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Table 2 Genes/operons with CcpA-independent regulation by glucose

From: Effect of a glucose impulse on the CcpA regulon in Staphylococcus aureus

ID   Producta wt mut
N315 Newman common   +/-b +/-b
Down-regulated by glucose
SA0256 NWMN_0200 bglA 6-phospho-beta-glucosidase 0.5 0.5
SA0318 NWMN_0322   ascorbate-specific PTS system enzyme IIC 0.1 0.3
SA0319 NWMN_0323   similar to PTS system component 0.2 0.2
SA0320 NWMN_0324   similar to PTS transport system IIA component 0.2 0.2
SA0321 NWMN_0325   similar to PTS multidomain regulator 0.3 0.2
SA1991 NWMN_2093 lacG 6-phospho-beta-galactosidase 0.5 0.5
SA1992 NWMN_2094 lacE PTS system, lactose-specific IIBC component 0.5 0.4
SA1993 NWMN_2095 lacF PTS system, lactose-specific IIA component 0.4 0.4
SA1994 NWMN_2096 lacD tagatose-1,6-diphosphate aldolase 0.5 0.4
SA1995 NWMN_2097 lacC tagatose-6-phosphate kinase 0.6§ 0.6§
SA1996 NWMN_2098 lacB galactose-6-phosphate isomerase LacB subunit 0.5 0.4
SA1997 NWMN_2099 lacA galactose-6-phosphate isomerase LacA subunit 0.6§ 0.5
  1. a Cellular main roles are in accordance with the N315 annotation of the DOGAN website [26] and/or the KEGG website [27].
  2. b Comparison of gene expression with (+) and without (-) glucose, genes with a +/- glucose ratio of ≤ 0.5 or ≥2 in the wild-type were considered to be regulated
  3. § Genes with regulation above threshold, which were included in the list because they were part of a putative operon.