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Table 3 Number of induced/repressed elementary modes in each condition

From: Observing metabolic functions at the genome scale

Stress condition Number of induced or repressed elementary modes (EM1) Number of induced or repressed KEGG pathways (EM1) Number of induced or repressed elementary modes (EM2) Number of induced or repressed KEGG pathways (EM2)
Heat shock [32], induced 12 2 28 4
Heat shock [32], repressed 2 2 2 2
NaCl [32], induced 5 1 4 2
Peroxide [32], induced 16 10 3 2
Sorbitol [32], induced 1 1 30 2
Acid [32], induced 6 1 0 0
Amino acid starvation [33], induced 13 3 104 19
Diamide [33], induced 42 12 196 21
Peroxide [33], induced 6 2 3 2
Heat shock [33], induced 34 2 88 7
Nitrogen depletion [33], induced 2 2 13 6
Stationary phase [33], induced 54 5 292 25
Variable temperature [33], induced 20 3 57 7
Ash [34], induced 24 11 153 19
Ash [34], repressed 200 2 284 8
Cadmium [34], induced 1 1 19 5
Maneb [34], induced 17 11 193 21
Octanol [34], induced 5 2 12 6
Pentachlorophenol [34], induced 7 5 56 12
Pentanol [34], induced 44 7 289 35
Pentanol [34], repressed 184 2 166 7
Thiuram [34], induced 12 11 19 5
Tetrachloro-isophthalonitrile [34], induced 17 11 25 8
Tetrachloro-isophthalonitrile [34], repressed 155 1 202 8
Zineb [34], induced 16 10 127 19
  1. This table shows the number of elementary modes found induced or repressed in each stress condition. These include all the results given by BlastSets independently of their P value. The numbers given in the fourth column are the numbers of individual elementary modes and not the numbers of pairs.