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Table 2 G. metallireducens genes for which transcription was induced at least 10-fold with benzoate as the sole electron and carbon donor, relative to acetate

From: Genomic and microarray analysis of aromatics degradation in Geobacter metallireducens and comparison to a Geobacter isolate from a contaminated field site

Gmet ORFa Fold change Gene name Predicted function
Gmet_0108 12.9   ATPase
Gmet_0356 13.8   Conserved hypothetical protein
Gmet_0519 20   Permease
Gmet_0728 16.5   Conserved hypothetical protein
Gmet_1802 23.6   Aldehyde ferredoxin oxidoreductase
Gmet_1803 15.7   4Fe-4S binding
Gmet_2017 31.5   Hypothetical protein
Gmet_2057 31.9 ech^ Enoyl-CoA hydratase/isomerase
Gmet_2058 15.2 act* Thiolase
Gmet_2059 16.4 adh Short-chain dehydrogenase
Gmet_2064 13.2 tre^ Bacterial regulatory proteins, IclR
Gmet_2065 28.7 oxr 4Fe-4S binding
Gmet_2068 32.6 scsA* Succinyl-CoA synthetase, alpha
Gmet_2071 14.1 ech* Enoyl-CoA hydratase/isomerase
Gmet_2072 18.4 acd^ 3-hydroxyacyl-CoA dehydrogenase
Gmet_2074 50.7 bamN^ Thiolase
Gmet_2075 19.1 bamM* Acyl-CoA dehydrogenase
Gmet_2077 21.8 bamK N-acetyltransferase
Gmet_2080 36.1 bamH^ NAD(P) diaphorase, HoxF
Gmet_2081 27.5 bamG NAD(P) diaphorase, HoxU
Gmet_2083 27.3 bamF^ hydrogenase, delta subunit; HTH mo
Gmet_2084 20.6 bamE* 4Fe-4S binding, FAD binding
Gmet_2085 27 bamD^ 4Fe-4S binding, cysteine rich
Gmet_2086 20 bamC* 4Fe-4S binding
Gmet_2087 36.4 bamB* Aldehyde ferredoxin oxidoreductase
Gmet_2147 10.4 bamU^ Amidohydrolase
Gmet_2149 12.1 bamS Hypothetical
Gmet_2150 33.4 bamR* Dch
Gmet_2151 29.3 bamQ* Had
Gmet_2152 28.9 bamP* Electron transfer flavoprotein, alpha
Gmet_2153 10.2 bamO^ Electron transfer flavoprotein, beta
Gmet_2157 12   Response regulator receiver
Gmet_2260 22.4   Succinyl-CoA synthetase, alpha sub
Gmet_3305 27.2   Oah2
  1. a Genes in bold are located in the aromatics island of the genome.
  2. * Genes encoding proteins with increased abundance during benzoate oxidation (Wischgoll et al., 2005).
  3. ^ Genes expressed during benzoate but not acetate oxidation (Wischgoll et al., 2005).