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The completely annotated genome and comparative genomics of the Peptoniphilaceae bacterium str. ING2-D1G, a novel acidogenic bacterium isolated from a mesophilic biogas reactor

The strictly anaerobic Peptoniphilaceae bacterium str. ING2-D1G (=DSM 28672=LMG 28300) was isolated from a mesophilic laboratory-scale completely stirred tank biogas reactor (CSTR) continuously co-digesting maize silage, pig and cattle manure. Based on 16S rRNA gene sequence comparison, the closest described relative to this strain is Peptoniphilus obesi ph1 showing 91.2% gene sequence identity. The most closely related species with a validly published name is Peptoniphilus indolicus DSM 20464T whose 16S rRNA gene sequence is 90.6% similar to the one of strain ING2-D1G. The genome of the novel strain was completely sequenced and manually annotated to reconstruct its metabolic potential regarding anaerobic digestion of biomass. The strain harbors a circular chromosome with a size of 1.6 Mb that contains 1466 coding sequences, 53 tRNA genes and 4 ribosomal RNA (rrn) operons. The genome carries a 28,261bp prophage insertion comprising 47 phage-related coding sequences. Reconstruction of fermentation pathways revealed that strain ING2-D1G encodes all enzymes for hydrogen, lactate and acetate production, corroborating that it is involved in the acido- and acetogenic phase of the biogas process. Comparative genome analyses of Peptoniphilaceae bacterium str. ING2-D1G and its closest relative Peptoniphilus obesi ph1 uncovered rearrangements, deletions and insertions within the chromosomes of both strains substantiating a divergent evolution. In addition to genomic analyses, a physiological and phenotypic characterization of the novel isolate was performed. Grown in Brain Heart Infusion Broth with added yeast extract, cells were spherical to ovoid, catalase- and oxidase-negative and stained Gram-positive. Optimal growth occurred between 35 and 37°C and at a pH value of 7.6. Fermentation products were acetate, butanoate and carbon dioxide.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0168165617302687

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