Castillo, Lucas Gabriel, Rodrigo Profeta, Rifici Claudia, Anna Rita Attili, J. Sharon, Mazzullo Giuseppe, Francielly Morais-Rodrigues, A. C. Gomide, B. Brenig, A. Gala-García, Cuteri Vincenzo, T. L. De Paula Castro, Peetram Ghosh, NúbiaSeyffert, V. Azevedo
Published 2020 · Biology, Medicine

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Bacteria of the genusGlutamicibacterare considered ubiquitous because they can be found in soil, water and air. They have already been isolated from different habitats, including different types of soil, clinical samples, cheese and plants.Glutamicibacter creatinolyticusis a Gram-positive bacterium important to various biotechnological processes, however, as a pathogen it is associated to urinary tract infections and bacteremia. Recently,Glutamicibacter creatinolyticusLGCM 259 was isolated from a mare, which displayed several diffuse subcutaneous nodules with heavy vascularization. In this study, sequencing, genomic analysis ofG. creatinolyticusLGCM 259 and comparative analyseswere performedamong 4representatives of different members of genusfromdifferent habitats, available in the NCBI database. The LGCM 259 strain's genome carries important factors of bacterial virulence that are essential in cell viability, virulence, and pathogenicity. Genomic islands were predicted for 4 members of genusGlutamicibacter,showing ahigh number of GEIs,which may reflect a high interspecific diversity and a possible adaptive mechanism responsible for the survival of each species in its specific niche. Furthermore,G. creatinolyticusLGCM 259 sharessyntenicregions, albeit with a considerable loss of genes, in relation to the other species. In addition,G. creatinolyticusLGCM 259 presentsresistancegenes to 6 differentclasses ofantibiotics and heavy metals, such as: copper, arsenic, chromium and cobalt-zinc-cadmium.Comparative genomicsanalysescouldcontribute to the identification of mobile genetic elements particular to the speciesG. creatinolyticuscompared to other members of genus. The presence of specific regions inG. creatinolyticuscould be indicative of their rolesin host adaptation, virulence, and the characterization ofastrain that affects animals.
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