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APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
Volume 76
May 2010
No.10
BIOTECHNOLOGY
In Silico Identification of Gene Amplification Targets for
Improvement of Lycopene Production
Hyung Seok Choi,Sang Yup Lee,
Tae Yong Kim,and Han Min Woo
3097–3105
Use of the Yeast Pichia pastoris as an Expression Host for
Secretion of Enterocin L50,a Leaderless Two-Peptide (L50A
and L50B) Bacteriocin from Enterococcus faecium L50
Antonio Basanta,Beatriz Go´mez-
Sala,Jorge Sa´nchez,Dzung B.Diep,
Carmen Herranz,Pablo E.
Herna´ndez,and Luis M.Cintas
3314–3324
Considerable Increase in Resveratrol Production by
Recombinant Industrial Yeast Strains with Use of Rich
Medium
Tobias Sydor,Steffen Schaffer,and
Eckhard Boles
3361–3363
ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
Nonmagnetotactic Multicellular Prokaryotes from Low-
Saline,Nonmarine Aquatic Environments and Their
Unusual Negative Phototactic Behavior
Christopher T.Lefe`vre,Fernanda
Abreu,Ulysses Lins,and Dennis A.
Bazylinski
3220–3227
Spatially Resolved Characterization of Water and Ion
Incorporation in Bacillus Spores
Sutapa Ghosal,Terrance J.
Leighton,Katherine E.Wheeler,
Ian D.Hutcheon,and Peter K.
Weber
3275–3282
Succession of the Bacterial Community and Dynamics of
Hydrogen Producers in a Hydrogen-Producing Bioreactor
Yue Huang,Wenming Zong,Xing
Yan,Ruofan Wang,Christopher L.
Hemme,Jizhong Zhou,and Zhihua
Zhou
3387–3390
Role of Extracellular DNA in Initial Bacterial Adhesion and
Surface Aggregation
Theerthankar Das,Prashant K.
Sharma,Henk J.Busscher,Henny
C.van der Mei,and Bastiaan P.
Krom
3405–3408
ENZYMOLOGY AND PROTEIN ENGINEERING
Interplay between Clostridium thermocellum Family 48 and
Family 9 Cellulases in Cellulosomal versus Noncellulosomal
States
Yael Vazana,Sarah Moraïs,Yoav
Barak,Raphael Lamed,and Edward
A.Bayer
3236–3243
EVOLUTIONARY AND GENOMIC MICROBIOLOGY
Phylogenetic Approach to the Variability of the
Microsporidian Enterocytozoon bieneusi and Its Implications
for Inter- and Intrahost Transmission
Nuno Henriques-Gil,María Haro,
Fernando Izquierdo,Soledad Fenoy,
and Carmen del A
´
guila
3333–3342
FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
The Case of Botulinum Toxin in Milk:Experimental Data Oliver G.Weingart,Tanja
Schreiber,Conny Mascher,Diana
Pauly,Martin B.Dorner,Thomas
F.H.Berger,Charlotte Egger,
Frank Gessler,Martin J.Loessner,
Marc-Andre Avondet,and Brigitte
G.Dorner
3293–3300
Comparative Transcriptomic and Phenotypic Analysis of the
Responses of Bacillus cereus to Various Disinfectant
Treatments
Mara Ceragioli,Maarten Mols,Roy
Moezelaar,Emilia Ghelardi,Sonia
Senesi,and Tjakko Abee
3352–3360
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Risk of Listeria monocytogenes Contamination of Raw Ready-
To-Eat Seafood Products Available at Retail Outlets in
Japan
Satoko Miya,Hajime Takahashi,
Tatsuya Ishikawa,Tateo Fujii,and
Bon Kimura
3383–3386
Poor Invasion of Trophoblastic Cells but Normal Plaque
Formation in Fibroblastic Cells despite actA Deletion in a
Group of Listeria monocytogenes Strains Persisting in Some
Food Processing Environments
Anne Holch,Caroline Trebbien
Gottlieb,Marianne Halberg Larsen,
Hanne Ingmer,and Lone Gram
3391–3397
GENETICS AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
Characterization of Triclosan-Resistant Mutants Reveals
Multiple Antimicrobial Resistance Mechanisms in
Rhodospirillum rubrum S1H
Benny F.G.Pycke,Aure´lie Crabbe´,
Willy Verstraete,and Natalie Leys
3116–3123
Characterization of the Serpin-Encoding Gene of
Bifidobacterium breve 210B
Francesca Turroni,Elena Foroni,
Mary O’Connell Motherway,
Francesca Bottacini,Vanessa
Giubellini,Aldert Zomer,Alberto
Ferrarini,Massimo Delledonne,
Ziding Zhang,Douwe van Sinderen,
and Marco Ventura
3206–3219
ArcS,the Cognate Sensor Kinase in an Atypical Arc System
of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1
Ju¨rgen Lassak,Anna-Lena Henche,
Lucas Binnenkade,and Kai M.
Thormann
3263–3274
Cloning of Separate Meilingmycin Biosynthesis Gene
Clusters by Use of Acyltransferase-Ketoreductase Didomain
PCR Amplification
Yunlong He,Yuhui Sun,Tiangang
Liu,Xiufen Zhou,Linquan Bai,and
Zixin Deng
3283–3292
Shuttle Vector-Based Transformation System for Pyrococcus
furiosus
Ingrid Waege,Georg Schmid,
Sybille Thumann,Michael Thomm,
and Winfried Hausner
3308–3313
Efficient Electrotransformation of Bacteroides fragilis Minoru Ichimura,Haruyuki
Nakayama-Imaohji,Shin Wakimoto,
Hidetoshi Morita,Tetsuya Hayashi,
and Tomomi Kuwahara
3325–3332
Genetic Basis of Tetracycline Resistance in Bifidobacterium
animalis subsp.lactis
Miguel Gueimonde,Ana Bele´n
Flo´rez,Angela H.A.M.van Hoek,
Birgitte Stuer-Lauridsen,Per
Strøman,Clara G.de los Reyes-
Gavila´n,and Abelardo Margolles
3364–3369
GEOMICROBIOLOGY
Subsurface Cycling of Nitrogen and Anaerobic Aromatic
Hydrocarbon Biodegradation Revealed by Nucleic Acid and
Metabolic Biomarkers
Jane M.Yagi,Joseph M.Suflita,
Lisa M.Gieg,Christopher M.
DeRito,Che-Ok Jeon,and Eugene
L.Madsen
3124–3134
Microbial Links between Sulfate Reduction and Metal
Retention in Uranium- and Heavy Metal-Contaminated Soil
Jana Sitte,Denise M.Akob,
Christian Kaufmann,Kai Finster,
Dipanjan Banerjee,Eva-Maria
Burkhardt,Joel E.Kostka,Andreas
C.Scheinost,Georg Bu¨chel,and
Kirsten Ku¨sel
3143–3152
INVERTEBRATE MICROBIOLOGY
Lepidopteran-Active Variable-Region Sequence Imparts
Coleopteran Activity in eCry3.1Ab,an Engineered Bacillus
thuringiensis Hybrid Insecticidal Protein
Frederick S.Walters,Cheryl M.
deFontes,Hope Hart,Gregory W.
Warren,and Jeng S.Chen
3082–3088
Expression in Escherichia coli of the Native cyt1Aa from
Bacillus thuringiensis subsp.israelensis
Vladislav Sazhenskiy,Arieh
Zaritsky,and Mark Itsko
3409–3411
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METHODS
Bacterial Capture by Peptide-Mimetic Oligoacyllysine
Surfaces
Shahar Rotem,Nili Raz,Yechezkel
Kashi,and Amram Mor
3301–3307
Effect of DNA Extraction Method on the Apparent Microbial
Diversity of Soil
O
¨
zgu¨l I
˙
nceogˇlu,Eelco F.Hoogwout,
Patrick Hill,and Jan Dirk van Elsas
3378–3382
New Method for Monitoring Programmed Cell Death and
Differentiation in Submerged Streptomyces Cultures
Paula Yagu¨e,Angel Manteca,
Alejandro Simon,Marta Elena
Diaz-Garcia,and Jesus Sanchez
3401–3404
MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
Application of Molecular Techniques To Elucidate the
Influence of Cellulosic Waste on the Bacterial Community
Structure at a Simulated Low-Level-Radioactive-Waste Site
Erin K.Field,Seth D’Imperio,
Amber R.Miller,Michael R.
VanEngelen,Robin Gerlach,Brady
D.Lee,William A.Apel,and Brent
M.Peyton
3106–3115
Constitutive Expression of the Proteorhodopsin Gene by
a Flavobacterium Strain Representative of the
Proteorhodopsin-Producing Microbial Community in the
North Sea
Thomas Riedel,Ju¨rgen Tomasch,
Ina Buchholz,Jenny Jacobs,Mario
Kollenberg,Gunnar Gerdts,Antje
Wichels,Thorsten Brinkhoff,
Heribert Cypionka,and Irene
Wagner-Do¨bler
3187–3197
Different Atmospheric Methane-Oxidizing Communities in
European Beech and Norway Spruce Soils
Daniela M.Degelmann,Werner
Borken,Harold L.Drake,and
Steffen Kolb
3228–3235
Denitrifying Bacteria Isolated from Terrestrial Subsurface
Sediments Exposed to Mixed-Waste Contamination
Stefan J.Green,Om Prakash,
Thomas M.Gihring,Denise M.
Akob,Puja Jasrotia,Philip M.
Jardine,David B.Watson,Steven
D.Brown,Anthony V.Palumbo,
and Joel E.Kostka
3244–3254
MYCOLOGY
Development of a Conditional Gene Expression System
Using a Zearalenone-Inducible Promoter for the Ascomycete
Fungus Gibberella zeae
Jungkwan Lee,Hokyoung Son,
Seunghoon Lee,Ae Ran Park,and
Yin-Won Lee
3089–3096
HypC,the Anthrone Oxidase Involved in Aflatoxin
Biosynthesis
Kenneth C.Ehrlich,Ping Li,Leslie
Scharfenstein,and Perng-Kuang
Chang
3374–3377
PHYSIOLOGY
Carbohydrate Metabolism in Mutants of the
Cyanobacterium Synechococcus elongatus PCC 7942 Defective
in Glycogen Synthesis
Eiji Suzuki,Hajime Ohkawa,
Katsuya Moriya,Tatsuya Matsubara,
Yukari Nagaike,Ikuko Iwasaki,
Shoko Fujiwara,Mikio Tsuzuki,and
Yasunori Nakamura
3153–3159
Proteomic Analyses To Reveal the Protective Role of
Glutathione in Resistance of Lactococcus lactis to Osmotic
Stress
Yanhe Zhang,Yanping Zhang,Yan
Zhu,Shaoming Mao,and Yin Li
3177–3186
PLANT MICROBIOLOGY
Sequences Essential for Transmission of Spiroplasma citri by
Its Leafhopper Vector,Circulifer haematoceps,Revealed by
Plasmid Curing and Replacement Based on Incompatibility
Marc Breton,Sybille Duret,Jean-
Luc Danet,Marie-Pierre Dubrana,
and Joe¨l Renaudin
3198–3205
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PCR-Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis Analysis To
Assess the Effects of a Genetically Modified Cucumber
Mosaic Virus-Resistant Tomato Plant on Soil Microbial
Communities
Chih-Hui Lin and Tzu-Ming Pan 3370–3373
PUBLIC HEALTH MICROBIOLOGY
The Internal Transcribed Spacer Region,a New Tool for
Use in Species Differentiation and Delineation of Systematic
Relationships within the Campylobacter Genus
Si Ming Man,Nadeem O.
Kaakoush,Sophie Octavia,and
Hazel Mitchell
3071–3081
Inhibitory Effect of Biocides on the Viable Masses and
Matrices of Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas
aeruginosa Biofilms
K.Tote´,T.Horemans,D.Vanden
Berghe,L.Maes,and P.Cos
3135–3142
The Transcriptional Repressor FarR Is Not Involved in
Meningococcal Fatty Acid Resistance Mediated by the
FarAB Efflux Pump and Dependent on Lipopolysaccharide
Structure
Stephanie Schielke,Corinna
Schmitt,Carolin Spatz,Matthias
Frosch,Alexandra Schubert-
Unkmeir,and Oliver Kurzai
3160–3169
Construction of Aminoglycoside-Sensitive Burkholderia
cenocepacia Strains for Use in Studies of Intracellular
Bacteria with the Gentamicin Protection Assay
Mohamad A.Hamad,Alexander M.
Skeldon,and Miguel A.Valvano
3170–3176
Relative Decay of Bacteroidales Microbial Source Tracking
Markers and Cultivated Escherichia coli in Freshwater
Microcosms
Linda K.Dick,Erin A.Stelzer,Erin
E.Bertke,Denise L.Fong,and
Donald M.Stoeckel
3255–3262
Systematic Evaluation of the Efficacy of Chlorine Dioxide in
Decontamination of Building Interior Surfaces
Contaminated with Anthrax Spores
Vipin K.Rastogi,Shawn P.Ryan,
Lalena Wallace,Lisa S.Smith,
Saumil S.Shah,and G.Blair Martin
3343–3351
Effects of Environmental Stress on Stability of Tandem
Repeats in Escherichia coli O157:H7
Michael B.Cooley,Diana Carychao,
Kimberly Nguyen,Linda
Whitehand,and Robert Mandrell
3398–3400
Cover photograph (Copyright © 2010,American Society for Microbiology.All Rights Reserved.):Lactococcus lactis SK11 cells
containing glutathione (GSH) exhibit increased expression of enzymes involved in sugar metabolism.Shown is a schematic
representation of the metabolic pathways of L.lactis SK11 that respond to the presence/absence of GSHwith or without exposure
to osmotic stress.Upregulated proteins are indicated by red arrows,whereas downregulated proteins are in green.The width of
an arrow represents the relative abundance of that protein,which was calculated by multiplying or dividing the width of the
baseline arrow for unstressed GSH-negative cells by the change in the level of protein expression.(See related article on page 3177.)
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