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

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:
cell killing (30),
detoxification (59),
drug resistance/sensitivity (65),
radiation (14)

cbrA (colicin M resistance protein),
cho (endonuclease of nucleotide excision repair),
crcB (F- efflux transporter / involved in resistance to camphor-induced chromosome decondensation),
iroK (small protein IroK),
ivy (inhibitor of vertebrate C-type lysozyme),
nudF (ADP-sugar pyrophosphatase),
oxyS (OxyS small regulatory RNA),
pliG (inhibitor of g-type lysozyme),
radD (predicted ATP-dependent helicase; implicated in DNA repair),
rclA (predicted oxidoreductase with FAD/NAD(P)-binding domain and dimerization domain; hypochlorite stress response),
rclB (predicted protein, hypochlorite stress response),
rclC (conserved inner membrane protein, hypochlorite stress response),
uspG (universal stress protein UP12),
yfhM (α-macroglobulin),
yhjA (predicted cytochrome C peroxidase),
yqhD (NADPH-dependent aldehyde reductase)

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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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