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Table 1 Pseudomonas aeruginosa possesses an expanded repertoire of genes involved in fatty acid uptake

From: Pseudomonas aeruginosa responds to exogenous polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) by modifying phospholipid composition, membrane permeability, and phenotypes associated with virulence

  FadL FadD PlsB/PlsC PlsX/PlsY
P. aeruginosa PAO1 PA1288 PA1764, PA4589 PA3300, PA3299, PA3924, PA4198, PA2557, PA1617, PA3860, PA3673 /PA3267, PA0358 PA2969 /PA0581
P. putida S12 RPPX_15880, RPPX_25840 RPPX_02635, RPPX_02630, RPPX_05335, RPPX_23090, RPPX_00575, RPPX_21065 RPPX_15320 /RPPX_16685,RPPX_09090 RPPX_17030 /RPPX_07310
P. fluorescens F113 PSF113_4386 PSF113_1301, PSF113_1302, PSF113_3051, PSF113_3081, PSF113_3882, PSF113_0964 PSF113_1116/PSF113_4376 PSF113_4149/PSF113_5367
P. syringae B728a Psyr_3669 Psyr_3836, Psyr_3834, Psyr_0990 Psyr_1328 / Psyr_1586, Psyr_0009 Psyr_1645 / Psyr_4637
  1. Pseudomonas aeruginosa was bioinformatically assessed for homologs to FadL, FadD and acyltransferases involved in utilization of exogenous fatty acids. The identified homologues illustrate the enhanced ability for Pseudomonas species to acquire and utilize exogenous fatty acids