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Comparative proteome analysis reveals conserved and specific adaptation patterns of Staphylococcus aureus after internalization by different types of human non-professional phagocytic host cells

  • Staphylococcus aureus is a human pathogen that can cause a wide range of diseases. Although formerly regarded as extracellular pathogen, it has been shown that S. aureus can also be internalized by host cells and persist within these cells. In the present study, we comparatively analyzed survival and physiological adaptation of S. aureus HG001 after internalization by two human lung epithelial cell lines (S9 and A549), and human embryonic kidney cells (HEK 293). Combining enrichment of bacteria from host-pathogen assays by cell sorting and quantitation of the pathogen's proteome by mass spectrometry we characterized S. aureus adaptation during the initial phase between 2.5 h and 6.5 h post-infection. Starting with about 2 × 106 bacteria, roughly 1450 S. aureus proteins, including virulence factors and metabolic enzymes were identified by spectral comparison and classical database searches. Most of the bacterial adaptation reactions, such as decreased levels of ribosomal proteins and metabolic enzymes or increased amounts of proteins involved in arginine and lysine biosynthesis, enzymes coding for terminal oxidases and stress responsive proteins or activation of the sigma factor SigB were observed after internalization into any of the three cell lines studied. However, differences were noted in central carbon metabolism including regulation of fermentation and threonine degradation. Since these differences coincided with different intracellular growth behavior, complementary profiling of the metabolome of the different non-infected host cell types was performed. This revealed similar levels of intracellular glucose but host cell specific differences in the amounts of amino acids such as glycine, threonine or glutamate. With this comparative study we provide an impression of the common and specific features of the adaptation of S. aureus HG001 to specific host cell environments as a starting point for follow-up studies with different strain isolates and regulatory mutants.

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Author: Kristin Surmann, Stephan Michalik, Petra Hildebrandt, Philipp Gierok, Maren Depke, Lars Brinkmann, Jörg Bernhardt, Manuela G. Salazar, Zhi Sun, David Shteynberg, Ulrike Kusebauch, Robert L. Moritz, Bernd Wollscheid, Michael Lalk, Uwe Völker, Frank Schmidt
URN:urn:nbn:de:gbv:9-opus-29533
DOI:https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2014.00392
ISSN:1664-302X
Publisher:Frontiers Media S.A.
Document Type:Article
Language:English
Date of first Publication:2014/08/01
Release Date:2020/03/11
Tag:host-pathogen interaction, human cell lines, label-free quantitation, proteomics
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Volume:5
Faculties:Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät / Interfakultäres Institut für Genetik und Funktionelle Genomforschung
Licence (German):License LogoCreative Commons - Namensnennung