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Table 4 Composition of toxic and non-toxic stress classes

From: Observing metabolic functions at the genome scale

Toxic class Non-toxic class Not assigned
Peroxide [32] Sorbitol [32] Alkali [33]
Cadmium [34] NaCl [32] Dithiothreitol [33]
Maneb [34] Acid [32] Diauxic shift [33]
Octanol [34] Heat shock [32] Alternative carbon [33]
Pentachlorophenol [34] Amino acid starvation [33] Hypo-osmotic [33]
Pentanol [34] Diamide [33] Menadione [34]
Thiuram [34] Nitrogen depletion [33] n-Pentane [34]
Tetrachloro-isophthalonitrile [34] Stationary phase [33] Ethanol [34]
Zineb [34] Variable temperature [33] Sodium n-dodecyl benzosulfonate [34]
  Ash [34] Sodium lauryl sulfate [34]
   Capsaicin [34]
   Trichlorophenol [34]
  1. Composition of the toxic and non-toxic stress classes, determined from the clustering tree of stress responses. The third column contains conditions whose response was too weak for any elementary mode to be identified by BlastSets.