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Isolation of Saccharibacillus WB17 strain from wheat bran phyllosphere and genomic insight into the cellulolytic and hemicellulolytic complex of the Saccharibacillus genus

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The microorganisms living on the phyllosphere (the aerial part of the plants) are in contact with the lignocellulosic plant cell wall and might have a lignocellulolytic potential. We isolated a Saccharibacillus strain (Saccharibacillus WB17) from wheat bran phyllosphere and its cellulolytic and hemicellulolytic potential was investigated during growth onto wheat bran. Five other type strains from that genus selected from databases were also cultivated onto wheat bran and glucose. Studying the chemical composition of wheat bran residues by FTIR after growth of the six strains showed an important attack of the stretching C-O vibrations assigned to polysaccharides for all the strains, whereas the C = O bond/esterified carboxyl groups were not impacted. The genomic content of the strains showed that they harbored several CAZymes (comprised between 196 and 276) and possessed four of the fifth modules reflecting the presence of a high diversity of enzymes families. Xylanase and amylase activities were the most active enzymes with values reaching more than 4746 ± 1400 mIU/mg protein for the xylanase activity in case of Saccharibacillus deserti KCTC 33693 T and 452 ± 110 mIU/mg protein for the amylase activity of Saccharibacillus WB17. The total enzymatic activities obtained was not correlated to the total abundance of CAZyme along that genus. The Saccharibacillus strains harbor also some promising proteins in the GH30 and GH109 modules with potential arabinofuranosidase and oxidoreductase activities. Overall, the genus Saccharibacillus and more specifically the Saccharibacillus WB17 strain represent biological tools of interest for further biotechnological applications.
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hal-03954790 , version 1 (24-01-2023)

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Ludovic Besaury, Mathilde Bocquart, Caroline Rémond. Isolation of Saccharibacillus WB17 strain from wheat bran phyllosphere and genomic insight into the cellulolytic and hemicellulolytic complex of the Saccharibacillus genus. Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, 2022, 53 (4), pp.1829-1842. ⟨10.1007/s42770-022-00819-w⟩. ⟨hal-03954790⟩

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