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Aureolib - a proteome signature library: towards an understanding of Staphylococcus aureus pathophysiology.
Fuchs S, Zühlke D, Pané-Farré J, Kusch H, Wolf C, Reiß S, Binh le TN, Albrecht D, Riedel K, Hecker M, Engelmann S.
PLoS One. 2013 Aug 13;8(8):e70669. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0070669. eCollection 2013.
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|1||hydrogen peroxide||stress of exponentially grown cells (CDM; OD 0.5; 37°C) by H2O2 [10 mM]||2012-05-18||Wolf et al., 2008|
|2||diamide||stress of exponentially grown cells (CDM; OD 0.5; 37°C) by diamide [1 mM]||2012-05-18||Wolf et al., 2008|
|3||paraquat||stress of exponentially grown cells (CDM; OD 0.5; 37°C) by paraquat [0.01 µM]||2012-05-18||Wolf et al., 2008|
|4||nitric oxide||stress of exponentially grown cells (CDM; OD 0.5; 37°C) by NO [500 µM]||2012-05-18||Hochgräfe et al., 2008|
|5||fermentation||shift of exponentially grown cells (CDM; OD 0.5; 37°C) to oxygen limitation||2012-05-18||Fuchs et al., 2007|
|6||nitrate respiration||shift of exponentially grown cells (CDM + NO3 [8mM]; OD 0.5; 37°C) to oxygen limitation||2012-05-18||Fuchs et al., 2007|
|7||heat||shift of exponentially grown cells (CDM; OD 0.5; 37°C) to 48°C||2015-07-15||Fuchs et al., 2013|
|8||puromycin||stress of exponentially grown cells (CDM; OD 0.5; 37°C) by puromycin [3 µM]||2015-07-15||Fuchs et al., 2013|
|9||mupirocin||stress of exponentially grown cells (CDM; OD 0.5; 37°C) by mupirocin [0.03 µg/ml]||2012-05-18||Reiß et al., 2012|
|::||experiment||considered labels||considered protein spots|
|1||hydrogen peroxide||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations, adjusted Bonferroni correction||Fuchs et al., in prep.|
|2||diamide||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations, adjusted Bonferroni correction||Fuchs et al., in prep.|
|3||paraquat||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations, adjusted Bonferroni correction||Fuchs et al., in prep.|
|4||nitric oxide||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations, adjusted Bonferroni correction||Fuchs et al., in prep.|
|5||fermentation||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations, adjusted Bonferroni correction||Fuchs et al., in prep.|
|6||nitrate respiration||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations, adjusted Bonferroni correction||Fuchs et al., in prep.|
|7||heat||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations, adjusted Bonferroni correction||Fuchs et al., in prep.|
|8||puromycin||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations, adjusted Bonferroni correction||Fuchs et al., in prep.|
|9||mupirocin||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations||α=0.1, distribution based on 1000 permutations, adjusted Bonferroni correction||Fuchs et al., in prep.|
|assigned proteins for which expression data is available||assigned proteins for which expression data is NOT available|
698 expression profiles
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