Rapid screening and dereplication of bacterial isolates from marine sponges of the Sula Ridge by Intact-Cell-MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry (ICM-MS)

Rapid screening and dereplication of bacterial isolates from marine sponges of the Sula Ridge by... Rapid grouping of bacterial isolates is critical in comprehensive microbial studies of environmental samples or screening programmes e.g. in unknown marine environments where large numbers of strains have to be isolated on different growth media. Sets of bacteria have been cultured from the marine sponges Isops phlegraei, Haliclona sp. 1, Phakellia ventilabrum and Plakortis sp. growing at a depth of about 300 m on the Sula Ridge close to the Norwegian coast. We employed Intact-Cell MALDI-TOF (ICM) mass spectrometry to achieve a rapid proteometric clustering of a subset of the strain collection including 456 isolates. Cluster analysis of mass spectra resolved the strains into 11 groups corresponding to species of Alteromonas (15), Bacillus (3), Colwellia (31), Erythrobacter (19), Marinobacter (14), Marinococcus (6), Pseudoalteromonas (297), Pseudomonas (56), Roseobacter (3), Sphingomonas (2) and Vibrio (10) as verified by 16 S rDNA analysis. A further discrimination into subgroups was demonstrated for different isolates from the genus Pseudoalteromonas. The approach described here permits the rapid identification of isolates for dereplication, and the selection of strains representing rare species for subsequent characterization. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology Springer Journals

Rapid screening and dereplication of bacterial isolates from marine sponges of the Sula Ridge by Intact-Cell-MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry (ICM-MS)

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Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2004 by Springer-Verlag
Subject
LifeSciences
ISSN
0175-7598
eISSN
1432-0614
DOI
10.1007/s00253-004-1812-2
pmid
15614563
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Abstract

Rapid grouping of bacterial isolates is critical in comprehensive microbial studies of environmental samples or screening programmes e.g. in unknown marine environments where large numbers of strains have to be isolated on different growth media. Sets of bacteria have been cultured from the marine sponges Isops phlegraei, Haliclona sp. 1, Phakellia ventilabrum and Plakortis sp. growing at a depth of about 300 m on the Sula Ridge close to the Norwegian coast. We employed Intact-Cell MALDI-TOF (ICM) mass spectrometry to achieve a rapid proteometric clustering of a subset of the strain collection including 456 isolates. Cluster analysis of mass spectra resolved the strains into 11 groups corresponding to species of Alteromonas (15), Bacillus (3), Colwellia (31), Erythrobacter (19), Marinobacter (14), Marinococcus (6), Pseudoalteromonas (297), Pseudomonas (56), Roseobacter (3), Sphingomonas (2) and Vibrio (10) as verified by 16 S rDNA analysis. A further discrimination into subgroups was demonstrated for different isolates from the genus Pseudoalteromonas. The approach described here permits the rapid identification of isolates for dereplication, and the selection of strains representing rare species for subsequent characterization.

Journal

Applied Microbiology and BiotechnologySpringer Journals

Published: Dec 22, 2004

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