Occurrence of sul and tet(M) genes in bacterial community in Japanese marine aquaculture environment throughout the year: Profile comparison with Taiwanese and Finnish aquaculture waters

Satoru Suzuki, Sayoko Nakanishi, Manu Tamminen, Taichi Yokokawa, Yuki Sato-Takabe, Kohei Ohta, Hsin Yiu Chou, Windi I. Muziasari, Marko Virta

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The use of antibiotics in aquaculture causes selection pressure for antibiotic-resistant bacteria (ARB). Antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) may persist in ARB and the environment for long time even after stopping drug administration. Here we show monthly differences in the occurrences of genes conferring resistance to sulfonamides (i.e. sul1, sul2, sul3), and tetracyclines (tet(M)) in Japanese aquaculture seawater accompanied by records of drug administration. sul2 was found to persist throughout the year, whereas the occurrences of sul1, sul3, and tet(M) changed month-to-month. sul3 and tet(M) were detected in natural bacterial assemblages in May and July, but not in colony-forming bacteria, thus suggesting that the sul3 was harbored by the non-culturable fraction of the bacterial community. Comparison of results from Taiwanese, Japanese, and Finnish aquaculture waters reveals that the profile of sul genes and tet(M) in Taiwan resembles that in Japan, but is distinct from that in Finland. To our knowledge, this work represents the first report to use the same method to compare the dynamics of sul genes and tet(M) in aquaculture seawater in different countries.

元の言語英語
ページ(範囲)649-656
ページ数8
ジャーナルScience of the Total Environment
669
DOI
出版物ステータス出版済み - 6 15 2019

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Aquaculture
Antibiotics
aquaculture
Genes
antibiotics
Anti-Bacterial Agents
Bacteria
Water
gene
Seawater
bacterium
drug
seawater
Tetracyclines
water
antibiotic resistance
Sulfonamides
Pharmaceutical Preparations
comparison

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  • Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Waste Management and Disposal
  • Pollution

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Occurrence of sul and tet(M) genes in bacterial community in Japanese marine aquaculture environment throughout the year : Profile comparison with Taiwanese and Finnish aquaculture waters. / Suzuki, Satoru; Nakanishi, Sayoko; Tamminen, Manu; Yokokawa, Taichi; Sato-Takabe, Yuki; Ohta, Kohei; Chou, Hsin Yiu; Muziasari, Windi I.; Virta, Marko.

:: Science of the Total Environment, 巻 669, 15.06.2019, p. 649-656.

研究成果: ジャーナルへの寄稿記事

Suzuki, Satoru ; Nakanishi, Sayoko ; Tamminen, Manu ; Yokokawa, Taichi ; Sato-Takabe, Yuki ; Ohta, Kohei ; Chou, Hsin Yiu ; Muziasari, Windi I. ; Virta, Marko. / Occurrence of sul and tet(M) genes in bacterial community in Japanese marine aquaculture environment throughout the year : Profile comparison with Taiwanese and Finnish aquaculture waters. :: Science of the Total Environment. 2019 ; 巻 669. pp. 649-656.
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