Ferritine and biomineralization of biogenic magnetic nanoparticles in microorganisms

In this paper, we verify the hypothesis on obligatory participation of ferritin molecules in the biomineralization process of biogenic magnetic nanoparticles assuming that the genetic mechanism of biogenic magnetic nanoparticles is consistent for prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Using comparative genomic methods, we seek to reveal whether all the magnetic bacteria have ferritin genes in their genome. Well known proteins (ferritin and ferritin-like proteins) are compared with compiling magnetotactice bactria genomes using the blastn “BLAST on-line” under standard program parameters. This program is free software presented by National Center of Biotechnological Information. We establish that the biogenic magnetic nanoparticle biomineralization in eukaryotes and prokaryotes is not connected with availability of ferritin and ferritin like-proteins. Although we show the ferritin coagulation impossibility in Escherichia coli under the exposure of magnetic field with voltage which is enough for coagulation of biogenic and exogenous magnetic nanoparticals in cells by scanning probe microscopy method. Since protein contains ferrihydrite (antiferromagnet) crystals, magnetic fields of moderate voltage can change nanostructure localization of ferrite biogenic and exogenous magnetic nanoparticles, but cannot cause the ferritin molecules agglomerates formation.

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