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Indole-3-Acetic Acid Produced by Burkholderia heleia Acts as a Phenylacetic Acid Antagonist to Disrupt Tropolone Biosynthesis in Burkholderia plantarii

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Title: Indole-3-Acetic Acid Produced by Burkholderia heleia Acts as a Phenylacetic Acid Antagonist to Disrupt Tropolone Biosynthesis in Burkholderia plantarii
Authors: Wang, Mengcen Browse this author
Tachibana, Seiji Browse this author
Murai, Yuta Browse this author
Li, Li Browse this author
Lau, Sharon Yu Ling Browse this author
Cao, Mengchao Browse this author
Zhu, Guonian Browse this author
Hashimoto, Makoto Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Hashidoko, Yasuyuki Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Issue Date: 4-Mar-2016
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
Journal Title: Scientific reports
Volume: 6
Publisher DOI: 10.1038/srep22596
Abstract: Burkholderia heleia PAK1-2 is a potent biocontrol agent isolated from rice rhizosphere, as it prevents bacterial rice seedling blight disease caused by Burkholderia plantarii. Here, we isolated a non-antibacterial metabolite from the culture fluid of B. heleia PAK1-2 that was able to suppress B. plantarii virulence and subsequently identified as indole-3-acetic acid (IAA). IAA suppressed the production of tropolone in B. plantarii in a dose-dependent manner without any antibacterial and quorum quenching activity, suggesting that IAA inhibited steps of tropolone biosynthesis. Consistent with this, supplementing cultures of B. plantarii with either L-[ring-H-2(5)] phenylalanine or [ring-H-2(2-5)]phenylacetic acid revealed that phenylacetic acid (PAA), which is the dominant metabolite during the early growth stage, is a direct precursor of tropolone. Exposure of B. plantarii to IAA suppressed production of both PAA and tropolone. These data particularly showed that IAA produced by B. heleia PAK1-2 disrupts tropolone production during bioconversion of PAA to tropolone via the ring-rearrangement on the phenyl group of the precursor to attenuate the virulence of B. plantarii. B. heleia PAK1-2 is thus likely a microbial community coordinating bacterium in rhizosphere ecosystems, which never eliminates phytopathogens but only represses production of phytotoxins or bacteriocidal substances.
Rights: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Type: article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/61282
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