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Interspecific Interaction Between Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Trueperella pyogenes From the Abscesses Disease of Moschus berezovskii
Author of the article:YUAN Yang, LI Jing, ZHANG Aixue, LIN Jiafu, CHU Yiwen, WANG Xinrong*, ZHAO Kelei*
Author's Workplace:Antibiotics Research and Re-Evaluation Key Laboratory of Sichuan Province, Sichuan Industrial Institute of Antibiotics, Chengdu University, Chengdu 610052, China
Key Words:Moschus berezovskii; abscess disease; Trueperella pyogenes; Pseudomonas aeruginosa; gene knock-out; interspecific interaction
Abstract:Trueperella pyogenes is the primary pathogen of the abscess disease of forest musk deer (Moschus berezovskii), but a large amount of Pseudomonas aeruginosa can usually be detected in the purulent lesions of dying or dead deer. Although these 2 pathogenic bacteria can be co-isolated, their interaction relationship and the transition mechanism of predominant bacteria in abscess lesions are largely unknown. In this study, the interspecific interaction of P. aeruginosa with T. pyogenes was explored by constructing different mutant strains in P. aeruginosa quorum-sensing (QS) system and performing a series of detailed in vitro proximity assays. The results showed that the extracellular product of P. aeruginosa could significantly inhibit the growth of neighboring T. pyogenes. In comparison to the wild-type P. aeruginosa, knock-out of any core regulatory genes of P. aeruginosa QS system would impair the inhibition of P. aeruginosa on T. pyogenes, albeit the growth of T. pyogenes could still be blocked by the presence of the extracellular products of P. aeruginosa QS mutants. Notably, the double mutant strain PAO1-ΔlasRrhlR had the slightest inhibitory effect on T. pyogenes. These findings suggested that P. aeruginosa had significant competitive advantage over T. pyogenes by producing various QS-controlled extracellular products. Therefore, the current study provides a reasonable explanation for the transition of dominant bacterial species during the development of forest musk deer abscess diseases, contributes to further understanding the pathology of forest musk deer abscess diseases, the improvement of treatment options and the development of novel anti-infective drugs.
2020,39(3): 241-248 收稿日期:2020-01-08
*通信作者:王欣榮, E-mail:[email protected];趙克雷, E-mail:[email protected]
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