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New insight and metrics to understand the ontogeny and succession of Lactobacillus plantarum subsp. plantarum and Lactobacillus plantarum subsp. argentoratensis

Lactobacillus plantarum is one of the most extensively studied Lactobacillus species because of its presence in a variety of environmental niches, versatility, and metabolic capabilities, resulting in the use of this organism in many industrial applications. However, although extensive effort has be... Full description

Journal Title: Scientific Reports 01 April 2018, Vol.8(1), pp.1-9
Main Author: Yong Ju Jin
Other Authors: Yu Kyoung Park , Min Seok Cho , Eui Seok Lee , Dong Suk Park
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ID: E-ISSN: 2045-2322 ; DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-24541-6
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title: New insight and metrics to understand the ontogeny and succession of Lactobacillus plantarum subsp. plantarum and Lactobacillus plantarum subsp. argentoratensis
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description: Lactobacillus plantarum is one of the most extensively studied Lactobacillus species because of its presence in a variety of environmental niches, versatility, and metabolic capabilities, resulting in the use of this organism in many industrial applications. However, although extensive effort has been invested in screening this species from a variety of habitats, a reliable and accurate method for studying the succession and ontogeny of this organism in complex ecosystems is still required to confirm the activity of L. plantarum at the subspecies level. Therefore, in this study, novel subspecies-specific genes for the quantitative detection of two L. plantarum subspecies were identified by comparative genomic analysis. The specificity of primer sets for selected genes specific to each targeted microbe was confirmed in kimchi samples. Interestingly, in all the kimchi samples at 4 °C, the presence of L. plantarum subsp. argentoratensis was not observed. Hence, we found that low temperatures markedly affected the ontogeny of L. plantarum subsp. argentoratensis during kimchi fermentation. Subsequently, this touchstone method will offer new insight and metrics to understand the ontogeny and succession of L. plantarum subsp. plantarum and L. plantarum subsp. argentoratensis in various niches.
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Abstract Lactobacillus plantarum is one of the most extensively studied Lactobacillus species because of its presence in a variety of environmental niches, versatility, and metabolic capabilities, resulting in the use of this organism in many industrial applications. However, although extensive effort has been invested in screening this species from a variety of habitats, a reliable and accurate method for studying the succession and ontogeny of this organism in complex ecosystems is still required to confirm the activity of L. plantarum at the subspecies level. Therefore, in this study, novel subspecies-specific genes for the quantitative detection of two L. plantarum subspecies were identified by comparative genomic analysis. The specificity of primer sets for selected genes specific to each targeted microbe was confirmed in kimchi samples. Interestingly, in all the kimchi samples at 4 °C, the presence of L. plantarum subsp. argentoratensis was not observed. Hence, we found...

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