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Table 1 Annotation information for selected metabolic genes and operons

From: Pleiotropic phenotypes of a Yersinia enterocolitica flhD mutant include reduced lethality in a chicken embryo model

Operon Genes in operon Function of the operon
fleC fleC Flagellin
hutC hutC, hutI, hutG Histidine utilization
hutU hutU, hutH, hutP Histidine utilization
carA carA, carB Carbamoyl phosphate synthetase
pyrB pyrB, pyrI Aspartate carbamoyl transferase
deoC deoC, deoA, deoB, deoD Purine metabolism
acre acrE, lpdA, aceF Pyruvate dehydrogenase
opp1 oppA1, oppB1, oppC1, oppD/F Oligopeptide transport
opp2 oppA2, oppA2, oppB2, oppC2, oppD2, oppF2 Oligopeptide transport
dpp1 dppA1, dppB1, dppC1, dppD1, dpp1F Dipeptide transport
dpp2 dppA2, dppB2, dppC2, dppD2, dppF2 Dipeptide transport
  1. Column 1 indicates the name of the operon that was analyzed.
  2. Column 2 contains all genes in that operon.
  3. Column 3 indicates the function of the operon in metabolism and/or transport. Annotation information was obtained from Sanger [22].