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The pathophysiology of cervical spine degenerative disc disease is comparable to the thoracic and lumbar spine. Typically, physiologic changes occur within the nucleus pulposus first, followed by progressive degeneration of the annulus. This normal degenerative process may lead to extrusion of the nucleus components. The segments begin to become hypermobile leading to additional degenerative arthritic changes and instability. Unlike the lumbar spine, these hypertrophic changes mainly occur at the uncinate process, which forms the ventral wall of the foramen (uncovertebral joint). The facet joints and vertebral bodies also eventually begin to experience these hypertrophic changes due to altered loads. As aforementioned, these changes lead to stiffness and a decrease in motion of the cervical spine.
Our microarray data identified a cysteine desulfurase (ZMO1022), thiosulfate sulfurtransferase (ZMO1460) and a [2Fe-2S] binding domain family protein (NT01ZM1467) as being up-regulated under aerobic conditions (see Additional file 5) and suggested the metabolism of sulfur compounds was impacted by aerobic conditions. However, we did not observe any trends related to sulfur-containing metabolites in our metabolomics dataset. Genes related to sensing and responding to environmental signals including three chemotaxis genes cheX (ZMO0084), motD (ZMO0641) and fliD (ZMO0651), six transcriptional regulators including a two-component signal transduction (TCSTS) histidine kinase (ZMO1216) and response regulator (ZMO1387) were up-regulated during aerobic fermentation (see Additional file 5). We also observed that several ATP synthase subunit genes (alpha and beta) were expressed less under aerobic conditions. The expression of NAD synthetase gene (nadE), involved in nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide de novo biosynthesis and salvage pathways was approximately 9-fold greater in the presence of oxygen (see Additional file 5). Several flavoprotein transcripts, nitroreductase (tdsD) and flavodoxin (nifF), were approximately 9-fold more abundant under aerobic conditions.
Expression of a number of stress response genes was found to be greater in the presence of oxygen or by-products in the stationary phase. Under aerobic conditions ZMO1097 encoding a thioredoxin was induced approximately four-fold, ZMO1830 (fdxB) encoding a ferredoxin showed six-fold induction, ZMO1732 (ahpC) encoding an alkyl hydroperoxide reductase showed 18-fold greater expression, ZMO0279 encoding a cold-shock protein was induced two-fold, and a glutathione S-transferase family protein encoded by ZMO1118 was induced eight-fold. The E. coli alternative sigma factor rpoH plays an important role in overcoming oxidative stress responses  and rpoH (ZMO0749) was induced approximately 32-fold under aerobic conditions via q-PCR in our study (see Additional file 7). Other regulators with greater expression levels under aerobic condition include ZMO1121 encoding a MerR family regulator, ZMO1216 encoding a two-component signal transduction histidine kinase, ZMO1387 encoding a two-component response regulator, and ZMO1063 (pspA) encoding a sigma 54-dependent transcription suppressor (see Additional file 5). A number of these microarray expression values were confirmed by qPCR (see Additional file 6, 7).
Ribitol was the most abundant differentially detected intracellular metabolite by GC-MS, at approximately 17-fold greater levels within aerobic cells compared to anaerobic cells (Table 1). The addition of various straight-chain alditols including ribitol has been reported to lead to the formation of novel E. coli phospholipids . However, we did not conduct detailed phospholipid fatty acid (PLFA) analysis, nor target intact membranes. Ribitol and adenosine (latter was not considered significantly differentially expressed) are also both flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) components, which may reflect differences in redox potential and electron transfer between the two different conditions. Further studies are required to elucidate the role of ribitol and other metabolites like 4-hydroxybutanoate in Z. mobilis physiology and identify the unknown metabolites we detected. GC-MS based metabolomics provides a useful platform to examine a broad range of metabolites such as sugars, sugar alcohols, sugar acids, organic acids, amino acids, fatty acids, sterols, secondary metabolites, phenolic glycosides, alkaloids, purines, pyrimidines, and nucleosides [22, 23, 45, 46]. However, a number of classes of metabolites cannot be detected by GC-MS and ribitol may not be the largest metabolite difference between these states. The differences of intracellular lactate indicated this metabolite was more abundant under aerobic conditions (Table 1), which was consistent with levels detected in the medium supernatant (Fig. 2).
RNA was isolated essentially described previously . Briefly, samples from aerobic and anaerobic fermentors were harvested by centrifugation and the TRIzol reagent (Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA) was used to extract total cellular RNA. Each total RNA preparation was treated with RNase-free DNase I (Ambion, Austin, TX) to digest residual chromosomal DNA and subsequently purified with the Qiagen RNeasy Mini kit in accordance with the instructions from the manufacturer. Total cellular RNA was quantified at OD260 and OD280 with a NanoDrop ND-1000 spectrophotometer (NanoDrop Technologies, Wilmington, DE). The purified RNA from each sample was used as the template to generate cDNA copies labeled with either Cy3-dUTP or Cy5-dUTP (GE Healthcare Bio-Sciences Corp, Piscataway, NJ). In a duplicate set of cDNA synthesis reactions the fluorescent dyes were reversed for each sample so that the effects of a specific dye were minimized. Labeling reaction components and incubation conditions as well as cDNA probe purification and concentration determination have been described previously .
SAP ERP is an enterprise resource planning software developed by the German company SAP SE. SAP ERP incorporates the key business functions of an organization. The latest version of SAP ERP (V.6.0) was made available in 2006. The most recent SAP enhancement package 8 for SAP ERP 6.0 was released in 2016. It is now considered legacy technology, having been superseded by SAP S/4HANA.
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