Microbiol. Very often, there are multiple pathway-associated genes concerned with regulation, permitting signal input at more than one regulatory step. RedZ belongs to the NarL family ARRs, which include DnrN, which is required for daunorubicin (DNR) biosynthesis in S. peucetius (209) (Fig. Thus, the available information is consistent with the idea that (p)ppGpp may increase the relative affinity of RNA polymerase for sigma factors that direct the enzyme to genes specific for antibiotic production. 115: 167–172. The global regulators control both central metabolic genes and CSR genes, either directly (solid lines) or through unknown routes (dotted lines). 6: 617–624. It was found that AfsK is almost entirely located at hyphal tips, where DivIVA is concentrated, as part of a “polarisome” that controls tip extension (Fig. This strategy was also successful with unknown compounds. 1), made by a pathway closely similar to that of GBLs (58). Decreased Growth and Antibiotic Production in Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2) by Deletion of a Highly Conserved DeoR Family Regulator, SCO1463. 36: 1073–1083. For example, SabR of S. ansochromogenes, a regulatory protein encoded away from the san (nikkomycin biosynthesis) cluster, not only activates the CSR sanG, but also represses sporulation. K.F.C was supported by a John Innes Foundation Emeritus Fellowship. Although AfsS is usually thought of as a regulator of antibiotic biosynthetic genes, transcriptome analysis showed that it also has major effects on nutritional starvation genes, which might possibly be responsible for the effects on antibiotic production (136). It is suggested that DivIVA-free AfsK in this compartment phosphorylates AfsR. sRNAsSmall noncoding RNAs (sRNAs) control a wide variety of cellular processes in bacteria by modulating the stability and/or translation of mRNA targets or by modifying protein activity (269). Like for ACT, MM production is dependent on the translation of regulatory UUA codons, in this case in the mRNAs of mmyB and mmfL. 6). (B) Autoregulatory molecules from other streptomycetes. Indeed, there is DNA affinity capture evidence (disputed in reference 114) that AbsC may bind directly to the promoters of actII-ORF4 and redD (38). Regulation of Antibiotic Production by N-AcetylglucosamineMorphological differentiation and secondary metabolite biosynthesis are supported by nutrients released by autolysis of substrate mycelium (9, 85). Repression is relieved by 4HPP (111). Microbiol. Regulation of methylenomycin biosynthesis, a cascade involving furan autoregulators. For further explanation and references, see the text. None of the CSRs identified in S. coelicolor is a LAL, but 14 LAL-encoding genes unlinked to clusters were identified in the S. coelicolor genome (148). Copyright © 2013, American Society for Microbiology. These came to be termed “pathway-specific” regulators, in contrast with “global,” “higher-level,” or “pleiotropic” regulators. Little is known about the functions of other RNases in Streptomyces. A straightforward strategy, simply to overexpress activators or delete repressors (259), has proved effective. Crystallogr 64: 198–205. The Master Regulator AdpA and Its Interplay with Developmental GenesAdpA is a key transcriptional activator that has been studied biochemically mainly in S. griseus, in which it was discovered (30). 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. The consulting service of the Microbial Carbohydrate Resource Bank (MCRB, Seoul, South Korea) is greatly appreciated. ASM journals are the most prominent publications in the field, delivering up-to-date and authoritative coverage of both basic and clinical microbiology. © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. A different protein profile was noticed in proteasome mutants of S. coelicolor, though no specific proteasome target was identified. This effect seemed to be direct, since NdgR could bind to the promoters of some genes involved in antibiotic biosynthesis, including the scbA-scbR intergenic region in S. coelicolor (see below) and promoters of doxorubicin biosynthetic genes in Streptomyces peucetius (94). These interactions can result in self-reinforcing feed-forward circuitry and complex cross talk between pathways. Article  5, as well as SCO1645, an S. coelicolor protein with unknown function that is very similar to RedZ. In this comparative genomic analysis, apparent orthologues of many of the global regulatory genes were also found in actinomycetes other than streptomycetes, often including morphologically and metabolically simple genera with small genomes. dnrO is repressed by its own product, DnrO, but once daunorubicin or its glycosylated late precursors are produced, they bind to DnrO, derepressing dnrO and apparently activating dnrN (214). As is clear from this article, transcriptional regulation has been investigated extensively in the production of antibiotics and other secondary metabolites. The crystal structure of an MmyB-like protein from a thermophilic Gram-negative organism (purified from an Escherichia coli expression system) revealed that its PAS domain was complexed with a saturated fatty acid, prompting speculation that binding of a fatty acid ligand might be required to confer transcription factor activity on MmyB (61). Although SARP genes are most often located within antibiotic production clusters, a BLAST survey of the S. coelicolor genome shows that in addition to AfsR, there are three others that are not CSRs: one medium and two large CSRs (Table 2). Also shown are binding sites inferred by coupling of experimental evidence of interaction with the promoter region and the presence of matches to known consensus binding sites. The inactivation of a putative repressor gene, pgaY, in Streptomyces sp. Repression by TylP can be lifted by a (still-unidentified) small-molecule ligand extractable from stationary-phase cultures. Google Scholar. The most studied of these is JadR1 of S. venezuelae. Trepanier, N. K., S. E. Jensen, D. C. Alexander, and B. K. Leskiw (2002) The positive activator of cephamycin C and clavulanic acid production in Streptomyces clavuligerus is mistranslated in a bldA mutant. 7). Nutrient availability is sensed by membrane-located sensor kinases or through the transport of nutrients, leading to activation of global regulators (circled). Some CSRs may also be sensitive to the levels of different kinds of ligands, including products of the pathway itself, products of other antibiotic pathways in the same organism, and specialized regulatory small molecules such as gamma-butyrolactones. Saxild, H. H., L. N. Andersen, and K. Hammer (1996) dra-nupC-pdp operon of Bacillus subtilis: nucleotide sequence, induction by deoxyribonucleosides, and transcriptional regulation by the deoR-encoded DeoR repressor protein. nagE2 is also subject to repression by the GlcNAc-sensing pleiotropic regulator DasR (20, 36). The S. coelicolor adpA mRNA is a target for processing by RNase III (152) and contains a bldA-dependent UUA codon (adpA is the only gene present in all streptomycetes that always has a TTA codon). Floriano B, Bibb M (1996) afsR is a pleiotropic but conditionally required regulatory gene for antibiotic production in Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2). It is not yet possible to relate the two quite different AfsK activities, because the AfsR and DivIVA experiments were done under different culture conditions. Members of the bacterial genus Streptomyces synthesize the majority of known microbial antibiotics, as well as a number of other products that have been shown to exhibit useful biolog-ical activities. Acad. Disruption of wblA dramatically increased antibiotic production in S. coelicolor (195), Streptomyces peucetius (196), and Streptomyces sp. At least one global regulator, AfsQ1, directly activates the cdaR promoter (34). In Streptomyces bingchengensis, NsdA represses production of the macrolide milbemycin and a polyether, nangchangmycin (189). Mutations in rpsL enhanced protein synthesis during late growth phase (254). 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. Some ARRs can be activated by binding to the end product or late biosynthetic intermediates of secondary metabolites, such as antibiotics (see the text). ScbR binds to operator sites in the bidirectional scbA/scbR promoter and in the promoter for cpkO, a CSR gene essential for CPK biosynthesis (43) (Fig. Streptomyces spp. In a further level of regulation of (p)ppGpp production, the transcription of relA itself responds to nitrogen limitation through the agency of an extracytoplasmic function (ECF) sigma factor, SigT (102). The activation is achieved by Streptomyces-triggered fungal histone acetylation modifications (251). For example, the coculture of a Streptomyces strain with mycolic acid-containing Tsukamurella pulmonis from soil samples induced the Streptomyces strain to produce a novel antibiotic (249). The phosphorylation is potentially modulated by KbpA protein, S-adenosylmethionine, and precursors of cell wall biosynthesis that may accumulate in the absence of a growth point. Phosphate Regulation of Antibiotic Production in S. coelicolorUnder laboratory conditions, phosphate limitation of growing cultures activates phosphate scavenging and induces the growth transition that precedes stationary phase and secondary metabolism (70), (71). Significant effects of glucose on carbon source uptake, central carbon and nitrogen metabolic enzymes (and the nitrogen regulator GlnR), some developmental proteins, and proteins closely or directly involved in RED, CDA, and CPK antibiotic production were found, but there was no effect on DasR. Under suitable culture conditions, and by an undetermined mechanism, SCBs accumulate to a concentration high enough to bind to ScbR, causing ScbR to dissociate from the bidirectional scbA/scbR promoter. Moreover, in independent DNA affinity capture experiments done with S. coelicolor (169), a quite different protein, the SCO0608 protein (designated SlbR), was found to bind to both the adpA promoter and the scbA-scbR promoter and to be sensitive to SCBs even though it did not resemble any known gamma-butyrolactone-binding protein. A second regulatory gene in the act cluster (actR) encodes a TetR-like protein that represses the adjacent actA operon, encoding the ACT export system (actA also contains a TTA codon) (39). Genes associated with the cpk cluster are indicated by large open arrows. Some pathways involve more than one SARP, forming parts of cascades of pathway-specific regulatory steps (e.g., tylosin and nangchangmycin [see above]) (203, 206). Appl. 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. Jeon, J. M., H. Park, H. M. Seo, J. H. Kim, S. K. Bhatia, G. Sathiyanarayanan, H. S. Song, S. H. Park, K. Y. Choi, B. I. 6). Examples include AmphRI and AmphRIII (amphotericin, Streptomyces nodosus) (144), NysRI and NysRIII (nystatin, Streptomyces noursei) (145), PikD (pikromycin, Streptomyces venezuelae) (146), and RapH (rapamycin, S. hygroscopicus) (147). In the case of ACT, the effect of NsdA is exerted, directly or indirectly, via actII-ORF4 (188). Thus, 4HPP acts both as a metabolic intermediate and as a regulatory ligand in the partitioning of tyrosine catabolism between primary and secondary metabolism (Fig. Streptomyces genomes often encode several putative ArpA homologues, including many that group together with ScbR2 and JadR2 pseudo-gamma-butyrolactone receptors in the phylogenetic tree of ArpA-like proteins (215). 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. Streptomyces is the largest genus of Actinobacteria and the type genus of the family Streptomycetaceae. Google Scholar. ScbR2 directly represses cpkO and has 35%, near end-to-end, identity to ScbR, but it does not bind SCBs (51) (ScbR2 is therefore considered to be a “pseudo”-gamma-butyrolactone receptor, since there are no other gamma-butyrolactones in S. coelicolor). Li SM, Heide L (2006) The biosynthetic gene clusters of aminocoumarin antibiotics. These are the main point of connection with a plethora of generally conserved regulatory systems that monitor the organism's physiology, developmental state, population density, and environment to determine the onset and level of production of each antibiotic. In 1992, he started to work on the molecular regulation of differentiation and secondary metabolites in Streptomyces. The roles of NanR3 (a putative LacI-like repressor) and the NanT5/NanT3 two-component system (206) remain undetermined. 100: 8819–8828. For example, although the higher-level regulatory input into streptomycin production is quite complex, only one CSR, StrR, is involved (201). Regulatory interactions are indicated by bold arrows (activation steps) or bold lines ending with a bar (repressing or inhibitory steps). Govind Chandra obtained a Ph.D. in botany at Kanpur University, Kanpur, India, before focusing on plant virology, with two postdoctoral periods at The National Botanical Research Institute in Lucknow. Chakraburtty, R. and M. Bibb (1997) The ppGpp synthetase gene (relA) of Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2) plays a conditional role in antibiotic production and morphological differentiation. Thus, the accumulation of this ligand probably sets the regulatory system off. Alternatively, these differences could perhaps be related to variations in the structure of SARPs. With the newly sequenced genome of Steptomyces coelicolor comes the possibility of deriving still more antibiotics that have so far remained undiscovered.The genes of the unusually large genome of Streptomyces coelicolor are grouped together in clusters, each cluster making a different antibiotic che… The resulting accumulation of JadR1 represses Cm biosynthesis and activates jadomycin biosynthesis. To avoid confusion, we emphasize here that the term SARP does not apply to the many other kinds of cluster-situated regulators of antibiotic biosynthesis, most of which have paralogues in diverse organisms and other physiological contexts. Few paralogues of StrR have been found—none are present in S. coelicolor, and we found only four in the seven genomes in StrepDB. BldD is autorepressing (184–186). In a homeostatic feedback loop, PhoP regulates levels of the PstS transporter, which, in turn, probably influences PhoP phosphorylation (80). 2). Indeed, mutagenesis of residues in the position of the phosphorylation pocket of DnrN had no effect on daunorubicin production levels (209), strongly suggesting that DnrN is not regulated by conventional phosphorylation (similar conclusions were also reached for some orphan RRs with other physiological roles in Streptomyces [210–212]). However, in a contradictory report, disruption of relA resulted in the enhanced production of clavulanic acid and cephalomycin C (101), so it is possible that not all antibiotic clusters respond in the same way to (p)ppGpp levels. Mol Microbiol 21: 385–396. Model for the regulation of HpdR during tyrosine catabolism and CDA biosynthesis in S. coelicolor. For example, 13 proteins with near end-to-end similarity to MmyB (expected values of lower than 2e−7) are encoded in the S. coelicolor chromosome (61). He has been the Head of the Departments of Genetics and Molecular Microbiology and is now a John Innes Foundation Emeritus Fellow, an Honorary Professor at the Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and a Fellow of The Royal Society. 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. The consequences of this regulation for the bistable switching of CPK biosynthesis mediated by the action of SCBs are not readily predictable (56). 128: 635–659. The mechanisms of these effects remain to be understood. MmyB consists of an N-terminal DNA-binding domain of the Xre type and a C-terminal PAS-like domain such as is involved in many sensory functions (60). Of course, some of the wide-ranging effects may be indirect, ranging from the consequences of draining pools of precursors to physicochemical properties of the end products such as redox activity (27). Since then he has worked at the John Innes Centre, Norwich, United Kingdom, focusing on genetic approaches to the biological complexity of Streptomyces. Bacteria have different types of ATP-dependent proteases, including ClpAP, ClpCP, ClpEP, ClpXP, Lon, FtsH, HslUV, and the recently identified 20S proteasome (274, 275). However, their implication in relation to secondary metabolite production is mostly unexplored. Probably, therefore, the endogenous regulatory systems and their interplay are broadly the same in all streptomycetes, with species-specific responses to specialized environmental variables being conferred in part by constellations of WhiJ-like complexes. Liangzhi, L., H. Zheng, and Y. Yingjin (2007) Effect of propionate on streptolydigin production and carbon flux distribution in Streptomyces lydicus AS 4.2501. In some tests, but not others, the mutation appeared to affect the properties of ScbR and the details of timing and levels of expression of cpkO, scbA, and a regulatory gene for RED antibiotic biosynthesis (48). Manipulations of genes encoding heterochromatin protein 1 (HepA), histone methyltransferase (ClrD), and histone deacetylase (HDAC) resulted in modified chemical diversity in A. nidulans (284, 285). 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