RRC ID 34172
Author Cha S, Srinivasan S, Seo T, Kim MK.
Title Deinococcus soli sp. nov., a gamma-radiation-resistant bacterium isolated from rice field soil.
Journal Curr. Microbiol.
Abstract A Gram-negative, non-motile, short rod-shaped bacterial strain, designated N5(T), was isolated from a rice field soil in South Korea. Phylogenetic analysis based on the 16S rRNA gene sequence of the new isolate showed that strain N5(T) belongs to the genus Deinococcus, family Deinococcaceae, showing the highest sequence similarity to Deinococcus grandis KACC 11979(T) (98.4 %) and Deinococcus daejeonensis KCTC 13751(T) (97.5 %). Strain N5(T) exhibits resistance to gamma-radiation similar to that of other members of the genus Deinococcus, with a D10 value in excess of 4 kGy. Chemotaxonomic data showed that the most abundant fatty acids are C16:1ω7c (25.25 %), C15:1ω6c (19.77 %), C17:1ω6c (11.87 %), and C17:0 (9.41 %), and the major polar lipid is an unknown phosphoglycolipid. The predominant respiratory quinone is menaquinone MK-8. The DNA G+C content is 71.4 mol%. Phenotypic, phylogenetic, and chemotaxonomic data support designation of strain N5(T) as a novel species of the genus Deinococcus, for which the name Deinococcus soli sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is N5(T) (=KCTC 33153(T) = JCM 19176(T)).
Volume 68(6)
Pages 777-83
Published 2014-6
DOI 10.1007/s00284-014-0542-7
PMID 24554344
MeSH Bacterial Typing Techniques Base Composition Cluster Analysis DNA, Bacterial / chemistry DNA, Bacterial / genetics DNA, Ribosomal / chemistry DNA, Ribosomal / genetics Deinococcus / classification* Deinococcus / genetics Deinococcus / isolation & purification* Deinococcus / radiation effects Fatty Acids / analysis Gamma Rays Korea Microbial Viability / radiation effects Microscopy, Electron, Transmission Molecular Sequence Data Oryza Phospholipids / analysis Phylogeny Quinones / analysis RNA, Ribosomal, 16S / genetics Sequence Analysis, DNA Soil Microbiology*
IF 1.373
Times Cited 10
WOS Category MICROBIOLOGY
Resource
General Microbes JCM 19176