TABLE 3.

iTRAQ proteomics log2 ratios for select protein candidates

COG category and protein nameaLog2 stress/control ratio atb:Additional COG category
60 min120 min
COG C
    CyoB1.680.26C
    CydA0.340.92C
    NfsA0.910.91C
    NuoB1.010.07C
    NuoE0.230.06C
    NuoF0.200.12C
    NuoG−0.050.06C
    NuoI0.31−0.02C
    NuoK0.140.92C
    YqhD0.730.81C
COG E
    CysD−1.22−0.73E
    GadA−1.92−1.28E
    GlnH−1.680.25ET
    HisJ−0.62−0.47E
    LeuD−0.45−0.84E
    OppA0.540.81E
    OppD0.420.45EP
    OppF0.150.63E
    PotF−1.58−0.12E
COG G
    MalE−0.040.75G
    ManX0.630.86G
    ManY2.610.88G
    MgsA0.480.86G
COG J
    RaiA1.561.18J
    RplB−0.34−0.41J
    RplD−0.94−0.59J
    RplS−0.51−0.42J
    RplW1.56−0.59J
    YhbH1.820.89J
COG M
    AcrA0.060.26M
    AcrB0.510.19MV
    OmpF−3.91−1.79M
    TolC−0.230.33MU
COGs O and P
    ClpB0.580.44O
    CpxP0.970.68UNTP
    GroEL0.580.20O
    GroS0.480.22O
    IbpB0.79−0.03O
    KatG0.120.30P
    SodA−0.47−0.01P
    SodB0.250.09P
    SodC−0.140.43P
    Spy−0.190.96O
Additional uncategorized protein
    Crl−1.22−0.73
  • a COG C, energy production and conversion; COG E, amino acid transport and metabolism; COG G, carbohydrate transport and metabolism; COG J, translation, ribosomal structure, and biogenesis; COG M, cell wall, membrane, and envelope biogenesis; COG O, posttranslational modification, protein turnover, and chaperones; and COG P, inorganic ion transport and metabolism.

  • b For the corresponding standard z-scores, see Table S1 in the supplemental material.