Figure 2.

Venn diagram of proteins identified as showing higher protein levels in comparisons of (i) L. monocytogenes parent strain 10403S (PAR.) and Δ BCHL ; (ii) ΔBCH and ΔBCHL (identifying genes positively regulated by σL); ΔBCL and ΔBCHL (identifying genes positively regulated by σH); and ΔBHL and ΔBCHL (identifying genes positively regulated by σC). Twelve of the 29 proteins that were found to be positively regulated in the parent strain were also found to be positively regulated by σB in a recent proteomics study, which compared L. monocytogenes parent strain 10403S and a ΔsigB mutant [23]; these proteins include Lmo2748, Lmo2213, Lmo2158, Lmo2047, Lmo1830, Lmo0913, Lmo0796, Lmo0794, Lmo0722, Lmo0654, Lmo0539, and Lmo0265. The 17 proteins that show higher levels in the parent strain as compared to the ΔBCHL strain, but were not identified as positively regulated by any of the alternative σ factors include Lmo1540, Lmo2610, Lmo1422, Lmo1421, Lmo1602, Lmo1426, Lmo1428, Lmo2205, Lmo2398, Lmo1601, Lmo0554, Lmo1634, Lmo0110, Lmo2558, Lmo0783, Lmo0134, and Lmo0098.

Mujahid et al. BMC Microbiology 2013 13:156   doi:10.1186/1471-2180-13-156
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