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2022-03-28

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D. G. Zavarzina, M. I. Prokofeva, V. A. Pikhtereva, A. A. Klyukina, A. A. Maslov, A. Yu. Merkel, S. N. Gavrilov

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The Yessentukskoye deposit of Caucasian mineral waters contains balneologically valuable drinking mineral water, which is extracted from the Upper Cretaceous 1 km subsurface aquifer and is almost unexplored by microbiologists. We have sampled this water via continuously operating production wells, characterized the phylogenetic diversity of its microbial community, and obtained enrichments of thermophilic iron reducers from the source aquifer. From the enrichments, a novel anaerobic thermophilic bacterium, reducing Fe(III) in the mineral ferrihydrite with acetate as the electron donor, was isolated into a pure culture. The novel isolate, designated as strain Es71-Z0220T belonging to Deferribacterales order, is thermophilic, neutrophilic, halotolerant, motile vibrio. It utilizes synthesized ferrihydrite, fumarate, nitrate or elemental sulfur as the electron acceptors with organic acids as the electron donors. The strain is incapable of soluble Fe(III) complexes reduction and fermentative growth. The draft genome assembly of strain Es71-Z0220T resulted in 65 contigs with a total size of ca. 2.3 Mb. On the basis of whole-genome phylogenetic reconstruction and physiological characterization, the novel isolate was considered to represent a novel family, genus and species for which the name Deferrivibrio essentukiensis gen. nov., sp. nov. is proposed. Genome analysis revealed key determinants of anaerobic respiration and carbon substrate utilization pathways in the organism with peculiarities related to putative Fe(III)-reducing electron transfer chain. Considering the revealed metabolic features of Deferrivibrio essentukiensis, the involvement of the organism in its subsurface environment in biogeochemical by carbon cycling by coupling the organic matter oxidation with Fe(III) minerals reduction is discussed. More... »

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143-159

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