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Table 2 Sensitivity test on yeast deletant strains

From: Genome-wide survey of yeast mutations leading to activation of the yeast cell integrity MAPK pathway: Novel insights into diverse MAPK outcomes

  Sensitivity
ORF/Gene Congo red Caspofungin SDS Caffeine Hygromycin B
YCR090C --- --- --- --- ---
YDL173W --- --- S SS ---
YDR290W SSSS SSS S --- SS
YGR022C --- SSS S --- ---
YLR250W --- --- --- --- ---
YLR338W SSSS R SS SSSSS SSSSS
YMR119W-A --- --- --- --- ---
YNL058C --- --- --- --- ---
YNL105W --- --- --- --- ---
YNR014W --- --- --- R ---
YPL158C --- SSS --- SS ---
ERC1 --- --- --- --- ---
FES1 SSSSS --- SSSSS SSSSS ---
FPK1 --- --- --- R ---
GAT2 SS --- S --- SSSSS
GLG2 --- --- --- --- ---
KSP1 --- --- --- --- ---
LEA1 SS --- --- SSSS SSS
MOG1 --- SS SS SS SSSSS
MSP1 --- --- --- --- ---
PHM8 --- --- --- --- SSS
RMD11 --- --- S --- ---
ROX1 --- --- --- --- SSSS
SEC72 --- --- --- --- ---
SUV3 --- --- --- --- SSS
YPR115W --- --- --- --- ---
  1. Sensitivity to Congo red (100 μg/ml), Caspofungin (40 ng/ml), SDS (200 μg/ml), Caffeine (12 mM) and Hygromycin B (50 μg/ml) using a spot dilution assay (see Methods for details) is shown. Hypersensitivity levels are shown as the number of spot dilutions ("S") in which no cell growth is scored. "R" refers to a resistant phenotype and "---" indicates no difference in growth relative to the wild-type strain. Genes of unknown function are grouped in the upper part of the table.