, plus the possibility to become produced working with plants as biofactories (Montesinos
, plus the possibility to be developed utilizing plants as biofactories (Montesinos et al., 2017), and, at some point, microorganisms, open good expectations for its future exploitation as a biopesticide for plant illness protection.Information AVAILABILITY STATEMENTThe datasets presented in this study might be identified in online repositories. The names of the repository/repositories and accession quantity(s) is usually found beneath: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/, GSE183707.AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONSEM, EB, MP, and LF obtained the financial help. LM, BG, LR, EB, and EM created the analysis, analyzed the information, and wrote the paper. MP and LF offered the AMPs. LM, BG, and LR performed and performed the experiments. All authors study, reviewed, and authorized the final manuscript.FUNDINGThis work was supported by the Spanish Ministerio de Economia y Competitividad (MINECO) Grant Nos. AGL2012-39880-C0202 and AGL2015-69876-C2-1-R.ACKNOWLEDGMENTSWe thank the Government on the Generalitat de Catalunya (Xarxa de Beclin1 Source Referencia en Biotecnolog , and Xarxa de Refer cia en Tecnologia dels Aliments, SGR09626, 2008SGR812, and 2014SGR697) for assistance. The investigation group is accredited by SGR 2014-697 and TECNIO net from Catalonia. We also thank the University of Girona for any grant for investigation improvement 2015018.SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALThe Supplementary Material for this short article can be identified on-line at: frontiersin/articles/10.3389/fpls.2021. 756357/full#supplementary-materialAlbert, M. (2013). Peptides as triggers of plant defense. J Exp Bot. 64, 5269279. doi: 10.1093/jxb/ert275 Ali, S., Ganai, B. A., Kamili, A. N., Bhat, A. A., and Mir, Z. A., Bhat, et al. (2018). Pathogenesis-related proteins and peptides as promising tools for engineering plants with many pressure tolerance. Microbiol Res. 2123, 297. doi: 10.1016/j.micres.2018.04.
microorganismsArticleComplete Genome Evaluation of Undecylprodigiosin Pigment biosynthesizing Marine Streptomyces Species Displaying Possible Bioactive ApplicationsChatragadda Ramesh 1,two, , Maile Anwesh 3, , Nambali Valsalan Vinithkumar two , Ramalingam Kirubagaran four and Laurent Dufoss5, 13National Institute of Oceanography (CSIR-NIO), Dona Paula 403004, Goa, India Atal Centre for Ocean Science and Technologies for Islands, National Institute of Ocean Technologies (NIOT), Ministry of Earth Sciences (MOES), Government of India (GOI), Dollygunj, Port Blair 744103, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India; [email protected] Model Rural Health Research Unit (ICMR-MRHRU), Dahanu 401601, Maharashtra, India Marine Biotechnology Group, National Institute of Ocean Technology, MOES, GOI, Chennai 600100, Tamil Nadu, India; [email protected] Chemistry and Biotechnology of Natural Goods, CHEMBIOPRO, Universitde La R nion, ESIROI Agroalimentaire, 15 Avenue RenCassin, CEDEX 9, F-97744 Saint-Denis, France Correspondence: chramesh@nio (C.R.); [email protected] (M.A.); laurent.c-Myc MedChemExpress [email protected] (L.D.)Citation: Ramesh, C.; Anwesh, M.; Vinithkumar, N.V.; Kirubagaran, R.; Dufoss L. Comprehensive Genome Analysis of Undecylprodigiosin Pigment Biosynthesizing Marine Streptomyces Species Displaying Prospective Bioactive Applications. Microorganisms 2021, 9, 2249. doi/10.3390/ microorganisms9112249 Academic Editor: Johannes F. Imhoff Received: 30 August 2021 Accepted: 24 October 2021 Published: 28 OctoberAbstract: Marine Streptomyces species are underexplored for their pigment molecules and genes. In this study, we report the genome with the undecylprodigiosin biosynthesizing gene cluster ca.