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Lignocellulose degradation by Phanerochaete chrysosporium: Gene families and gene expression for a complex process

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Microsoft Word - Supplementary Material. revised.doc Supplementary Material Figure S1. Distribution of differentially expressed cAMP-responsive genes according to Munich Information Centre for Protein Sequences (MIPS) functional categories. Figure S2. Representation of MIPS functional categories amongst the differentially expressed genes common to Candida pde2 at 25°C and 37°C data sets compared to that of S. cerevisiae pde2 Table S1. List of all differentially expressed genes in pde2 at 25°C and 37°C Table S2. Number of differentially expressed genes Table S3. Down-regulated cAMP-responsive genes at both 25°C and 37°C Table S4. Up-regulated cAMP-responsive genes at both 25°C and 37°C Table S5. Common differentially transcribed genes in pde2 mutants of S. cerevisiae and C. albicans Table S6. Comparative analysis of differentially expressed genes upon deletion of PDE2 (our data) and CDC35, EFG1 and RAS1 (Harcus et al., 2004). Table S7. Differentially regulated genes involved in protein degradation, modification, folding, fate and targeting Table S8. Plasmids used in this study Table S9. Primers used in this study Figure S1. Distribution of differentially expressed cAMP-responsive genes according to Munich Information Centre for Protein Sequences (MIPS) functional categories. Figure 1. Distribution of differentially expressed cAMP-responsive genes according to Munich Information Centre for Protein Sequences (MIPS) functional categories. Differentially expressed genes in the pde2 mutant are divided into up- and down- regulated at 25°C and 37°C, respectively. Some of the genes are assigned to more than one functional category by MIPS and this is reflected in the distribution. Met abolism Energy Cell cycle and DNA processing Transcr ipt ion Prot ein synt hesis Prot ein f at e Cellulat t ransport , t ransport f acilit at ion, t ransport rout es Cellular communicat ion, t ransduct ion mechanisms Cell

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