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Table 1 Identification and description of affected insertion sites in mutants displaying modified serum resistance in C. sakazakii ES5

From: Identification of genes involved in serum tolerance in the clinical strain Cronobacter sakazakiiES5

Mutant Phenotype Locus tag closest homologue blastx/organism Protein Name (max ident aa) Description
67.1a Reduced serum resistance ESA_04343/Cronobacter sakazakii BAA-894 Putative uncharacterized protein (100%) Putative membrane protein IgaA homolog (C. turicensis z3032)
BF4b Reduced serum resistance ESA_04103/Cronobacter sakazakii BAA-894 Putative uncharacterized protein (100%) Hypothetical protein, conserved domain: Wzy_C superfamily O-antigene ligase
51_C4c Reduced serum resistance ESA_03258/Cronobacter sakazakiiBAA-894 DNA binding transcriptional regulator FruR (99%) Fructose repressor
51_C6c Reduced serum resistance CSE899_07155/Cronobacter sakazakii E899 Hypothetical protein (100%) FadR, GNTR family of transcriptional regulator, winged helix-turn helix DNA binding domain.
69_F1c Reduced serum resistance ESA_01368 Cronobacter sakazakii BAA-894 Hypothetical protein (98%) DnaJ domain protein
1_E1c Increased serum resistance CSE899_13864 Cronobacter sakazakii E899 Copper homeostasis protein CutC (100%) Uncharacterized protein involved in copper resistance
4_G12c Increased serum resistance ESA_03283 Cronobacter sakazakii ATCC BAA-894 Hypothetical protein (99%) DjlA
21_G1c Increased serum resistance ESA_02809/Cronobacter sakazakii BAA-894 Hypothetical protein (99%) Hha toxicity attenuator, YbaJ “biofilm formation regulator” C. sakazakii E899
24_H4c Increased serum resistance ESA_03832/Cronobacter sakazakii BAA-894 Hypothetical protein (100%) ribonuclease activity regulator protein RraA
37_A11c Increased serum resistance Ctu_3p00270/ Cronobacter turicensis z3032 Hypothetical protein (99%) On Plasmid pCtu3 of C. turicensis z3032 – no annotation available
  1. a obtained from the study by Johler et al., 2010 [11].
  2. b obtained from the study by Hartmann et al., 2010 [13].
  3. c this study.