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Transcriptomes published in   J Bacteriol

   
  Regulator    # Up regulated genes    # Down regulated genes 
agrA (RN27) 95 34
sarA (RN27) 73 42
rot 77 59
sigB 174 51
tcaR 2 1
arlR 36 78
mgrA (OD 0.4) 51 95
mgrA (OD 4.0) 28 49
Cold shock 66 342
Heat shock 98 30
Mupirocin Treatment 247 704
SOS response 70 408
clpP 227 197
Hydrogen Peroxide 10min 112 151
Hydrogen Peroxide 20min 95 24
Mild Acid 0hr 92 80
Mild Acid 3hr 143 45
Mild Acid 6hr 143 54
Salicylate 25 15
murF (suboptimal) 285 219
Biofilm Vs Planktonic OD 1.0 87 252
Biofilm Vs Planktonic OD 3.5 102 204
Vancomycin resistance (HIP5827) 78 74
Vancomycin resistance (Mu50) 86 64
Vancomycin resistance (JH1) 47 23
VRSA Vs VSSA (JH9 Vs JH1) 55 168
VRSA Vs VRSA (JH9 Vs JH14) 16 0
saeRS (COL OD 1.0) 9 0
saeRS (COL OD 6.0) 11 0
saeRS (Newman OD 1.0) 26 4
saeRS (Newman OD 6.0) 12 0
Ciprofloxacin (30min) 37 30
Ciprofloxacin (120min) 49 63
lexA (ciprofloxacin 30min) 16 0
lexA (ciprofloxacin 120min) 16 0
Anaerobic (10min) 0 0
Anaerobic (20min) 50 2
Anaerobic (30min) 69 32
Anaerobic (60min) 110 68
hemB (lag) 63 141
hemB (early-expo) 65 59
hemB (mid-expo) 63 40
hemB (late-expo) 50 58
hemB (stationary) 9 31
Nitrite Stress 290 348
clpC (4h) 152 227
clpC (18h) 68 19
nreABC (Anaerobic growth) 18 19
nreABC (Nitrate respiration) 16 24
rbf (mutant - biofilm) 17 0
rbf (overexpression - biofilm) 6 35
codY 18 106
codY-agr 7 89
lytS 415 7
purA 795 16
purH 706 24
rsp 22 73
yabJ 35 10
sigB (Newman) 129 60
spoVG 35 10
norG 69 58
menD (exponential) 106 104
menD (stationary) 141 147
hemB Vs menD (exponential) 44 26
hemB Vs menD (stationary) 148 155
mvaS 186 249
mvaA 209 272
mvaK1 216 246
   
SATMD Staphylococcus aureus Transcriptome Meta Database, SAMMD Staphylococcus aureus Microarray Meta Database
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