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Table 1 The 3R (replication, recombination and repair) gene products that were differentially abundant in the Nm ΔdprA mutant compared to the wildtype

From: Comparative proteomic analysis of Neisseria meningitidis wildtype and dprA null mutant strains links DNA processing to pilus biogenesis

Genes Protein name/function Protein fold change
holA a DNA polymerase III δ-subunit −22.66
recA a Recombinase protein −14.67
ftsK2 DNA translocase −13.05
recN DNA repair protein −12.33
gyrA DNA gyrase subunit A −11.68
mutS DNA mismatch repair protein −11.59
topA DNA topoisomerase 1 −10.19
dnaQ-2 DNA polymerase III ε-subunit −7.30
dnaB Replicative DNA helicase −4.75
dnaN DNA polymerase III β-subunit −4.59
rmuC DNA recombination protein RmuC homolog −4.15
ruvB ATP-dependent DNA helicase −3.68
gyrB DNA gyrase subunit B −2.33
uvrD a DNA helicase −1.78
ftsK1 DNA translocase −1.60
rdgC Recombination-associated protein −1.52
polA DNA polymerase I −1.48
ruvA ATP-dependent DNA helicase −1.47
dnaX DNA polymerase III subunits γ and τ +2.07
ssb Single-stranded DNA-binding protein +2.37
hupB DNA-binding protein HU-β +4.27
  1. aSignificantly regulated proteins. The minus sign of the protein fold change indicates the downregulated whereas the positive sign indicates upregulated proteins