Resistance of organisms to this Strains used in this study and their assignation to phenotypic clusters and phylogenetic groups in the, Pathogenicity tests and disease severity comparison for all. The authors have provided all sequences in case you need them, and accession number have been added to the text (Lines 208-210). water and resistant to enzyme attack because of its three-dimensional configuration. After 2 min centrifugation at 16.000 x g, the supernatant was recovered. However, a new aerosolized version of the antibiotic (trade name TOBI) reduced pulmonary function. The analysis of the rpoD gene partial sequences is a fast and reliable method to differentiate Pseudomonas plant pathogenic species, and the Pseudomonas species diversity is higher than previously thought for citrus plants. Five strains of phenotypic cluster VIII were located in an independent branch between the phylogenetic groups of P. syringae and P. lutea. Each reaction mixture contained 5 μl of PCR buffer (EG Healthcare) and 5 μl of each of the four deoxynucleoside triphosphates (Roche) at a final concentration of 200 μM each. Sequencing reactions were performed using ABI Prism BigDye Terminator version 3.1, and the sequences were read with an automatic sequence analyzer (3130 genetic analyzer; Applied Biosystems). The highest median severity, measured in mm2 of the lesion, was found among strains in group VII of the P. syringae phylogenetic group. 3. Immunotherapy - an experimental SYNONYM OR CROSS REFERENCE: P. aeruginosa, P. stutzeri, P. fluorescens CHARACTERISTICS: The genus Pseudomonas, of the Pseudomonadaceae family, are motile gram-negative aerobic bacteria, 2 – 4 μm long plump-shaped rods, with polar flagella which have an important role in pathogenicity Footnote 1-Footnote 3. Citrus orchards in Northern Iran cover an area located in the Caspian Sea belt (in Golestan, Mazandaran and Gilan provinces); this area extends in the north over 400 km from east to west and lies between the shore of the Caspian Sea and the first slopes of the Alborz mountain range. Pyocin typing - similar             The results of the biochemical and physiological tests based on API 20 NE strips and Biolog GN2 microplates are given in S3 Table. Especially prevalent in resident of the intestinal tract in about 10% of healthy individuals, and Hits to this gene were found in 582 genera Orthologs/Comparative Genomics. Three different citrus cultivars were used in the pathogenicity tests: Alemow (Citrus macrophylla, the most sensitive cultivar in an extensive natural infection in 1998 in northern Iran) and the two most abundant cultivars in the region, Washington navel (Citrus sinensis) and Sour Orange (Citrus aurantium). Ciprofloxacin (a quinolone) - this is the most potent of the quinolones. solidagae, 10 strains; pv. Forty-one strains were also tested under field conditions on new twigs or leaves at temperatures between 8–20°C and prolonged wetting by rain or fog.         ranging from pulmonary infection application. on topical 1. The field studies did not involve endangered or protected species. They favor moist areas and are widely found in soil and water. Pseudomonas fluorescens is a widespread species which survive in soil and water with different chemical composition and different climatic conditions. compound is The inoculated plants were examined after two weeks. The MLSA groups (Fig 5) were congruent with the groups in the rpoD analysis. Members of the two remaining groups (X and XI) belonged to the P. putida phylogenetic group. One hundred and forty strains were positive in the pathogenicity tests conducted, and the strains phenotypically related to Pseudomonas strains (126) were studied further (Table 1, S1, S2 and S3 Tables). Macroscopic pathology includes anemia (due to RBC More than 1,000 strains were isolated in an initial screening from samples of citrus leaves and twigs with blast disease symptoms collected from different regions of Iran (Gilan, Mazandaran and Golestan provinces). which They are strict aerobes. Compound is toxic. PLoS ONE 11(2): it is Although there are over 200 species of Pseudomonas Exopolysaccharides (EPS) were only produced by strains belonging to the P. fluorescens phenotypic clusters I, II, and V and the P. syringae clusters VI and VII (Fig 2).         of organic compounds, e.g.,         aeruginosa can thus         nutritional requirements capable of causing human disease) No = 0, Yes = 1: Plant pathogen: Does the species causes disease in plants? Group VII (two strains) consisted of isolates identified as P. viridiflava. We demonstrated, for the first time, that the P. lurida, P. orientalis and P. simiae strains are pathogenic to plants. which degrades collagen, a scleroprotein in connective tissue of Do not create anaerobic Pyocyanin - water soluble 5. causes melioidosis, a glanders-like disease with clinical manifestations Some pseudomonal species that previously were considered the causative agents of old diseases now are being reexamined for their potential use as biological warfare agents. A total of 2.5 μl of each primer was used at a concentration of 10 μM, with 5 U of Taq DNA polymerase (EG Healthcare), in a total volume of 50 μl. Gram-negative bacteria, including Yersinia enterocolitica, Pseudomonas fluorescens, Serratia marcescens, and Serratia liquefaciens, accounted for most of the reported cases of transfusion-transmitted infection caused by contaminated RBCs historically (Table 306-3). It is             The MLSA phylogroups defined by Parkinson et al. We evaluated the effects of gamma radiation (0.5 kGy), nisin-based sanitizer (100%), and competitive biocontrol microbes (non-pathogenic Pseudomonas fluorescens) on the survival of Listeria monocytogen ... DOI: 10.1016/j.lwt.2019.108805 About 10%                     The groupings of strains obtained by the molecular methods in the MLSA study were similar to the groupings obtained by the biochemical and physiological tests. antibiotic resistance Sequence accession numbers are indicated for each strain in supplementary S1 Table. Some bacterial species are able to form biofilms which protect them from environmental conditions. Under favorable conditions, the disease develops very quickly and could cause substantial economic losses [2]. [12] and Berge et al. Some authors have also included the pectinolytic species P. viridiflava and the oxidase-positive species P. cichorii within this group [4]. For full functionality of this site, please enable JavaScript. toxins are: 1. Debride the wound, wash Control plants were treated with sterile distilled water. P. syringae is the first species in the Top 10 plant pathogenic bacteria [2]. In a previous study, we found that the ferric uptake regulator gene (fur) is essential to the infectivity of a pathogenic fish isolate of P. fluorescens (wild-type strain TSS). Whiskers (error bars) above and below the box indicate the 90th and 10th percentiles. and sphingomyelin, to colicin typing. For DNA extraction, a bacterial suspension was prepared in 500 μl of 0.2 mM EDTA, 30 μl of 1 M NaOH was added, and the sample was boiled for 5 min. Mafenide acetate (sulfamylon) - administered topically as a 5-10% cream. Pseudomonas fluorescens DSM 50090 is a thermophilic, gram-negative, rod-shaped human pathogen that has a faint greenish-yellow pigmentation and has multiple antibiotic resistances. eyedrops, weak antiseptic solution, soaps, anesthesia and compounds. Pseudomonas is a clinically significant and opportunistic pathogen, often causing nosocomial infections. Pseudomonas fluorescens. Some isolates were affiliated with species from the P. putida phylogenetic group; 6 strains of phenotypic cluster X were placed close to P. monteilii, and 4 strains of phenotypic cluster XI were close to P. japonica. It is similar in action to streptomycin, affecting the 30S portion Traditionally, these pathogens have been differentiated from other Pseudomonas species according to their colony morphology, ability to induce a hypersensitivity response in non-host plants, and the presence or absence of pectinase and arginine dihydrolase [3]. Assignments are indicated in Table 1 and S2 Table. The severity of the lesions induced by the strains assigned to species not yet described as pathogenic and the putative novel species were of a similar order of magnitude as the P. syringae and P. viridiflava isolates. Overview ... Found in both pathogen and nonpathogenic strains. being made to employ immunotherapy. Pus formation - this is As depicted in Fig 4 and Table 2, the majority of the strains in our study were closely affiliated in the rpoD sequence with strains of known pathovars of P. syringae (pv. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. the patient to E. No clear distribution of species by region was detected, and only members of group I assigned to P. orientalis, group VI assigned to P. syringae and group IX that could not be assigned to a known species were found in the three geographical regions. Contributed reagents/materials/analysis tools: EGV JL HR. is used in epidemiology. with Strains belonging to P. orientalis, P. synxantha, P. simiae, P. lurida, and P. monteilii were also identified; furthermore, at least 5 putative novel species were identified. In the majority of cases (84%), the Alemow cultivar was less resistant than the other two cultivars tested (S3 Table). The strains were grown on NA at 25°C for 24 h, and the cells were suspended in sterile distilled water. Five putative novel Pseudomonas species shown to be pathogenic to citrus have been characterized in a screening of 126 Pseudomonas strains isolated from diseased citrus leaves and stems in northern Iran. Microbes that live anywhere in the human body and are not pathogenic to humans (i.e. It is rapidly ++, strongly positive; +, positive; w+, weakly positive; -, negative; ND, not determined. One hundred microliters of bacterial suspension was injected into the intercellular space of orange leaves with a 0.5 mm needle and syringe [20]. Discover a faster, simpler path to publishing in a high-quality journal. Single colonies were cultured on NA containing 1% sucrose (NAS), and after two days of growth, the plates were maintained at 4–6°C for short-term storage and routine use. vaccine against Pseudomonas has been developed. of patients with cystic fibrosis, burns, urinary tract infections. Quantum yield of photosystem II (ΦPSII) for 12-weeks-old sugar beet plants (2 days after the third PGPRs inoculation, 03 July 2018).                     doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0148796, Editor: Boris Alexander Vinatzer, Virginia Tech, UNITED STATES, Received: October 3, 2015; Accepted: January 21, 2016; Published: February 26, 2016. Blast is a disease of the leaves and twigs, and black pit is a disease of the fruit. Although there are over 200 species of Pseudomonas only three are known to be pathogenic for man: P. aeruginosa - sputum of patients with cystic fibrosis, burns, urinary tract infections. Funding: The work was supported by BOS2011 CGL24318 and Consolider CSD2009-00006 from Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness - MINECO. Group VI was the largest among the 11 groups, and the eight strains comprising the group were members of the P. syringae group. Department of Biology-Microbiology, Universitat de les Illes Balears, Palma de Mallorca, Crtra. Hemolysin - lysis red Bacteria of the genus Pseudomonas are ubiquitous inhabitants of soil, water, plant surfaces, and animal tissues; this phenomenon is due to their ability to establish in different niches (Walker et al., 2004; Perkins et al., 2010), and is driven mainly by their high metabolic versatility (Oberhardt et al., 2008). are simple and it can metabolize a large variety of carbon sources. Disease severity comparison of Pseudomonas strains of each group tested in three plant genotypes, measured by the lesion area expressed in mm2 two weeks after inoculation. It acts by Are Pathogenic to Citrus. Collagenase - an enzyme 2. B. - the infected area is viewed in the dark with a Wood's UV light for         mucous membranes of nasal The highest similarity detected for the isolates of Group I was with P. orientalis (96.9–97.0%). The physiological and biochemical characteristics of the isolates were consistent with the characteristics previously described for the genus Pseudomonas, although discrepancies with known features of the classical citrus pathogens existed in the LOPAT tests (levan production, oxidase activity, potato soft rot, arginine dihydrolase activity, tobacco hypersensitivity). are mostly free-living bacteria widely distributed in soil and water. All pathogenicity tests were conducted at least twice. Following the criteria proposed by Mulet and collaborators [5], the strains were assigned to known species in the MLSA analysis when the similarity to a type strain was higher than 97% and both strains were located in the same phylogenetic branch (Fig 5). Fluorescein - a water Fluorescent pigment production was tested on King B medium (Merck, Germany) [19]. Strains representatives of all groups were isolated in more than one cultivar. The pathogenicity of these strains against 3 cultivars of citrus is demonstrated in greenhouse and field studies. The organisms in the genus Pseudomonas Especially prevalent in nosocomial infections, external ear infections. There was no correlation between cultivars and groups. 2. PCR amplification was performed with a DNA thermocycler (Eppendorf). However, the remaining isolates were related to other Pseudomonas species. The sequence analysis procedures were performed as previously described by Mulet and collaborators [18]. S2 Table.             Group VIII (5 strains) included isolates that have a similarity lower than 92% with the type strain of any other species in the group and are, therefore, considered members of a putative new species in the P. syringae phylogenetic group (Fig 5). splits fatty acids from lipids leaving glycerol. 4. The majority of the strains used in the present study belonged to the P. syringae phylogenetic group (54 strains) and the P. fluorescens subgroup (51 strains). When it becomes the dominant organism in or on some part of the body, the dialysis machines. The combined results showed a high diversity among Pseudomonas strains pathogenic to citrus in Iran. one of the most difficult organisms to treat with antibiotics. These Pseudomonas fluorescens is a Gram-negative bacterium and a common pathogen to a wide range of farmed fish. In general, the occurrence of disease symptoms is influenced by several factors, such as temperature, humidity, oxygen depletion, varietal susceptibility and the virulence of the bacterial strains. Performed the experiments: FB AB MG. The phytopathogenic, oxidase-negative fluorescent Pseudomonas species have been traditionally identified as either P. syringae or P. viridiflava.                     Disease severity was measured in mm2 of the necrotic lesion. therapy, the vaccine is not equally effective against all 13 serological Citation: Beiki F, Busquets A, Gomila M, Rahimian H, Lalucat J, García-Valdés E (2016) New Pseudomonas spp. It has also In the majority of cases, the similarity of the isolates to the species type strains and the branching order in the rpoD phylogenetic tree (Fig 3 and Table 1) allowed for the identification of the strains at the species level. Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources University Sari, Māzandarān, Iran, Department of Plant Protection, Sari Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources University, P.O. A similarity matrix was generated using a simple matching coefficient, and the results are depicted in a dendrogram constructed by the UPGMA algorithm. glanders (transmitted from horse to man), nodular, necrotic involvement the most part they are found wherever organic matter is decomposing. Figure 1.         resuscitation equipment, Several strains were assigned to species that have not been described as plant pathogens and have been isolated previously from diverse habitats. Three main clusters were observed at 81% similarity, and these clusters corresponded to the P. putida, P. syringae and P. fluorescens phenogroups (Fig 2).             Analyzed the data: FB AB MG HR JL EGV. List of the strains used in this study and their assignation to phenotypic clusters and phylogenetic groups in the rpoD gene tree and in the MLSA analysis. At least 5 putative novel species have been detected, and their formal proposal is underway. Chemotherapy - this is P. Assignation to pathovars of strains identified as members of the. biosynthesis and silver denaturation of various proteins. The isolates of Group IX are related to the two species of the P. koreensis subgroup, P. koreensis (96.7% similarity) and P. moraviensis (96.8% similarity). bluish-green pigment, which interferes with the terminal electron S1 Fig. To determine the phylogenetic affiliation of the rpoD gene groupings in the genus Pseudomonas, 53 strains were selected as representatives of the 11 rpoD gene groupings for a multilocus sequence analysis (MLSA) according to the following criterion: at least 2 strains per rpoD phylogenetic group were selected to have representative strains of each phylogroup and to assess the phylogenetic diversity within each group. absorbed and metabolized by the human body where it inhibits carbonic anhydrase                     Strains of Pseudomonas species previously not considered as pathogenic to plants (P. simiae, P. orientalis, P. moraviensis and P. monteilii) and at least five putative novel species were isolated and characterized taxonomically by means of a polyphasic approach; the pathogenic properties of these strains to citrus were demonstrated in the present study.             We present here data for the spread of Pseudomonas fluorescens caused by a contaminated drinking water dispenser in a bone marrow transplant unit. The plant pathogenic Pseudomonas species that belong to the Pseudomonas syringae species complex include P. cannabina, P. avellanae, P. amygdali, P. ficuserectae, P. savastanoi, P. tremae, P. meliae, P. caricapapayae and P. syringae [(ISPP Taxonomy of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria Committee; http://www.isppweb.org/names_bacterial.asp); [1]]. The molecular data confirmed that the partial sequence analysis of the rpoD gene is sufficient for rapid isolate classification.                         effective in stimulating circulating antibody but not cell bound antibody. The black horizontal line represents the median and the red horizontal line represents the mean values (if only 2 values are considered, mean and median values are identical); the boundary of the box closest to zero indicates the 25th percentile and the boundary farthest from zero indicates 75th percentile. 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