Table 4.

Membrane-localized specific and general stress proteins

No. of
MSHa
Proteinsb
1YbbM,YbyB, YdjG, YpuD, YqfB, YtxG,YtxH, YuaG, YvlC, YxzE
2YdbS, YdjH,YfhL, YjcE, YobJ, YqfA, YqxL, YrvD, YteJ, YuzA, YvlA, YxiS
3YdaS, YkuT, YrkA, YuaF, YvlD, YvqI, YwrE
4MrpB, YcbP, YflA, YknZ, YqeZ, YqhB, YwoA
5OpuBB, OpuCB, OpuCD, YdbT, YfnI, YitT, YknW, YtaB
6YfkH
7YvgW
8YceF, YthQ
11YdaR, YgxB, YhaU, YhfA, YwtG
12Bmr, CsbC,CsbX
  • a Determined by using either the dense alignment surface method of Cserzo et al. (15) or a hidden Markov model-based method introduced by Sonnhammer et al. (42). Proteins containing only one or two potential transmembrane helices (MSH) were classified as potential membrane proteins only if the MSH were predicted by both algorithms.

  • b Proteins displaying SigB-dependent stress-induced synthesis are shown in bold.