Spirochaetes dominate the microbial community associated with the red coral Corallium rubrum on a broad geographic scale

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van de Water, Jeroen A. J. M.
Melkonian, Rémy
Junca, Howard
Reynaud, Stéphanie
Allemand, Denis
Ferrier-Pagès, Christine
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Scientific reports. Springer Nature. 2016, 6, 27277. eISSN 2045-2322. Available under: doi: 10.1038/srep27277
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Mass mortality events in populations of the iconic red coral Corallium rubrum have been related to seawater temperature anomalies that may have triggered microbial disease development. However, very little is known about the bacterial community associated with the red coral. We therefore aimed to provide insight into this species' bacterial assemblages using Illumina MiSeq sequencing of 16S rRNA gene amplicons generated from samples collected at five locations distributed across the western Mediterranean Sea. Twelve bacterial species were found to be consistently associated with the red coral, forming a core microbiome that accounted for 94.6% of the overall bacterial community. This core microbiome was particularly dominated by bacteria of the orders Spirochaetales and Oceanospirillales, in particular the ME2 family. Bacteria belonging to these orders have been implicated in nutrient cycling, including nitrogen, carbon and sulfur. While Oceanospirillales are common symbionts of marine invertebrates, our results identify members of the Spirochaetales as other important dominant symbiotic bacterial associates within Anthozoans.

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ISO 690VAN DE WATER, Jeroen A. J. M., Rémy MELKONIAN, Howard JUNCA, Christian R. VOOLSTRA, Stéphanie REYNAUD, Denis ALLEMAND, Christine FERRIER-PAGÈS, 2016. Spirochaetes dominate the microbial community associated with the red coral Corallium rubrum on a broad geographic scale. In: Scientific reports. Springer Nature. 2016, 6, 27277. eISSN 2045-2322. Available under: doi: 10.1038/srep27277
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@article{vandeWater2016Spiro-51050,
  year={2016},
  doi={10.1038/srep27277},
  title={Spirochaetes dominate the microbial community associated with the red coral Corallium rubrum on a broad geographic scale},
  volume={6},
  journal={Scientific reports},
  author={van de Water, Jeroen A. J. M. and Melkonian, Rémy and Junca, Howard and Voolstra, Christian R. and Reynaud, Stéphanie and Allemand, Denis and Ferrier-Pagès, Christine},
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