Escherichia coli K-12 substr. MG1655 All-Genes Class: adaptations

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

Child Classes:
dessication (7),
Fe aquisition (30),
osmotic pressure (31),
other (mechanical, nutritional, oxidative stress) (65),
pH (32),
starvation (26),
temperature extremes (26)

acrZ (small membrane protein that interacts with the AcrAB-TolC multidrug efflux pump),
bhsA (outer membrane protein involved in copper permeability, stress resistance and biofilm formation),
blr (β-lactam resistance protein),
cspC (stress protein, member of the CspA family),
cusF (copper / silver efflux system - periplasmic binding protein and metallochaperone),
dosC (diguanylate cyclase),
dosP (c-di-GMP phosphodiesterase, heme-regulated),
dsbA (protein disulfide oxidoreductase - DsbAoxidised),
hepA (RNA Polymerase (RNAP)-binding ATPase and RNAP recycling factor),
hicB (antitoxin of the HicA-HicB toxin-antitoxin system),
iraP (anti-adaptor protein for σS stabilization),
micF (MicF small regulatory RNA),
pdeF (cyclic di-GMP phosphodiesterase),
pdeR (cyclic di-GMP phosphodiesterase),
tabA (toxin-antitoxin biofilm protein),
uspA (universal stress global stress response regulator),
uspB (predicted universal stress (ethanol tolerance) protein B),
uspC (universal stress protein),
uspD (stress protein involved in resistance to UV irradiation),
uspE (universal stress protein with a role cellular motility),
uspG (universal stress protein UP12),
ybaB (conserved DNA-binding protein),
ybaM (small protein involved in the cell envelope stress response),
ybjN (predicted oxidoreductase),
ykgM (predicted ribosomal protein),
yqcG (small protein involved in the cell envelope stress response),
yrfF (inner membrane protein - inhibits the Rcs signaling pathway),
zinT (cadmium-induced cadmium binding protein)

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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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