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rss Identification and Characterization of the Genes and Enzymes Belonging to the Bile Ac

Identification and Characterization of the Genes and Enzymes Belonging to the Bile Acid Catabolic Pathway in Pseudomonas.

Methods Mol Biol. 2017;1645:109-142

Authors: Luengo JM, Olivera ER

Abstract
The study of the catabolic potential of microbial species isolated from different habitats has allowed the identification and characterization of bacteria able to assimilate bile acids and other steroids (e.g., testosterone and 4-androsten-3,17-dione). From soil samples, we have isolated several strains belonging to genus Pseudomonas that grow efficiently in chemical defined media containing some cyclopentane-perhydro-phenantrene derivatives as carbon sources. Genetic and biochemical studies performed with one of these bacteria (P. putida DOC21) allowed the identification of the genes and enzymes belonging to the 9,10-seco pathway, the route involved in the aerobic assimilation of steroids. In this manuscript, we describe the most relevant methods required for (1) isolation and characterization of these species; (2) determining the chromosomal location, nucleotide sequence, and functional analysis of the catabolic genes (or gene clusters) encoding the enzymes from this pathway; and (3) the tools employed to establish the role of some of the proteins that participate in this route.


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