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Table 1 Bacterial strains and plasmids used in the study

From: The role of ClpP, RpoS and CsrA in growth and filament formation of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium at low temperature

Strain or plasmids Genotype and relevant characteristics Reference
Salmonella strains
C5   S. Typhimurium, virulent wild type [38]
clpP LT1100 C5 ΔclpP [39]
clpP + LT1102 LT1100 with Tn10 linked to clpP + (linkage 48%) [39]
clpP/rpoS LT1104 LT1100 rpoS::Ap [39]
rpoS LT1105 C5 rpoS::Ap [39]
clpP + /rpoS LT1108 LT1102 rpoS::Ap [39]
csrA (sup) GMK201 C5 csrA::Kn sup, suppressor of csrA growth defect [13]
rpoS/csrA (sup) GMK206 LT1105 csrA::Kn, sup, suppressor of csrA growth defect [13]
clpP/rpoS/csrA (sup) GMK207 LT1104 csrA::Kn, sup, suppressor of csrA growth defect [13]
csrA + (sup) GMK209 GMK201 with plasmid pCA132 [13]
Plasmids
pCA132 0.7-kb csrA fragment on pFF584; Strr Spr [30]