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Table 1 List of publications and brief description of the conditions they included, used in the comparison of transcriptional responses shown in Figure 6

From: Transcriptome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae during production of D-xylonate

  Condition Control pH Publication
kaw acetic OD 0.1 to 1 (adaptation) 0.3% w/v acetate (OD = 0.1), growth until OD = 1 WT strain, no acid pH 3.2 Kawahata et al. [34]
kaw hydrochloric OD 0.1 to 1 (adaptation) 0.03% w/v hydrochloric acid (OD = 0.1), growth until OD = 1 WT strain, no acid pH 2.5 Kawahata et al. [34]
kaw lactic OD 0.1 to 1 (adaptation) 0.3% w/v lactate (OD = 0.1), growth until OD = 1 WT strain, no acid pH 2.8 Kawahata et al. [34]
kaw hydrochloric 30 m (shock) 30 min after addition of 0.03% w/v hydrochloric acid WT strain, no acid pH 2.6 Kawahata et al. [34]
kaw lactate 30 m (shock) 30 min after addition of 0.3% w/v lactate WT strain, no acid pH 2.8 Kawahata et al. [34]
kaw acetic 30 m (shock) 30 min after addition of 0.3% w/v acetate WT strain, no acid pH 3.3 Kawahata et al. [34]
den sorbic 0.9 mM late exponential stage, 0.9 mM sorbate WT strain, no acid pH 4.5 de Nobel et al. [35]
ro artemisinic 72 h artemisinic acid-producing strain 72 h strain with inactivated gene 72 h pH 5.5 Ro et al. [24]
ro Artemisinic 24 h artemisinic acid-producing strain 24 h strain with inactivated gene 24 h pH 5.5 Ro et al. [24]
ro Artemisinic 48 h artemisinic acid-producing strain 48 h strain with inactivated gene 48 h pH 5.5 Ro et al. [24]
moj x23h-wt23h Xylonate production, after 23 h WT strain, no production, after 23 h pH 5.5 This publication
moj x47h-wt47h Xylonate production, after 47 h WT strain, no production, after 47 h pH 5.5 This publication
moj x71h-wt71h Xylonate production, after 71 h WT strain, no production, after 47 h pH 5.5 This publication
hir lactate human LDH Lactate production using Human LDH 16 h WT strain, no lactate production pH 5 Hirasawa et al. [36]
hir lactate bovine LDH Lactate production using Bovine LDH 16 h WT strain, no lactate production pH 5 Hirasawa et al. [36]
mir DHaa1 acetate acid haa1 deletion strain, 30 min in 50 mM Acetate haa1 deletion strain, no acid pH 4 Mira et al. [14]
mir wt acetic acid WT strain, 30 min in 50 mM Acetate WT strain, no acid pH 4 Mira et al. [14]
sch sorbate WT strain, 20 min in 8 mM Potassium Sorbate WT strain, no acid   Schuller et al. [10]
abb benzoate WT strain, steady state at 0.27 mM Benzoate WT strain, no acid pH 5 Abbott et al. [18]
abb sorbate WT strain, steady state at 0.47 mM Sorbate WT strain, no acid pH 5 Abbott et al. [18]
abb acetate WT strain, steady state at 37.7 mM Acetate WT strain, no acid pH 5 Abbott et al. [18]
abb propionate WT strain, steady state at 8.6 mM Propionate WT strain, no acid pH 5 Abbott et al. [18]