4). All of these have the same three major functional domains: an N-terminal SARP domain, a central AAA domain (ATPase associated with diverse cellular activities) (230), and a conserved C-terminal domain of unknown function. This suggests that the coordination of the biosynthesis of disparate antibiotics by receptors of this kind may be widespread in Streptomyces. 128: 635–659. If coupled with the decoy oligonucleotide technique developed by the same group (290), this approach can be used to identify histone-like proteins associated with antibiotic regulatory genes and to examine the role of these proteins in antibiotic production. Microbiol Biotechnol. Thus, cpkO is directly repressed by the phosphate response regulator (RR) PhoP (56), and recent work has shown that another global regulator, AfsQ1, directly activates the divergent promoter between the biosynthetic genes cpkO and cpkD (34). ScbR has a TetR-like N-terminal helix-turn-helix domain and belongs to a subfamily of such proteins whose founder member, ArpA, senses the gamma-butyrolactone A-factor in Streptomyces griseus (see below). Ulanova, D., S. Kitani, E. Fukusaki, and T. Nihira (2013) SdrA, a new DeoR family regulator involved in Streptomyces avermitilis morphological development and antibiotic production. In the light of the discovery of the AfsK-DivIVA interaction, the question arises of whether binding of SAM might change the partner choice of AfsK. Little is known about the functions of other RNases in Streptomyces. AbsC and Zinc Dependency of Antibiotic ProductionAbout 5% of S. coelicolor proteins are predicted to bind zinc (113). J. Antimicrob. 1B) induce the coordinated production of virginiamycin M and virginiamycin S, synergistically acting but biosynthetically distinct antibiotics in S. virginiae (235), and IM-2 (Fig. Other nascent areas expected to generate rapid advances in the near future include chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP)-Seq for the analysis of the targets of regulators and nano-DESI analysis of small molecules at the level of individual colonies. The feasibility of this concept was first exemplified by the activation of ACT production in S. lividans, in which the act genes are normally not expressed (107). This paradigm has held over the last 2 decades, during which hundreds more such clusters have been characterized. For further explanation and references, see the text. This is certainly not the whole story for nitrogen regulation. Other Developmental Genes with Effects on Antibiotic Production: bldB, abaA and whiJ, and wblAThe small protein BldB is required for antibiotic production and aerial growth, possibly through interaction with another protein, though little more is known about its mode of action (190). Microbiol. More than 150 other direct targets of BldD have been determined, leading to the delineation of a refined consensus target site, 5′-nTnCnC(A/T)GnGTnAn-3′ (171). Strains of Streptomyces coelicolor with mutations in the gene ppm1, encoding polyprenol phosphate mannose synthase, and in pmt, encoding a protein O-mannosyltransferase, are resistant to phage ϕC31 and have greatly increased susceptibility to some antibiotics, including vancomycin. Mining of genome sequences has revealed at least 29 clusters of likely biosynthetic genes for secondary metabolites in the S. coelicolor A3(2) model organism and 37 in the industrial organism Streptomyces avermitilis. The genomes of other streptomycetes analyzed contain up to 400 TTA codons. In each case, repressors that sense species-specific gamma-butyrolactones interact with the adpA promoter; and the pleiotropic regulator BldD also represses expression. Top, OmpR family: JadR1 (jadomycin, Streptomyces venezuelae ), Aur1P (auricin, Streptomyces aureofaciens ), LanI (landomycins, Streptomyces cyanogenus ), and LndI (landomycin E, Streptomyces globisporus ). These five transcription units are completely dependent on the ActII-ORF4 protein, which binds to sequences in the target promoters via its N-terminal winged helix-turn-helix (HTH) domain and activates transcription through a C-terminal activation domain. Mutant SE69 produces lower amounts of antibiotics … 43–60. Other large SARPs studied genetically include PteR (filipin, S. avermitilis) (233) and PimR (pimaricin, S. natalensis) (220, 234). Part of Springer Nature. Streptomyces coelicolor produces several structurally and genetically distinct antibiotics. With this strategy, strains were cultured on sublethal concentrations of antiribosomal (and some other) antibiotics to select antibiotic-resistant mutants, which were tested for secondary metabolite profiles. In S. coelicolor, a PhoU-like protein is encoded by SCO4228, which is next to the phoRP genes, but it is not known whether this protein is implicated in phosphate signal transduction. Several other regulatory genes are associated with the cluster, but the only ones to have been studied are the absA1/absA2 genes, which encode a classical two-component regulatory system of the type shown in Fig. 9: 1185–1194. Streptomyces coelicolor has been used as a model organism for the study of the regulation of antibiotic biosyn-thesis (7). Here we demonstrate this by targeting a key enzyme in glycolysis, phosphofructokinase, leading to improved antibiotic production in Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2). PubMed Central Nevertheless, antibiotic production is connected to the S. coelicolor life cycle, and this connection has preoccupied many researchers over several decades. J. Surprisingly, PhoP also binds at exceptionally high levels to three sites internal to cpkB and cpkC, encoding two of the large CPK type I polyketide synthase (PKSs) (56). Mutations in rpoB increased affinities of mutant RNA polymerase for promoters of certain genes involved in piperidamycin biosynthesis, which in turn enhanced the transcription of these genes. Some SARP-binding sites contain three discernible heptamers, such as those upstream of actII-ORF1 and actVI-ORF1 in S. coelicolor (29), claR, cefD, and cefF in S. clavuligerus (216), vlmJ and vlmA-vlmH in Streptomyces viridifaciens (217), dnrD in S. peucetius (218), fdmD in S. griseus (219), pimM in S. natalensis (220), and so on. Hillerich, B. and J. Westpheling (2006) A new GntR family transcriptional regulator in Streptomyces coelicolor is required for morphogenesis and antibiotic production and controls transcription of an ABC transporter in response to carbon source. During coculture, M. xanthus enhanced the production of a siderophore, myxochelin, leading M. xanthus to dominate iron scavenging and S. coelicolor to experience iron-restricted conditions. Biol. Typically, the afsA-like biosynthetic gene (often with additional cotranscribed factor biosynthetic genes) is located next to a diverging, arpA-like gene, whose product regulates both itself and the biosynthetic operon. It is notable that the effects of phoP deletion on Streptomyces lividans, a very close relative of S. coelicolor, were quite different: in that organism, in which ACT and RED production is turned off under most conditions, phoP deletion caused strongly increased production of the two antibiotics (73). Streptomycetes produce around half of the clinically used antibiotics and other pharmaceutically useful natural products such as anthelmintics, anticancer agents, and immunosuppressives. 30: 157–186. Mutation of SCP0608 caused early production of ACT and RED on solid medium and hypersporulation (169). McArthur and Bibb developed an in vivo DNase I sensitivity method to monitor the correlation between the physical nucleoid and the transcriptional profile of Streptomyces. The inactivation of a putative repressor gene, pgaY, in Streptomyces sp. Biotechnol. 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Streptomycetes have a remarkably complex developmental life cycle and the capacity to produce a plethora of natural products. Although PhoP seems not to target CSR genes in the ACT or RED pathways directly, it does directly repress cdaR, the CSR gene for CDA biosynthesis (56). 184: 794–805. © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. NOTE: We request your email address only to inform the recipient that it was you who recommended this article, and that it is not junk mail. About half of them are located very close to genes with homologues in secondary metabolism, and the others are next to diverging genes for medium- or short-chain alcohol dehydrogenases. There can be few documented cases of comparably complex regulation of a bacterial promoter, and it will be a challenge for the future to unravel the large number of possible interactions involving regulators binding at separate or overlapping sites. A Survey of SARPsAs shown above, SARPs are the most frequently encountered CSRs in S. coelicolor and are associated with antibiotic biosynthetic clusters in many other streptomycetes. Proteasomes are large self-compartmentalized proteases found in archaea, eukaryotes, and certain actinobacteria, including Streptomyces, Frankia, and Mycobacterium (275, 278–280). Under submerged liquid culture conditions (such as are used in industrial antibiotic production fermentations), such morphological differentiation does not usually take place. Environ. The Clp complex consists of the proteolytic ClpP subunit and the ATPase regulatory subunit, ClpA, ClpC, ClpE, or ClpX. Found predominantly in soil and decaying vegetation, most streptomycetes produce spores, and are noted for their distinct "earthy" odor that results from production of a volatile metabolite, geosmin. 1), is a weak antibiotic that is responsible for the pH-sensitive blue/red color from which S. coelicolor gets its name. Thus, PhoP-mediated regulation of ptsS was observed only at very high levels of extracellular carbon sources (80), and PhoP-repressible genes include several involved in nitrogen metabolism, notably glnR, whose product is the major nitrogen regulator of primary metabolism (83, 84), providing a means of adjusting nitrogen metabolism to phosphate availability. 6). His research focuses mainly on the regulation of microbial antibiotic production. Alternatively, some other AbsC-regulated gene(s) may be involved. This fits with the broad range of attributes regulated by BldC, BldD, and WblA. J. Bacteriol. Comparatively few of the regulatory features of clusters from nonmodel organisms have been analyzed experimentally, but where they have been, new concepts usually arise, as we illustrate in this section with a few examples. 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