10th World Summit on Immunology, Microbiology & Infectious Diseases
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Molecular Characterization of Bacillus-Genus Bacteria with Fibrinolytic Potential Isolated from Squashes ┬źNTETE┬╗ in Brazzaville in the Republic of Congo

Etienne Nguimbi* and Faly Armel SolokaMabika
Universite Marien Ngouabi, Republic of Congo

Citation: Nguimbi E, Solokamabika FA (2020) Molecular Characterization of Bacillus-Genus Bacteria with Fibrinolytic Potential Isolated from Squashes «NTETE» in Brazzaville in the Republic of Congo. SciTech Immuno-Microbiology 2020. 

Received: November 09, 2020         Accepted: November 11, 2020         Published: November 11, 2020

Abstract

Three (3) samples of cooked squash wrapped in sheets and consumed in Brazzaville and collected and in three Brazzaville markets were explored. The estimated count of the total flora of each sample for each of the three markets, namely Total, Moukondo and Tsieme was carried out on PCA and represents respectively (5.2 ±0.12) 107 CFU / g, (1.73 ± 0 , 16) 107 CFU / g, and (9.43 ±1.06) 107 CFU / g  while bacteria of the genus Bacillus are estimated in Mossel respectively at (3.5 ±1.16) 106 CFU / g, (4, 01 ±0.85) 106 CFU / g (8.96 ±0.60) 106 CFU / g. Sixty-six isolates of bacteria of the genus Bacillus isolated from squash by conventional microbiology techniques have been phenotypically characterized. The morphological types characterized are essentially the bacillary form and the spherical form. The ability to produce fibrinolytic enzymes correlated with growth was assessed. The growth in terms of optical density varies from 0.800 to 0.97 and the enzymatic production in all the isolates tested varies from 12 to 21 mm. After DNA extraction from 36 isolates, PCR amplification of the rR16S gene revealed fragments of approximately 1500bp by electrophoresis on Agarose Gel. The sequencing of thirty-four (34) fragments made it possible to obtain fifteen (15) sequences having a strong similarity between them and also with the homologs of the databases (97% to 100%) and therefore the molecular identification of: Bacillus sp 40%, Bacillus amyloliquefaciens 6.66%, Bacillus subtilis 33.33%, Bacillus Pumilus 6.66%, Bacillus megaterum 6.66%, Bacillus velezensis 6.66%. Five (5) of these sequences have been submitted to GenBank and the accession numbers are successively: MK193815.1 (Bacillus subtilisstrain ASM1), MK207434.1 (Bacillus subtilisstrain ASM3), MK207435.1 (Bacillus pumilusstrain ASM5) , MK207436.1 (Bacillus subtilisstrain ASM4), MK207437.1 (Bacillus megateriumstrain ASM2).The multiple alignment of sequences obtained shows a high conservation of thisgene in bacteria of the genus Bacillus. The phylogenetic classification clearly shows thismonophyletic class of bacteria of the genus Bacillus with very short distances (less than 3%).
Keywords: Molecular characterization, Fibrinolytic potential, Bacillus, Squash, Brazzaville