MOESM2 of The Penicillium chrysogenum transporter PcAraT enables high-affinity, glucose-insensitive l-arabinose transport in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

  • Jasmine M Bracher (Contributor)
  • Maarten D. Verhoeven (Contributor)
  • H Wouter Wisselink (Contributor)
  • Barbara Crimi (Contributor)
  • Jeroen Nijland (Contributor)
  • Arnold Driessen (Contributor)
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Additional file 2. Differentially expressed genes in P. chrysogenum chemostat cultures over three different conditions (d-glucose-, l-arabinose, and ethanol-limited). The table includes 540 genes that were differentially expressed amongst d-glucose-, l-arabinose, and ethanol-limited chemostat cultures of P. chrysogenum (7.5 g L−1, 7.5 g L−1, 5.8 g L−1, respectively, D = 0.03 h−1, T = 30 °C). 137 transcripts exhibited a fold-change higher than three on l-arabinose and lower than three on ethanol relative to the d-glucose condition (the top 137 genes presented in the table). Shown are averages from triplicate (d-glucose) or duplicate chemostat cultures (l-arabinose, ethanol), the respective standard deviation and the ratio of gene expression levels in the presence of l-arabinose over d-glucose (Ara vs. Glc), as well as ethanol over d-glucose (EtOH vs. Glc).
Datum van beschikbaarheid13-mrt.-2018
UitgeverUniversity of Groningen

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