Escherichia coli K-12 substr. MG1655 All-Genes Class: defense/survival

The adaptation to stress was meant to cover the classical stress inducers such as osmotic pressure, temperature, starvation. The protection category was meant to cover those related to compound / chemical induced killing or stress. The defense/survival category was meant to cover virulence factors (although K-12 does not have many).

Parent Classes:
cell processes

aaeR (quorum sensing transcriptional regulator of LYSR-type),
alaE (L-alanine exporter),
cas1 (multifunctional nuclease Cas1),
cas2 (Cas2 protein),
cas3 (Cas3 nuclease/helicase),
casA (Cascade subunit A),
casB (Cascade subunit B),
casC (Cascade subunit C),
casD (Cascade subunit D),
casE (crRNA endonuclease),
chpS (ChpS antitoxin of the ChpB-ChpS toxin-antitoxin system),
csgA (curlin, major subunit),
csgC (inhibitor of CsgA amyloid formation),
hdeA (acid-resistance protein, possible chaperone),
mazE (MazE antitoxin of the MazF-MazE toxin-antitoxin system),
mazF (MazF toxin of the MazF-MazE toxin-antitoxin system that exhibits ribonuclease activity),
micF (MicF small regulatory RNA),
msrA (methionine sulfoxide reductase A),
mukE (protein involved in chromosome partitioning),
pspG (phage shock protein G),
uspG (universal stress protein UP12),
yefM (YefM antitoxin of the YoeB-YefM toxin-antitoxin pair and DNA binding transcriptional repressor),
yggE (conserved protein),
yoeB (toxin of the YoeB-YefM toxin-antitoxin pair)

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Please cite the following article in publications resulting from the use of EcoCyc: Nucleic Acids Research 41:D605-12 2013
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