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Table 3 List of genes identified by MGK as important for survival upon chloramphenicol treatment

From: Monitoring of gene knockouts: genome-wide profiling of conditionally essential genes

Phenotype verification of mutants Genes
Not tested pstS (10.5), tolA/B (7.2), ptsI (4.9), acrB (4.2), tolA/R (4.2), sufB (3.4)
Individually tested mutants hns (12.7), dgkA (11.5), rnhA (10.2), apaH (10.0), rluD (8.6), ahpC (8.3), ompA (8.1), pstC (7.7), rfaE (7.7), arcA (6.8), yjjY (6.7), oxyR (6.2), gor (5.5), rfaF (5.0), sufD (5.0), lpp (4.9), prc (4.7), ybeX (4.6), fpr (4.6), acrA (4.5), tolQ (4.5), arcB (4.0), phoP (3.9), clpA (3.7), ydhD (3.6), mdh (3.5), yqiC (3.5), miaA (3.4), ptsH (3.4)
Individually tested mutants exhibiting a fivefold or greater killing with 18-hour exposure to chloramphenicol dgkA (11.5), apaH (10.0), ahpC (8.3), ompA (8.1), arcA (6.8), yjjY (6.7), lpp (4.9), prc (4.7), ybeX (4.6), tolQ (4.5), arcB (4.0), clpA (3.7), mdh (3.5)
  1. Values in parentheses are intensity ratios (normalized reference intensity value/normalized selection intensity value), and are the average of two independent, inversely labeled experiments. In the case of tolA/B and tolA/R, the origin of signal intensity could not be distinguished between two neighboring genes. MGK, Monitoring of Gene Knockouts.