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Escherichia coli and Salmonella is the bible of microbiology. It contains data daily used by many researchers. The chapter 139 (Mutant Selections Linking Physiology, Inhibitors, and Genotypes), by Robert A. LaRossa, contains two famous tables listing all genes for which a positive or negative selection has been reported in the litterature. While a pdf is available from ASM, its format makes it hard to use. Moreover it contains small mistakes that could easily be corrected (eg typos in the reference table). Eventually academics may want to collectively keep updating these tables with more recent litterature.

For these reasons, I extracted the two tables from the pdf and created this easily parsable and updatable webpage, with links between gene names and EcoCyc, and between reference number and full bibliographic information (including a pdf when available).

The raw data can also be downloaded as csv files:

And importantly, anybody can contribute to this document!

Selection purpose and techniqueMutant gene Type
Acetate + gluconate as C source in ppcgntR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetate + gluconate as C source in ppcgntS Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetyl(N)histidine + ornithine satisfaction of hisargB Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetyl(N)histidine + ornithine satisfaction of hisargC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetyl(N)histidine + ornithine satisfaction of hisargE Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetyl(N)histidine + ornithine satisfaction of hisargH Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetylhistidine satisfaction of hisargR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetyl(N)lactonate as sole N source lacI, operator Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetylmethionine satisfaction of metargR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetylornithine + uracil satisfaction of car (pyrA)argA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetylornithine + uracil satisfaction of car (pyrA)argB Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetylornithine + uracil satisfaction of car (pyrA)argC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acetylornithine + uracil satisfaction of car (pyrA)argD Expansion of metabolic capacity
Adenosine as C source in upp deoDxapR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Aminobutyrate as N sourcegabC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arabinitol (D) resistancemtlA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arabinose (L) as C source in cya or crprpoD Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arabinose (L) as C source in presence of lac operon inducerlacY Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arabinose (D) as C sourcefucA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arabitol as C sourcegatACD Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arabitol (D) as C source in fucdgd Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arbutin as a C sourcebglBC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arbutin as C source)osmZ (bglY) Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arginine as N sourcehisP Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arginine-independent growth of pyrH in presence of uracilpyrB Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arginine-independent growth of pyrH in presence of uracilpyrC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arginine-independent growth of pyrH in presence of uracilpyrD Expansion of metabolic capacity
Arginine-resistant, proline-independent growth of ∆proargR Expansion of metabolic capacity
β-Glycerol-phosphate as C source in presence of high phosphatephoA Expansion of metabolic capacity
β-Glycerol-phosphate as C source in presence of high phosphatephoR Expansion of metabolic capacity
β-Glycerol-phosphate as C source in presence of high phosphatephoS Expansion of metabolic capacity
β-Glycerol-phosphate as C source in presence of high phosphatephoT Expansion of metabolic capacity
Biotin sulfoxide utilization in chl biochlE Expansion of metabolic capacity
Branched-chain amino acid satisfaction of ∆ilvDC hisTilvA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Butyrate as C source in fadR(Con)atoC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Butyrate or valerate as better C sourceiclR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Cellobiose as C sourcecelABCDF Expansion of metabolic capacity
Chemostat growth improvedmut Expansion of metabolic capacity
Citrate as C sourcecit Expansion of metabolic capacity
Citrate as C source in presence of low cAMPcpd Expansion of metabolic capacity
D-Amino acid satisfaction of amino acid auxotrophydadA Expansion of metabolic capacity
DAP-independent growth of ∆(mal-asd) in the presence of serine, methionine,and glycine D-Histidine + glycylglutamine satisfaction of his auxotrophsglnA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Decanoate as C sourcefadR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Deoxyadenosine (low) satisfaction of purine requirementadd Expansion of metabolic capacity
Deoxyadenosine + hypoxanthine satisfaction of purine requirementadd Expansion of metabolic capacity
Diamino (2,6)purine satisfaction of purine auxotrophydeoR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Erythromycin growth dependencemac Expansion of metabolic capacity
Ethanol as C sourceadh Expansion of metabolic capacity
Ethyleneglycol as C source in propanediol utilizerfucA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Fructose as C source in ptsF or ptsMsrlD Expansion of metabolic capacity
Fructose 1-phosphate as C sourceuhpR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Fucose (L) as C source in propanediol utilizerfucA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Fucose + arabinose-supported growth in galPmglA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Fucose + arabinose-supported growth in galPmglB Expansion of metabolic capacity
Fucose + arabinose-supported growth in galPmglC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Galactose as C source for gal (leader)::ISrho Expansion of metabolic capacity
Galacturonide as C sourceuidA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Galacturonide as C sourceuidR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glucanate as C source in edaedd Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glucosamine as C sourceptsG Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glucosamine 6-phosphate as C sourceuhpR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glucosamine as anaerobic C source in ptsGdgsA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glucose 1-phosphate as C sourceuhpR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glucose as C source in ∆ptsHIgalC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glucose as C source in ppciclR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glucose as C source in ∆ptsHIgalR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glucosides (β) as C sourcegyrA (hisU) Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glucosides (β) as C sourcegyrB (hisW) Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glutamate as C sourcegadS Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glutamate as C sourcegltH Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glutamate as C sourcegltS Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glutamate as C source at 42°CgltR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glutamine as C sourceglnP Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glycerol as C source in ppciclR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glycerol + gluconate as C source in edagntM Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glycerol + methylglucuronide as C source in edagurBCD Expansion of metabolic capacity
Glycerol 3-phosphate as C source in glpTugpAB Expansion of metabolic capacity
Hemin satisfaction of hemA auxotrophhemB Expansion of metabolic capacity
Hemin satisfaction of hemA auxotrophrfa Expansion of metabolic capacity
Hexuronate as C source in noninducible strainexuR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Histidinal satisfaction of his auxotroph requirement at 30°Chis structural genes Expansion of metabolic capacity
Histidinal satisfaction of his auxotroph requirement at 30°ChisG Expansion of metabolic capacity
Histidine (D) satisfaction of his auxotroph requirementhis structural genes Expansion of metabolic capacity
Histidine (D) satisfaction of his auxotroph requirementhisG Expansion of metabolic capacity
Histidine (D) satisfaction of his auxotroph requirementdhuA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Histidine as C sourcehut Expansion of metabolic capacity
Histidine as N sourcehut Expansion of metabolic capacity
Improved growth in icdgltA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Inosine as C source in upp deoDxapR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Inosine as improved C sourcedeoR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Keto(2)-3-deoxygalactonate as C sourcekdgR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Keto(2)-3-deoxygalactonate as C sourcedgoR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Lactate + fumarate as anaerobic energy sourcechlABDE Expansion of metabolic capacity
Lactate + nitrate as anaerobic energy source (chl to chl+)chlE Expansion of metabolic capacity
Lactitol as C sourcelacI, operator Expansion of metabolic capacity
Lactobionic acid as C sourcelacI, operator Expansion of metabolic capacity
Lactobionic acid as C sourcelacZ Expansion of metabolic capacity
Lactose utilization after conjugation of F′lac into Salmonella sp.hsd Expansion of metabolic capacity
Lactose utilization in ∆lacZebgA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Leucine (D) satisfaction of leu auxotrophslrp (livR, lstR, lss, mbl, oppl) Expansion of metabolic capacity
Lyxose (D) as C sourcemanC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Malate (L) as improved C sourcedct Expansion of metabolic capacity
Malate (D) as C sourcedml Expansion of metabolic capacity
Maltose as C source in malTmalP Expansion of metabolic capacity
Maltose as C source in malTmalQ Expansion of metabolic capacity
Maltose utilization in malTbymA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Mannitol (limiting) as C sourcemtlC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Mannose as C sourceptdG Expansion of metabolic capacity
Melibiose as C sourcelacI, operator Expansion of metabolic capacity
Melibiose as C source and acetyl(N)lactonate as N sourcelacI, operator Expansion of metabolic capacity
Methyl-β-galactoside-supported growthmglD Expansion of metabolic capacity
Methylgalacturonide as C sourceuidA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Methylgalacturonide as C sourceuidR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Methylgalacturonide as C sourceuxuR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Methyl(β)glucoside as C sourcebglT Expansion of metabolic capacity
Methylglucuronide + glycerol-supported growthuidA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Neolactose as C sourcelacI, operator Expansion of metabolic capacity
Nicotinamide as sole N sourcepncA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Phenylgalactoside as C sourcelacI, operator Expansion of metabolic capacity
Proline as sole N source with glucose as C sourceputA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Proline-independent growth of proABargD Expansion of metabolic capacity
Propanediol as C sourcefucA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Propionate as C sourceprp Expansion of metabolic capacity
Raffinose as C source in lacImel (generic) Expansion of metabolic capacity
Raffinose as C sourcelacI, operator Expansion of metabolic capacity
Ribitol utilizationgatACD Expansion of metabolic capacity
Salicin as C sourcebglB,C Expansion of metabolic capacity
Salicin as C sourceosmZ Expansion of metabolic capacity
Serine (L) as C sourcecpxA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Serine (L) as C sourceecfB Expansion of metabolic capacity
Sorbose (L) as C source in crosses with wild strainssorAT Expansion of metabolic capacity
Streptomycin independence of rpsLrpsD Expansion of metabolic capacity
Streptomycin independence of rpsLrpsE Expansion of metabolic capacity
Succinate as improved C sourcecpd Expansion of metabolic capacity
Succinate-independent growth in lpdsdh Expansion of metabolic capacity
Sucrose as C sourcedsdA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Sucrose as C sourcedsdC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Threonine as N sourceilvA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Tyramine as N sourcetyn Expansion of metabolic capacity
Uridine as C source, improved utilizationcytR Expansion of metabolic capacity
Valerate as C source in fadR(Con)atoC Expansion of metabolic capacity
Xylitol as C source in propanediol utilizerfucA Expansion of metabolic capacity
Acid resistanceatr Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Acid resistancephoE Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Arsenate resistanceglpT Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Arsenate resistancephoR Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Arsenate resistancephoS Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Arsenate resistancephoT Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Arsenate resistancepstABCS Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Arsenate resistancepit Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Azide resistanceatpA–atpE Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Azide resistancecysB Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Azide resistancecysK Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Azide resistancesecA Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chlorate resistancechlABCDEG Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chlorate resistancenarCG Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chlorate resistancenarH Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chromate + selenate resistancecysL Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chromate resistancecysA Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chromate resistancecysB Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chromate resistancecysC Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chromate resistancecysD Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chromate resistancecysH Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chromate resistancecysI Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Chromate resistancecysJ Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Copper resistance in ompCompF Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Copper resistanceompR Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Diazoborine resistanceenvM Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Lithium resistance (multicopy)nhaA Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Lithium-resistant utilization of melibiosemelB Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Manganese resistancecorABCD Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Manganese resistancefur Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Manganese resistancemng Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Nickel resistancecorABCD Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Osmotolerancecrp Resistance to inorganic chemicals
OsmotolerancecyaA Resistance to inorganic chemicals
OsmotoleranceosmB Resistance to inorganic chemicals
OsmotoleranceproA Resistance to inorganic chemicals
OsmotoleranceproB Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Peroxide resistanceoxyR Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Selenate resistancecysA Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Selenate resistancecysB Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Selenate resistance in cysMcysB Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Selenate resistancecysK Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Selenate resistancecysL Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Selenite resistancecysK Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Selenite resistancegshA Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Selenite resistancegshB Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Tellurite resistancephoB Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Tributyl tin resistanceatpA–atpE Resistance to inorganic chemicals
Acetylnorvaline resistance in argR(Con)argE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Acetylnorvaline resistance in argR(Con)argR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Acridine resistancednaE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Actinomycin D resistance in the presence of EDTApldA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Adenine resistance in hpt gptapt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Adenine resistance in hpt gptpurR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Alafosfalin resistancepepA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Alafosfalin resistancetpp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Alanyl-2-aminopropionate resistanceoppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Albicidin resistancetsx Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Albomycin resistanceexbB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Albomycin resistancefhuA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Albomycin resistancefhuB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Albomycin resistancepepN Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Albomycin resistancesidCF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Albomycin resistancesidK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Albomycin resistancetonB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aldohexuronate resistance in edaexuT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aldohexuronate resistance in edaexuR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Allyl alcohol resistanceadhE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amidinopenicillin tolerancesloB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amikacin resistancecpxA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(2)purine resistance in dammutH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(2)purine resistance in dammutL Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(2)purine resistance in dammutS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(4)phenylalanine resistancearoF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(4)phenylalanine resistancetyrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(4)phenylalanine resistancetyrR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(6)nicotinamide resistancenadA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(6)nicotinamide resistancenadD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(6)nicotinamide resistancepncA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(6)nicotinamide resistancepncB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(6)nicotinamide resistancepncX Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(6)nicotinate resistancepncB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminobutyrate resistanceilv structural genes Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminobutyrate resistanceilvB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminobutyrate resistanceilvH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminobutyrate resistanceilvI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminoethylcysteine (thialysine) resistancelysC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminoethylcysteine (thialysine) resistancelysP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminoethylcysteine (thialysine) resistancelysS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminoglycoside resistancenek Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Amino(2)hydroxy(3)pentoate resistancethr structural genes Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminopterin resistancethyA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminotriazole resistanceamtA, amtB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminotriazole resistancehis structural genes Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aminotriazole resistance in relAgyrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistanceampC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistanceampD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistanceampE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistanceenvZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistancegalU Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistancehipA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistancehipQ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistanceompC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistanceompF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistanceompR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistanceptsI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistancerfa (general) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistancetolD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ampicillin resistancetolE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Arabinitol (D) resistancemtlA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Arbitol (D) resistancegatACD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Arbutin resistance in dgkmdoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Arginine-resistant, proline-independent growth of ∆proargR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Auroventin resistanceatpA–atpE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aza(5)cytidine resistancedcm Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azadeoxycytidine resistancecdd Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aza(6)uracil resistancegpt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aza(8)guanine resistancendk Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Aza(8)guanine resistanceupp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaleucine resistancearoP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaleucine resistanceazl Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaleucine resistancetolB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaleucine resistanceleuS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaleucine resistancelivG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaleucine resistancelivH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine + tryptophan resistancedhuA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine + tryptophan resistance in dhuAhisJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancearoP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistanceazaAB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancecysM Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azaserine resistancemut (generic) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azetidine carboxylate resistanceproB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azetidine carboxylate resistanceputA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azetidine carboxylate resistanceputP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Azidothymidine resistancetdk Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Bacilysin resistancedppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Bacitracin resistancerfa Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Bacteriocin resistancetol Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Bacteriocin 4-59 resistanceompA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Bacteriocin 4-59 resistancetonB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Bacteriocin JF246 resistanceompA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Baikiain resistance in constitutive backgroundputA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
β-Glycerol-phosphate resistance in glpDphoA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Beta-lactam conjugate resistancefhuA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Beta-lactam resistance (see mecillinam resistance)crp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Beta-lactam resistancecyaA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Beta-lactam resistancelyt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Beta-lactam resistancealaS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Beta-lactam resistanceargS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Bialaphos resistancedppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Borrelidin resistancethrS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Bromodeoxyuridine + UV light resistanceung Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Cadaverine resistancecadB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Caffeine resistanceglnV Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Calmodulin inhibitor resistanceleuW Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
cAMP + glucose 6-phosphate + D-xylose + L-arabinose resistancecrp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
cAMP + glucose 6-phosphate resistancecrp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Camphor resistancembrABCD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Canavanine + azauracil resistanceargR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Canavanine + thiouracil resistanceupp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Canavanine + thiouracil resistanceargP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Canavanine resistanceargS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Canavanine resistanceargP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Canavanine resistanceargR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
CCCP resistanceatpA–atpE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
CCCP resistance due to gene dosageemrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Cephalosporin E-0702 resistancetonB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Cephalothin resistancerfa Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chelator resistanceompA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloramphenicol resistancecmlA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloramphenicol resistancemarA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloramphenicol resistancerrn Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloramphenicol resistanceompF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloramphenicol resistanceompR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloro(β)-D-alanine resistancedadA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloro(β)-D-alanine resistancemetC (ecfA) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloro-3-hydroxyacetone resistance in uhp(Con)uhpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloroacetaldehyde resistanceadhCE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloroacetate(β) resistancecbt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chlorobiocin resistancegyrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chloroethanol resistanceadhCE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chlorohydroxyacetone phosphate resistanceglpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chlorpromazine resistancelon Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Chuangxinmycin resistancetrpR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Cloacin DF13 resistanceompF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Coenzyme A feedback resistancecoaA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin “ K-type” tolerancehemB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin (multiple) resistanceenvZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin (other) resistanceexbB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin (other) resistanceexbC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin A tolerancecpxA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin A toleranceompF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin A group tolerancecirA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin A group tolerancetolQ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin B resistanceexbC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin B resistancefepABCDG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin B resistancetonB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin B tolerancecbt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin D resistancecbt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin D tolerancetolB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin E resistancetolC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin E1 tolerancecet Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin E1 tolerancetolQAB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin E2 toleranceompF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin E3 tolerancebtuB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin E3 tolerancetolR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin E2 and E3 tolerancetolE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin E2 and E3 tolerancetolZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin E2, E3, D, Ia, and Ib tolerancetolI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin I resistanceexbB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin I resistanceexbC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin I resistanceecfB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin Ia and Ib tolerancetolJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin K resistancemetC (ecfA) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin K resistancetsx Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin K resistanceompA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin K toleranceompA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin K toleranceompF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin L toleranceenvZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin L toleranceompF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin L tolerancefhuA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin L, A, and S4 tolerancefepABCDG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin M resistancetonB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin M resistancetolM Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Colicin M tolerancetolD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Coumermycin resistancegyrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Coumermycin resistancehisW Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Cyclopentane glycine resistanceilv structural genes Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Cyclopentane glycine resistanceilvA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Cycloserine resistancehipA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Cycloserine (D) resistancecycA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dapsone resistancethdA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dehydrobiotin resistancebio operon Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dehydrobiotin resistancebioP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dehydrobiotin resistancebirA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dehydroproline + azetidine carboxylate resistance at high osmolarity in putAputPproU Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dehydroproline resistanceproB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dehydroproline resistance in putA putPproP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)adenosine resistance in deoCdeoD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxyadenosine + fluorouracil resistance in uppdeoA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxyadenosine + fluorouracil resistance in uppdeoD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxydihydroxyphosphonyl methyl fructose resistanceuhpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(3)-3-fluoroglucose-independent utilization of lactateptsHIG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(3)-3-fluoroglucose-independent utilization of fructoseptsG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(3)-3-fluoroglucose resistanceptsI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)galactitol resistance in galicitol utilizergatACD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)galactose resistancegal operon Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)galactose resistancegalE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)galactose resistancegalK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)galactose resistancegalP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)glucose-resistant utilization of melibiosemelB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxyglucose resistancemanXYZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)glucose-6-phosphate resistanceuhpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)glucose-resistant fructose utilizationfruA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)glucose-resistant fructose utilizationptsG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Deoxy(2)-2-iodoacetamidoglucose resistancenagE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Diamino(2,6)purine resistanceapt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Diamino(2,6)purine resistance in pnpapt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dicyclohexylcarbodiimide resistance in rfarfb Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dideoxy(2′,3′)thymidine resistancetmk Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dihydroproline resistanceputP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dihydroxybutylphosphonate resistancecls Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dihydroxybutylphosphonate resistanceglpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dihydroxybutylphosphonate resistance in glpTugpA,B Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dihydroxybutylphosphonate resistance in uhp(Con)uhpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dimethyl sulfoxide resistancepss Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dinitropyrene resistanceatoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Dipeptide (valine containing) resistancedppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Drug-resistant gene maintenancedor Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Erythromycin growth dependencerrn Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Erythromycin resistanceeryC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Erythromycin resistanceeryD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Erythromycin resistancemac Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Erythromycin resistancerplD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Erythromycin resistancerplV Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Erythromycin resistancerplC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ethanol resistancepss Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ethionine resistancemetG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ethionine resistancemetJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoroacetate resistanceack Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoroacetate resistancepta Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorocitrate resistancetct Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)cytosine resistancecodA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)cytosine resistancecod Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorodeoxycytidine resistancecdd Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorodeoxycytidine resistancenupC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorodeoxycytidine resistancenupG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)deoxyuridine resistancetdk Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorodeoxyuridine resistancenupC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorodeoxyuridine resistancenupG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorodeoxyuridine + uracil resistance in deoAtdk Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(2)-L-erythrocitrate resistancetct Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro-3-hydroxyacetone resistance in uhp(Con)uhpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorohydroxyacetone phosphate resistanceugpAB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorohydroxyacetone phosphate resistanceglpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(3)malate resistancedct Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)orotic acid resistancepyrF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)orotic acid resistancepyrH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(4)phenylalanine resistancetyrR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(4)phenylalanine resistancepheA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(4)phenylalanine resistancepheR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(4)phenylalanine resistancepheS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(4)phenylalanine resistancepheU Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorophenylalanine resistancearoF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorophenylalanine resistancearoG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorophenylalanine resistancearoP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorophenylalanine resistancetyrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)tryptophan resistancearoP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(6)tryptophan resistancetrp (generic) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorotyrosine resistancetyrR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorotyrosine resistancetyrS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil + fluoro(5)uridine resistanceguaB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil + 5′-AMP resistance in uppushA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil + 5-fluorouridine resistance in udppyrH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil + nucleotide resistanceompF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil + nucleotide resistanceompR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil + adenosine resistanceudp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorouracil + adenosine resistance in upp deoD xapR(Con)xapA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil + adenosine resistance in upp, phoS, or phoTphoA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil + adenosine resistance in upp, phoS, or phoTphoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil and 3′-AMP resistancecpdB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil + 5′-AMP + 3′-AMP resistancecrp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil + carbamylaspartate resistanceubiF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uracil resistanceupp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorouracil resistancenupC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorouracil resistancenupG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorouracil resistancepyrH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorouracil resistancerpoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uridine + uracil resistanceudk Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uridine resistanceudhA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluoro(5)uridine resistance in uppudk Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorouridine resistancepyrH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorouridine resistancenupC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fluorouridine resistancenupG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fosfomycin resistance due to increased gene dosagemurZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fosfomycin + fructose-6-phosphate resistancepgi Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fosfomycin resistancecrp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fosfomycin resistancecyaA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fosfomycin resistanceglpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fosfomycin resistancehipA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fosfomycin resistancemrb Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fosfomycin resistanceptsI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fosfomycin resistanceuhpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fucitol resistance in galactitol-utilizing strainsgatACD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fucose + arabinose-supported growth in galPmglA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fucose + arabinose-supported growth in galPmglB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fucose + arabinose-supported growth in galPmglC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fucose resistance (arabinose as C source)araC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fusaric acid resistance of Tn10 insertion mutantstet Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Fusidic acid resistancefusA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Galactose resistance in galEgalK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Galactose resistance in galTgalK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Galactose resistance in galUgal operon Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Galactose resistance in galUgalK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Galactose resistance in galT+K+E+/galU galT+K+E+ merodiploidgalR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Galactose utilization in presence of thiomethylglucosidegal operon Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Gentamicin resistancerplF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Gentamicin resistanceubiF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Globomicin resistancednaE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Globomicin resistancelpp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glucarate (D) resistance in ppcgarA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glucose + gluconate-independent motilitypts (general) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glucose-resistant satisfaction of trp by indole + 5-methyltryptophantna Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glutamate (D) resistance in gltS (increased)gltS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glutamine (D) resistanceglnP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glutamyl(γ)hydrazide resistanceglnF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glutamyl(γ)hydrazide resistanceglnH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glutamyl(γ)hydrazide resistanceglnP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glutamyl(γ)methyl ester resistancegltX Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glutamyl(γ)methyl ester resistancemetJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glutamyl(γ)methyl ester resistancemetK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glyceraldehyde (DL) 3-phosphate resistanceglpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glyceraldehyde (L) 3-phosphate resistance in uhp(Con)uhpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glyceraldehyde (L) resistanceglpF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glyceraldehyde (L) resistanceglpK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycerol 3-phosphorothioate resistanceglpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycine toleranceqmeACDE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycylglycyl-N-phosphonoacetylornithine resistanceargR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycylleucine resistanceilvA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycylleucine resistanceilvB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycylleucine resistanceilvH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycylleucine resistanceilvI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycylleucine resistanceoppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycylleucine resistance in ilvgleR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycylglycyl histidinol phosphate ester resistanceoppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glycylglycyl-N-phosphonoacetylornithine resistanceoppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Glyphosate resistancearoA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hexuronate resistance in edauxaBC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hexuronate resistance in edauxuAB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Homocysteic acid resistancegltS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hydrazino (α) imidazole propionic acid resistanceargT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hydrazino (α) imidazole propionic acid resistancehisG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hydrazino (α) imidazole propionic acid resistancehisJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hydrazino (α) imidazole propionic acid resistancehisQ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hydrazino (α) imidazole propionic acid resistance in dhuAhisP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hydroxy (β) norvaline resistancemetL Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hydroxyaspartate resistancepan Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hydroxybutylphosphonate resistance in uhp(Con)uhpT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hydroxyurea resistancenrdA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Hydroxyurea resistancenrdB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Indole acrylic acid resistancearoT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Indolmycin resistancetrpS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Indospicine resistanceargR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Iodoacetylglucosamine resistancenagA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Iodoacetylglucosamine resistancenagB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Iodoacetylglucosamine resistancenagE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Isoniazid resistancepdx Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kanamycin resistanceatpA–atpE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kanamycin resistancecpxA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kanamycin resistanceecfB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kanamycin resistancehemA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kanamycin resistancehemB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kanamycin resistancehemL Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kanamycin resistancetopA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kasugamycin resistanceksgA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kasugamycin resistanceksgB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kasugamycin resistanceksgC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kasugamycin resistanceksgD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kasugamycin resistancerplK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kasugamycin resistancerplB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kasugamycin resistancerpsN Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kasugamycin resistancerpsM Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kasugamycin resistancerpsR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kasugamycin resistance and dependencerpsI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Keto(2)butyrate resistanceilvA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Kirromycin resistancetufAB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Lambda cII phage + rifampin coresistancerpoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Lambda phage + nalidixic acid resistancecrp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Lambda phage + nalidixic acid resistancecyaA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Levallorphan resistancelev Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Lincomycin resistancelinB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Lincomycin resistancerplN Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Lincomycin resistancerplO Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Lincomycin resistancerpsG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Lithium-resistant use of proline as C sourceputP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Lysine hydroxamate resistancelysC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mecillinam resistance (see beta-lactam resistance)alaS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mecillinam resistanceargS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mecillinam resistancecrp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mecillinam resistancecyaA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mecillinam resistanceenvB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mecillinam resistancemrdA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mecillinam resistancemrdB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mecillinam resistancemreB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mecillinam resistancemreC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mecillinam resistancemreD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Menadionine resistancemarA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mercaptopurine resistance in gpthpt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methionine sulfoximine + methyl(α)methionine resistancemetJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methionine sulfoximine resistanceasm Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methionine sulfoximine resistanceglnP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methionine sulfoximine resistancemetP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methionine sulfoximine resistance in glnGglnA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylammonium resistanceglnA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(3)anthranilate resistancetrpE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(3)anthranilate resistancearoG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(α)glutamate resistance in gltS (increased)gltS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of lactoselacIO Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of maltosemalE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of maltosemalF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of maltosemalG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of maltosemalK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of mannitol + lactoseptsG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglucoside(α) resistanceptsG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of glycerol in ∆ptsHIcrr Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of lactose in ptsHlacI, operator Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of melibiosemel Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methylglyoxal resistancegsh Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(2)histidine resistance + aminotriazole resistancehisR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl methanesulfonate resistance in lonsulA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl methanesulfonate resistance in lonftsZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(α)methionine resistancemetA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(α)methionine resistancemetD (metP) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(α)methionine resistancemetK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(6)purine resistanceapt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(6)purine + hypoxanthine resistancepurA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(o)threonine resistancebrnQ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(4)tryptophan resistance in aroParoT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(5)tryptophan resistancemtr Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(5)tryptophan resistancearoP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(5)tryptophan resistancetrp (generic) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(5)tryptophan resistancetrpE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(5)tryptophan resistancetrpR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl(5)tryptophan + thienylalanine resistancearoP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl viologen resistancemvrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl viologen resistance (multicopy)mvrC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Methyl viologen resistancegor Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Metronidazole resistancenar (general) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Microcin B17 resistancesbmA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Microcin E492 resistancesemA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mitomycin C resistance of lexA(Con)lexA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Mocimycin resistancetufA,B Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nalidixic acid resistancehisU Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nalidixic acid resistanceicdE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nalidixic acid tolerancesloB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nalidixic acid resistancegyrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nalidixic acid resistancegyrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nalidixic acid resistancenalB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nalidixic acid resistancenalD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nalidixic acid resistancepurB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nalidixic acid resistance due to gene dosageemrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neamine resistancerpsL Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neamine resistancerpsQ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neamine resistanceneaB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Negamycin resistanceprfB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neomycin resistanceatpA–atpE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neomycin resistanceecfB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neomycin resistancehemA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neomycin resistancehemC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neomycin resistancehemD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neomycin resistancehemE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neomycin resistancehemG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neomycin resistancemetC (ecfA) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neomycin resistancetopA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neomycin resistanceubi (generic) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Neutrophil granule protein resistancepmrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitro(4)pyridine N-oxide resistanceproA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitro(4)pyridine N-oxide resistanceproB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitro(o)-phenyl galactoside resistancelacZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitro(o)-phenylthiogalactoside resistancelacY Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitro(o)-phenylthiogalactoside resistance in lacI(Con) or lacO(Con) lacI, operator Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitrofurantoin resistancenfnA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitrofurantoin resistancenfnB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitrofurantoin resistance in lonsulA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitrofurantoin resistance in lonftsZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitrofuranzone resistancenfsA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitrofuranzone resistancenfsB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitrosoguanidine resistanceada Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Nitrosoguanidine resistancegsh (generic) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Norfloxacin resistancehipQ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Norleucine resistancemetJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Norleucine resistancemetK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Norleucine resistancenol Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Norleucylglycyl glycine resistanceoppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Novobiocin resistancecysB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Novobiocin resistancecysE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Novobiocin resistancegyrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Novobiocin resistancenov Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Novobiocin resistanceompA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Oxolinic acid resistancegyrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Paromycin resistance or dependencerpsL Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Pentachlorophenol resistanceatpA–atpE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Penten(4)oate resistance in atoC(Con)atoC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Pentylpantothenamide resistancepan Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Peptide (toxic, valine containing) resistancepepA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Peptide (toxic, valine containing) resistancepepD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Peptide (toxic, valine containing) resistancepepN Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Peptide (toxic, valine containing) resistancepepQ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Peroxide (organic) resistanceoxyR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phaseolotoxin resistanceoppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenethyl alcohol resistancednaB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenethyl alcohol resistancednaP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenethyl alcohol resistancesecA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenethylyl galactoside resistancelacY Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenethylyl galactoside resistancelacZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenyl galactoside resistance of lacP lacI(nonsense) supEhisT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenyl galactoside resistance of lacP lacI(nonsense) supEprfA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenyl galactoside resistance of lacP lacI(nonsense) supErpsL Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenyl galactoside resistance of lacI q/lacP lacI(nonsense) supLlysS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenyl galactoside resistance of lacI q/lacP lacI(nonsense) supLstrM Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenyl galactoside resistance of lacI q/lacP lacI(nonsense) supLtrmE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenyl galactoside resistancelacY Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenyl galactoside resistancelacZ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenylalanylleucine resistanceilvB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenylalanylleucine resistanceilvH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Phenylalanylleucine resistanceilvI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Plasmid maintenancepolA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Polymyxin resistancepmrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Promethazine resistancelon Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Pseudomonic acid resistanceileS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Psicofuranine resistanceguaAB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Psoralen + UV irradiation resistancepuvA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Pyrithiamine resistancethi Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Quinaldic acid resistance of Tn10 insertion mutantstet Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Quinolone resistancegyrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ribitol resistance in araC(Con)araB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Ribitol resistance in araC(Con)araC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Rifampin + kasugamycin dependenceridA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Rifampin dependenceridB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Rifampin resistancecrp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Rifampin resistancecyaA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Rifampin resistancerpoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Rifampin resistance in rpoB+/rpoB (rif) diploidsrpoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Salicylate resistancepan Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine (D) resistancecycA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine + methionine + glycine resistance in relAglyA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine hydroxamate resistanceserA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine hydroxamate resistanceserS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine resistancesbaA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine resistancethrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine resistance in relAcrp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine resistance in relAcyaA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine resistance in relArelA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine resistance in relArpoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Serine resistance in relArpoC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Showdomycin resistancenupC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Showdomycin resistancepnp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Siderophore–beta-lactam conjugate resistancecirA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sorbitol + xylitol resistancesrlA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sorbose (L) resistancefruA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sorbose resistanceptsG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Spectinomycin resistancerpsE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Spectinomycin resistancerrn Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Spectinomycin resistancespcB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Spectinomycin resistance and sucrose dependencerpsC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Spectinomycin resistance and sucrose dependencerpsD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Spectinomycin resistance and sucrose dependencerpsE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptolydigin resistancerpoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptomycin + cAMP resistancecrp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptomycin resistancehem (generic) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptomycin resistancerpsL Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptomycin resistancestrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptomycin resistancestrC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptomycin resistancestrM Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptomycin resistanceubiF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptomycin resistancemut (generic) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptomycin resistancetopA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptovaricin resistancerpoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptozotocin resistancefba Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptozotocin resistancegalT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptozotocin resistancemanA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptozotocin resistancenagA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptozotocin resistancenagE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptozotocin resistancepfkA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptozotocin resistanceptsI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Streptozotocin resistanceglpD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sulfanilamide + hypoxanthine resistancehpt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sulfanilamide + hypoxanthine resistancepspABCDE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sulfanilamide resistancefolP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sulfanilamide resistancegpt Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sulfometuron methyl + valine resistanceilv structural genes Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sulfometuron methyl + valine resistanceilvG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sulfonamide resistancefolA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Sulfonamide resistancepab Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Tartrate resistancedct Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Tetracycline resistancecmlA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Tetracycline resistancemarA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Tetracycline resistanceompF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiaisoleucine resistanceileS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiaisoleucine resistanceilvU Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thialysine resistancethrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiazolealanine resistancehisG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiazolealanine resistancehisR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thienylalanine resistancearoP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thienylalanine resistancearoG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiodigalactoside resistancelacY Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thio(5)glucose resistancecrr Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiolactomycin resistanceemrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiolactomycin resistance (due to gene dosage)fadB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiolactomycin resistance (due to gene dosage)emrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiolutin resistancetlnA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiomaltose resistancelamB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiomaltose resistancemalE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiomaltose resistancemalF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiomaltose resistancemalG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiomaltose resistancemalK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiomaltose resistancemalT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiomethylgalactoside-independent utilization of galactose in galR(Con)galR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiopeptin resistancerplE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thiosine resistanceargP Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymidine resistance in deoCdeoA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymidine resistance in deoCdeoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymineless death prevention by low thymine levels in thyAdeoB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymineless death prevention by low thymine levels in thyAdeoC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymineless death resistance in thyArecF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymineless death resistance in thyArecJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymineless death resistance in thyArecO Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymineless death resistance in thyArecQ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymineless death resistance in thyAalaS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymineless death resistance in thyApheS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Thymineless death resistance in thyAvalS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Tiamulin resistancerplC Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Tiamulin resistancerplD Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazole resistancecysB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazole resistancecysE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazole resistancecysG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazole resistancetrzA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazole resistance in cysMcysB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazole resistance in cysMcysE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazolealanine + aminotriazole resistancegyrA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazolealanine + aminotriazole resistancegyrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazolealanine + aminotriazole resistancehis structural genes Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazolealanine + aminotriazole resistancehisR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazolealanine + aminotriazole resistancehisS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazolealanine + aminotriazole resistancehisT Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazolealanine + aminotriazole resistancehisU Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triazolealanine + aminotriazole resistancehisW Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Trifluorocitrate resistancetct Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Trifluoroleucine resistanceflrB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Trifluoroleucine resistanceileR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Trifluoroleucine resistanceleuA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Trifluoroleucine resistanceleuJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Trifluoroleucine resistanceleu (generic) Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Trifluoroleucine resistanceleuS Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Trilysine resistanceoppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Trimethoprim resistancefolA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Trimethoprim resistancethyA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triornithine resistanceoppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Triornithine resistance in opptpp Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Tripeptide (toxic amino acid containing) resistanceoppAE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Tripeptide (toxic amino acid containing) resistancetppA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Tripeptide (toxic amino acid containing) resistancetppB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Tryptophan analog resistancearoH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Uncoupler resistancesatpA–atpE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Uridine resistance of thyA deoBdeoR Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistanceilv structural genes Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistanceilvB Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistanceilvF Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistanceilvG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistanceilvH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistanceilvI Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistanceilvJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistancelivG Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistancelivH Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistancelivJ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistancelivK Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Valine resistancebrnQ Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Vinylglycolate resistancedld Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Vinylglycolate resistancelct Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Xylitol resistancefruA Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Xylose resistance in fdaxylE Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
Xylose (D) + cAMP resistancecxm Resistance to biological and organic chemicals
9NA phage resistancepmi Resistance to biological agents
9NA phage resistance in galEkdsA Resistance to biological agents
Bf23 phage resistancebtuB Resistance to biological agents
C21 phage resistancerfaD Resistance to biological agents
Chi phage resistancefliC (hag) Resistance to biological agents
Chi phage resistancemotA Resistance to biological agents
Chi phage resistancemotB Resistance to biological agents
ES18 phage resistancefhuA Resistance to biological agents
ES18 phage resistanceprbA,B Resistance to biological agents
ES18 phage resistancesidK Resistance to biological agents
ES18 phage resistancetonB Resistance to biological agents
Felix O phage resistancegalE Resistance to biological agents
Felix O phage resistancegalU Resistance to biological agents
Felix O phage resistancerfaC,D,E,F,H Resistance to biological agents
Filamentous phage tolerancetolR Resistance to biological agents
Filamentous phage tolerancetolQ Resistance to biological agents
HK009 phage resistanceprh Resistance to biological agents
HK068 phage resistanceprk Resistance to biological agents
Host range phage (from Serratia marcescens) resistanceompC Resistance to biological agents
K10 phage resistancelamB Resistance to biological agents
K3 phage resistanceompA Resistance to biological agents
Lambda + 434 phage resistancemopA Resistance to biological agents
Lambda + 434 phage resistancemopB Resistance to biological agents
Lambda cII + rifampin coresistancerpoB Resistance to biological agents
Lambda mutant infection resistancegyrB (hisW) Resistance to biological agents
Lambda mutant phage infection, survival ofhimA Resistance to biological agents
Lambda mutant phage resistancehflC Resistance to biological agents
Lambda mutant phage resistancehflK Resistance to biological agents
Lambda mutant phage resistancehflX Resistance to biological agents
Lambda mutant prophage induction, survival ofgrpD Resistance to biological agents
Lambda mutant prophage induction, survival ofgrpE Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage + nalidixic acid resistancecrp Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage + nalidixic acid resistancecyaA Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage + 434 phage cross-resistancerpoB Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage gamma mutant resistancepolA Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage induction, resistance todnaJ Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage induction, resistance todnaK Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage resistanceenvZ Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage resistancegprAB Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage resistancelamB Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage resistancemalK Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage resistancemalT Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage resistancerap Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage resistance with maltose and arabinose as C sourcescrp Resistance to biological agents
Lambda phage resistance with maltose and arabinose as C sourcescyaA Resistance to biological agents
Lambda prophage induction deficiency during thymine deprivationrecA Resistance to biological agents
Lambda prophage induction, resistance torpsJ Resistance to biological agents
Lambda prophage induction, resistance torpsM Resistance to biological agents
Lambda prophage induction, survival ofnusA Resistance to biological agents
Lambda prophage induction, survival ofnusB Resistance to biological agents
Lambda sus N7 nin-5 resistance in P2 lysogenrho Resistance to biological agents
Lambda vir resistance after infection with heteromodified lambda cI857hsd Resistance to biological agents
Lambdoid phage resistancenusB Resistance to biological agents
Lambdoid phage mixture coinfection resistancednaB Resistance to biological agents
Lambdoid phage mixture coinfection resistancednaJ Resistance to biological agents
Lambdoid phage mixture coinfection resistancednaK Resistance to biological agents
Lambda cI71 resistancerpoD Resistance to biological agents
Lambda Nmar mutant phage resistancerpoB Resistance to biological agents
Male-specific phage resistancearcA (fexA) Resistance to biological agents
Me1 phage resistanceenvZ Resistance to biological agents
Me1 phage resistanceompC Resistance to biological agents
Me1 phage resistanceompF Resistance to biological agents
Me1 phage resistanceompR Resistance to biological agents
Mu phage lytic growth resistancehimA Resistance to biological agents
Mu phage lytic growth resistancehimD Resistance to biological agents
Mu prophage induction, survival ofhimA Resistance to biological agents
Mu prophage induction, survival ofhimD Resistance to biological agents
N4 phage resistancemanXYZ Resistance to biological agents
Ox2 phage resistanceompA Resistance to biological agents
P1 phage resistancegalE Resistance to biological agents
P1 phage resistancegalU Resistance to biological agents
P1 phage resistancelpcA Resistance to biological agents
P1 phage resistancerfaD Resistance to biological agents
P1 phage specialized transduction of drug resistance to Salmonella sp.sspA Resistance to biological agents
P2 vir1 phage resistancerpoA Resistance to biological agents
P2 phage + lambda phage coinfection resistancednaJ Resistance to biological agents
P2 phage + lambda phage coinfection resistancednaK Resistance to biological agents
P2 phage resistancerep Resistance to biological agents
P22 phage resistancegalE Resistance to biological agents
P22 phage resistancepmi Resistance to biological agents
P221 phage resistancepraAB Resistance to biological agents
PH105 phage resistanceompB (ompR of E. coli) Resistance to biological agents
PH105 phage resistanceompC Resistance to biological agents
PH105 phage resistanceompF Resistance to biological agents
PH105 phage resistancepraAB Resistance to biological agents
PH51 phage resistanceompB (ompR of E. coli) Resistance to biological agents
PH51 phage resistanceompC Resistance to biological agents
PH51 phage resistanceompF Resistance to biological agents
PH51 phage resistancepraAB Resistance to biological agents
PH51 phage resistanceprdB Resistance to biological agents
φX174 phage resistancephxB Resistance to biological agents
φ80 phage resistancefhuA Resistance to biological agents
φ80 phage resistancetonB Resistance to biological agents
Q phage resistancecpxA (ecfB, ssd, eup) Resistance to biological agents
T-even phage resistanceompA Resistance to biological agents
T1 phage (UV irradiated) resistancephr Resistance to biological agents
T1 phage resistancefhuA Resistance to biological agents
T1 phage resistancetonB Resistance to biological agents
T2 phage resistance in ompF+ or ompFfadL Resistance to biological agents
T3 phage resistancelpcA Resistance to biological agents
T4 mutant phage resistancelit Resistance to biological agents
T4 phage lig mutant nibbling of colonies yielding lig-overproducing strainlig Resistance to biological agents
T4 phage lig mutant resistance from lig-overproducing strainlig Resistance to biological agents
T4 phage resistancelpcA Resistance to biological agents
T4 phage resistancelpcB Resistance to biological agents
T4 phage resistancemopA Resistance to biological agents
T4 phage resistancemopB Resistance to biological agents
T4 phage resistancerho Resistance to biological agents
T4 phage resistancetabC Resistance to biological agents
T4 phage resistancelit Resistance to biological agents
T4 phage (uracil containing) resistanceung Resistance to biological agents
T5 phage resistancefhuA Resistance to biological agents
T6 phage resistancecrp Resistance to biological agents
T6 phage resistancecyaA Resistance to biological agents
T6 phage resistancetsx Resistance to biological agents
T7 phage gene 1.2 mutant resistanceoptA Resistance to biological agents
T7 phage gene 2 resistancerpoC Resistance to biological agents
T7 phage resistancegroM Resistance to biological agents
T7 phage resistancelpcA Resistance to biological agents
T7 phage resistancelpcB Resistance to biological agents
T7 phage resistancerpoB Resistance to biological agents
T7 phage resistancetrxA Resistance to biological agents
TC45 phage resistancephoB Resistance to biological agents
TC45 phage resistancephoE Resistance to biological agents
TC45 phage resistancephoR Resistance to biological agents
TC45 phage resistancephoS Resistance to biological agents
TC45 phage resistancephoT Resistance to biological agents
TC45 phage resistancepstABCS Resistance to biological agents
TP1 phage resistanceenvZ Resistance to biological agents
TuIa phage resistanceenvZ Resistance to biological agents
TuIa phage resistanceompC Resistance to biological agents
TuIa phage resistanceompF Resistance to biological agents
TuIa phage resistanceompR Resistance to biological agents
TuIa phage resistancetolQAB Resistance to biological agents
TuIb phage resistanceompF Resistance to biological agents
TuII* phage resistanceompA Resistance to biological agents
U3 phage + K3 phage coresistancerfaP Resistance to biological agents
U3 phage resistancegalE Resistance to biological agents
U3 phage resistancegalU Resistance to biological agents
U3 phage resistancepgi Resistance to biological agents
U3 phage resistancepgm Resistance to biological agents
U3 phage resistancerfa (general) Resistance to biological agents
UV-irradiated lytic phage resistanceuvrA Resistance to biological agents
UV-irradiated lytic phage resistanceuvrB Resistance to biological agents
UV-irradiated lytic phage resistanceuvrC Resistance to biological agents
UV-irradiated lytic phage resistanceuvrD Resistance to biological agents
Cold resistance in rpsE cold-sensitive mutantsrpsB Resistance to physical extremes
Cold-resistant growthcrg Resistance to physical extremes
Filter retentionfts (generic) Resistance to physical extremes
Freeze-thaw resistanceenvZ Resistance to physical extremes
Gamma irradiation resistancegarA Resistance to physical extremes
Gamma irradiation resistancegarB Resistance to physical extremes
Growth at 42°C in his-overexpressing strainhis structural genes Resistance to physical extremes
Near-UV irradiation resistancenuvA Resistance to physical extremes
Near-UV irradiation resistancenuvC Resistance to physical extremes
Near-UV irradiation resistancerelA Resistance to physical extremes
Osmotolerancecrp Resistance to physical extremes
OsmotolerancecyaA Resistance to physical extremes
OsmotoleranceosmB Resistance to physical extremes
OsmotoleranceproA Resistance to physical extremes
OsmotoleranceproB Resistance to physical extremes
Phage (UV-irradiated T1) resistancephr Resistance to physical extremes
Psoralen + UV irradiation resistancepuvA Resistance to physical extremes
Temperature resistance in rpoD (Ts)rpoH Resistance to physical extremes
ThermotolerancegyrA Resistance to physical extremes
UV light resistancecrp Resistance to physical extremes
UV light resistancecyaA Resistance to physical extremes
UV light resistanceenvB Resistance to physical extremes
UV light resistance relA Resistance to physical extremes
UV irradiation resistance in lonsulA Resistance to physical extremes
UV irradiation resistance in lonftsZ Resistance to physical extremes
UV light + bromodeoxyuridine resistancetdk Resistance to physical extremes
UV light + bromodeoxyuridine resistanceung Resistance to physical extremes
UV light + psoralen resistancepuvA Resistance to physical extremes
UV-irradiated lytic phage resistanceuvrA Resistance to physical extremes
UV-irradiated lytic phage resistanceuvrB Resistance to physical extremes
UV-irradiated lytic phage resistanceuvrC Resistance to physical extremes
UV-irradiated lytic phage resistanceuvrD Resistance to physical extremes
Migration in a chemical gradientche Movement
Static cultivation (prolonged)fliC Movement
GeneOrganismSelectionReferencesAlteration*
ackAE, SFluoroacetate resistance96 281 463 797 L
adaENitrosoguanidine resistance693
addEDeoxyadenosine + hypoxanthine satisfaction of purB requirement370 L
addSDeoxyadenosine (low) satisfaction of purA requirement326 L
adhCEEChloracetaldehyde resistance157
adhCEEChlorethanol resistance157
adhEEAllyl alcohol resistance476 L
adhEEthanol as C source132 C
alaSEThymineless death resistance in thyA394 S
alaSEMecillinam resistance (beta-lactam resistance)802 S
ampCEAmpicillin resistance139 570 D
ampCEAmpicillin resistance210 212 362 C
amtABSAminotriazole resistance828
apeAE, SN-Acetyl-L-phenylalanine-β-naphthyl ester hydrolysis421 516 L
aptE6-Methylpurine resistance60 L
aptEAdenine resistance in hpt gpt462
aptE2,6-Diaminopurine resistance in pnp470 L
aptE, S2,6-Diaminopurine resistance107 390 L
araBERibitol resistance from araC(Con)396 L
araCEFucose resistance (arabinose as C source)67 C
araCERibitol resistance from araC(Con)396 L
arcAEMale-specific phage resistance, also called fexA110 651 711 L
argAEAcetylornithine + uracil satisfaction of car (pyrA)153 L
argBEN-Acetylhistidine + ornithine satisfaction of his50 C
argBEAcetylornithine + uracil satisfaction of car (pyrA)153 L
argCEN-Acetylhistidine + ornithine satisfaction of his50 C
argCEAcetylornithine + uracil satisfaction of car (pyrA)153 L
argDE, SProline-independent growth of ∆proAB62 403 L
argDEAcetylornithine + uracil satisfaction of car (pyrA)153 L
argEEN-Acetylhistidine + ornithine satisfaction of his50 C
argEEAcetylnorvaline resistance in argR(Con)402 L
argHEN-Acetylhistidine + ornithine satisfaction of his50 C
argPECanavanine resistance483 655 L
argPEThiosine resistance293 716 L
argPECanavanine + thiouracil resistance605 L
argRE, SArginine-resistant, proline-independent growth of ∆pro62 403 C
argREAcetylhistidine satisfaction of his49 50 403 C
argREAcetylmethionine satisfaction of met402 C
argREIndospicine resistance454 C
argRECanavanine resistance482 523 C
argREGlycylglycyl-N-phosphonoacetylornithine resistance604 C
argRECanavanine + azauracil resistance605 C
argRECanavanine + thiouracil resistance605 C
argREAcetylnorvaline resistance in argR(Con)402
argSECanavanine resistance322 S
argSEMecillinam resistance (beta-lactam resistance)802 S
argTSHydrazino (α) imidazole propionic acid resistance432 433
aroAE, SGlyphosate resistance512 731 869 C, D
aroFEAmino(4)phenylalanine resistance504 C
aroFSFluoro(4)phenylalanine resistance270 729 C
aroGE, SMethyl(3)anthranilate resistance307 FBI, S
aroGEThienylalanine resistance215 FBI, S
aroGEFluorophenylalanine resistance351 FBI, S
aroHETryptophan analog resistance637 FBI, S
aroPE, SMethyl(5)tryptophan resistance12 94 288 303 393 437 438 439 L, C
aroPE, SFluoro(5)tryptophan resistance12 94 288 303 393 437 438 439 L
aroPE, SAzaserine resistance12 94 288 303 393 437 438 439 836 837 L
aroPE, SThienylalanine resistance12 94 288 303 393 437 438 439 L
aroPE, SFluorophenylalanine resistance12 94 288 303 393 437 438 439 L
aroPE, SAzaleucine resistance12 94 288 303 393 437 438 439 L
aroPE, SMethyl(5)tryptophan + thienylalanaine resistance12 94 288 303 393 437 438 439 L
aroTE, SIndole acrylic acid resistance769 L
aroTEMethyl(4)tryptophan resistance in aroP594 L
asmSMethionine sulfoxamine resistance188
atoBSDinitropyrene resistance590 L
atoCEButyrate as C source in fadR(Con)602 C
atoCEValerate as C source in fadR(Con)602 C
atoCEPenten(4)oate resistance in atoC(Con)669 L
atpA-atpEEUncoupler resistances, including DCCD225 226 229 355 537 L
atpA-atpEETributyl tin resistance355
atpA-atpEECCCP resistance355
atpA-atpEEPentachlorophenol resistance355
atpA-atpEEAuroventin resistance451 685 818 L
atpA-atpEEKanamycin resistance768 L
atpA-atpEENeomycin resistance392 L
atpA-atpEEAzide resistance355
atrSAcid resistance233
azaABEAzaserine resistance836
azlEAzaleucine resistance610
bglBCEArbutin as C source523 616 640
bglBCESalicin as C source523 616 640
bglTEMethyl(β)glucoside as C source686 C
bio operonEDehydrobiotin resistance206
bioPEDehydrobiotin resistance206 L
birAEDehydrobiotin resistance206 597
brnQEMethyl(o)threonine resistance278 L
brnQEValine resistance277 L
btuBEColicin E3 tolerance46 47 109 284 388 620
btuBE, SBf23 phage resistance46 47 109 284 388 528 620
bymAEMaltose utilization in malT327
cbtEChloroacetate(β) resistance68 L
cbtEColicin B tolerance623 L
cbtEColicin D tolerance623 L
cddEAza(5)-2′-deoxycytidine resistance196 L
cddE, SFluoro(5)deoxycytidine resistance53 579 L
celABCDFECellobiose as C source426
cetEColicin E2 tolerance201
cheSMigration in a chemotaxis gradient34
chlABDEGE, SChlorate resistance2 121 122 228 266 523 743 744 L
chlABDEELactate + fumarate as anaerobic energy source436 L
chlCSChlorate resistance45 L
chlEELactate + nitrate as anaerobic energy source799
chlEEBiotin sulfoxide utilization in chl bio180
cirAEColicin I resistance77 93 620 L
cirAESiderophore-beta-lactam conjugate resistance93 L
citECitrate as C source290
clsEDihydroxy(3,4)butyl-1-phosphonate resistance345 L
cmlAEChloramphenicol resistance48
cmlAETetracycline resistance523 638
coaAECoenzyme A feedback resistance789 790 FBI, S
codA(cod)E, SFluoro(5)cytosine resistance4 54 L
corABCDE, SCobalt resistance262 600 817
corABCDEManganese resistance600
corABCDENickel resistance817
cpdSSuccinate as improved C source8 530 L
cpdSCitrate as C source in presence of low cAMP8 L
cpdBEFluorouracil(5) and 3′-AMP resistance51 L
cpxAEAmikacin resistance629
cpxAEColicin A tolerance629
cpxAEKanamycin resistance768
cpxAEQ phage resistance508 711
cpxAESerine (L) as C source567
crgECold-resistant growth398
crpSFosfomycin resistance10 L
crpESerine (L) resistance in relA167 L
crpELambda phage + nalidixic acid resistance429 L
crpEStreptomycin + cAMP resistance31 L
crpELambda phage resistance with maltose and arabinose as C sources92 766 L
crpEcAMP + glucose 6-phosphate resistance1a L
crpEcAMP + glucose 6-phosphate + D-xylose + L-arabinose resistance1a L
crpEFluorouracil(5) + 5′-AMP + 3′-AMP resistance52 L
crpEOsmotolerance282 L
crpEBeta-lactam resistance362 L
crpEMecillinam resistance25 168 857 L
crpEUV light resistance627 L
crpERifampin resistance413 L
crpET6 phage resistance6 L
crrEThio(5)glucose resistance419 L
crrSMethylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of glycerol in ptsHI563 L
cxmEXylose (D) + cAMP resistance1a L
cyaAELambda phage resistance with maltose and arabinose as C sources92 L
cyaAELambda phage + nalidixic acid resistance429 L
cyaAESerine (L) resistance in relA167 L
cyaASFosfomycin resistance10 L
cyaAEOsmotolerance282 L
cyaAEBeta-lactam resistance362 L
cyaAEMecillinam resistance25 168 857 L
cyaAEUV light resistance627 L
cyaAERifampin resistance413 L
cyaAET6 phage resistance6 L
cycAECycloserine (D) resistance150 646 813 L
cycAESerine (D) resistance689 L
cysASChromate resistance581 L
cysAESelenate resistance728 L
cysASAzaserine resistance340 689 L
cysBSChromate resistance340 L
cysBSAzide resistance227 C
cysBSSelenate resistance339 L
cysBENovobiocin resistance631 L
cysBSTriazole resistance227 C
cysBSAzaserine resistance340 L
cysCSAzaserine resistance340 L
cysCSChromate resistance581 L
cysDSAzaserine resistance340 L
cysDSChromate resistance581 L
cysESTriazole resistance in cysM717 825 C
cysESTriazole resistance341 C
cysEENovobiocin resistance631 L
cysGSAzaserine resistance340 L
cysHSAzaserine resistance340 L
cysHSChromate resistance581 L
cysISAzaserine resistance340 L
cysISChromate resistance581 L
cysJSAzaserine resistance340 L
cysJSChromate resistance581 L
cysKS, EAzaserine resistance340 827 L
cysKSAzide resistance147 227 L
cysKESelenate resistance230 L
cysKE, STriazole resistance147 227 826 827 L, C
cysKESelenite resistance230 L
cysLSSelenate resistance673 674
cysLSChromate + selenate resistance338
cysMSAzaserine resistance340 L
cytREUridine as C source, improved utilization546
dadAE, SChloro(β)-D-alanine resistance832 L
dadAE, SD-Amino acid satisfaction of amino acid auxotrophy428 831 C
dcmEAza(5)cytidine resistance247 L
dctEFluoro(3)malate resistance401 L
dctETartrate resistance687 L
dctSMalate (L) as improved C source745 D
deoAEDeoxyadenosine + fluorouracil resistance in upp3 L
deoAEThymidine resistance in deoC3
deoBEThymidine resistance in deoC3 651 L
deoBE, SThymineless death prevention by low thymine levels in thyA71 471
deoCEThymineless death prevention by low thymine levels in thyA325 471 651 L
deoDEDeoxy(2)adenosine resistance in deoC651 L
deoDEDeoxyadenosine + fluorouracil resistance in upp3 L
deoREInosine as improved C source546 C
deoRSDiamino(2,6)purine satisfaction of purine auxotrophy251
deoRSUridine resistance in thyA deoB71
dgdEArabitol (D) as C source in fuc849
dgoREKeto(2)-3-deoxygalactonate as C source144 C
dgsAEGlucosamine as anaerobic C source in ptsG652 L
dhuAE, SHistidine (D) satisfaction of his auxotrophs422 428 546
dhuASAzaserine + tryptophan resistance432
dldEVinylglycolate resistance696 L
dmlSMalate (D) as C source737
dnaBELambdoid phage mixture coinfection resistance259
dnaBEPhenethyl alcohol resistance494
dnaEEAcriflavin (acridine) resistance553 554 555
dnaEEGlobomycin resistance668 S
dnaJELambda phage induction, resistance to667 S
dnaJELambdoid phage mixture coinfection resistance257 259 S
dnaJEP2 phage + lambda phage coinfection resistance753 S
dnaKELambda phage induction, resistance to667 S
dnaKELambdoid phage mixture coinfection resistance257 259 S
dnaKEP2 phage + lambda phage coninfection resistance753 S
dnaPEPhenethyl alcohol resistance809
dorSDrug-resistant gene maintenance814
dppAE, SBacilysin resistance1 L
dppAE, SBialaphos resistance1 L
dppAE, SValine-containing dipeptide resistance1 L
dppAELysyl-2-aminoxypropionate resistance603 L
dppAEGlycylleucine resistance269 L
dppAEPhenylalanylleucine resistance269 L
dppAEGlycylvaline resistance in opp178 L
dsdAESucrose as C source5 L
dsdCESucrose as C source5
ebgAELactose utilization in ∆lacZ118 Q
ecfBESerine (L) as C source567 768
ecfBEKanamycin resistance567 768
ecfBENeomycin resistance608
ecfBEColicin K resistance608
eddEGluconate as C source in eda239 240 L
emrBECCCP resistance due to gene dosage472 D
emrBENalidixic acid resistance due to gene dosage472 D
emrBEThiolactomycin resistance due to gene dosage250 D
emrBEThiolactomycin resistance250
envBE, SMecillinam resistance359 587
envBEUV light resistance24
envME, SDiazoborine resistance63 S
envZEAmpicillin resistance362 363
envZEColicin L tolerance812
envZELambda phage resistance812
envZEMe1 phage resistance801
envZETPI phage resistance812
envZETuIa phage resistance801
envZEFreeze-thaw resistance112
envZEColicin (multiple) resistance626
eryCEErythromycin resistance599
eryDEErythromycin resistance830
exbBEAlbomycin resistance205
exbBEColicin I resistance283 624
exbBEColicin (other) resistance283 624
exbCEColicin B resistance624
exbCEColicin I resistance283 624
exbCEColicin (other) resistance283 624
exuREAldohexuronate resistance in eda612
exuREHexuronate as C course in noninducible exuR eda612 C
exuTEAldohexuronate resistance in eda612 L
fadBEThiolactomycin resistance (due to gene dosage)778 D
fadLET2 phage resistance in ompF+ or ompF70 534 L
fadREDecanoate as C source713 L
fbaEStreptozotocin resistance456 L
fepABCDGEColicin B resistance623 624 L
fepABDCGEColicin D resistance623 L
fhuAE, SAlbomycin resistance87 387 388 478 479 S
fhuASES18 phage resistance87 478 479 S
fhuAET1 phage resistance93 409 870 S, L
fhuAET5 phage resistance93 151 387 870 L
fhuAEΦ80 phage resistance151 387 409 870 L, S
fhuAEColicin M resistance151 387 409 L, S
fhuAEBeta-lactam conjugate resistance93 L
fhuBEAlbomycin resistance618 L
fliCE, SChi phage resistance347 349 416 417 513 710
fliCSProlonged static cultivation249
flrBSTrifluoroleucine resistance115 117
folAESulfonamide resistance607 697 S, D
folASTrimethoprim resistance405 654 718 719 S, D
folPESulfonamide resistance756 S
fruAEDeoxy(2)glucose-independent fructose utilization11
fruAEXylitol resistance614 639 L
fruAESorbose (L) resistance715 L
fts (generic)EFilter retention55
ftsZEUV irradiation resistance in lon373
ftsZEMethyl methanesulfonate resistance in lon373
ftsZENitrofurantoin resistance in lon252
fucAEPropanediol as C source287
fucAEEthyleneglycol as C source in propanediol utilizer79
fucAEFucose (L) as C source in propanediol utilizer287
fucAEXylitol as C source in propanediol utilizer848
fucAEArabinose (D) as C source450
furEManganese resistance300 C
fusAEFusidic acid resistance65 434 695 761 S
gabCEAminobutyrate as N source197
gadSEGlutamate as C source292 L
gal operonEGalactose utilization in the presence of thiomethylglucoside636 D
gal operonSDeoxy(2)galactose resistance9 552 L
gal operonEGalactose resistance in galU664 L
galCSGlucose as C source in ∆ptsHI613
galEE, SP1 phage infection of Salmonella sp. monitored by drug resistance527 L
galEEU3 phage resistance816 L
galESDeoxy(2)galactose resistance408 L
galESFelix O phage resistance334 527 591 833 L
galESP22 phage resistance334 527 591 833 L
galKSDeoxy(2)galactose resistance408 L
galKE, SGalactose resistance in galE569 752 L
galKEGalactose resistance in galT859 L
galKEGalactose resistance in galU664 L
galPSDeoxy(2)galactose resistance552 L
galREThiomethylgalactoside-independent utilization of galactose in galR(Con)108
galRSGlucose utilization in ∆ptsHI613
galREGalactose resistance in galT+K+E+/galT+K+E+ galU664
galTEStreptozotocin resistance456 L
galUEAmpicillin resistance212 L
galUEP1 phage resistance242 L
galUEU3 phage resistance816 L
galUSFelix O phage resistance334 L
garASGamma irradiation resistance346
garAEGlucarate (D) resistance in ppc647 L
garBSGamma irradiation resistance346
gatACDEFucitol resistance in galactitol-utilizing strains184 L
gatACDEDeoxy(2)galactitol resistance in galactitol-utilizing strains184 L
gatACDEArabitol utilization466 845
gatACDERibitol utilization466 845
gatACDEArbitol (D) resistance639 L
gleRSGlycylleucine resistance in ilv580
glnASHistidine(D) + glycylglutamine satisfaction of his auxotrophs819 L
glnAEMethylammonium resistance694 S
glnAEMethionine sulfoxamine resistance in glnG592 C
glnASGlutamyl(γ)hydrazide resistance518 871 S
glnFSGlutamyl(γ)hydrazide resistance433 L
glnHSGlutamyl(γ)hydrazide resistance433 L
glnPEGlutamine as C source433 501 820
glnPE, SMethionine sulfoxamine resistance37 501 L
glnPEGlutamyl(γ)hydrazide resistance501 821 L
glnPEGlutamine (D) resistance501 L
glnVECaffeine resistance185 S
glpDEStreptozotocin resistance456 L
glpFEGlyceraldehyde (L) resistance762 L
glpKEGlyceraldehyde (L) resistance762 L
glpKE, SMethyl(α)glucoside-resistant glycerol utilization in ptsI64 665
glpTE, SFosfomycin resistance10 29 313 707 800 L
glpTEGlyceraldehyde (DL) 3-phosphate resistance762 L
glpTEArsenate resistance838 L
glpTEDihydroxybutyl phosphonate resistance285 453 L
glpTEFluorohydroxyacetone phosphate resistanceDanger electrical hazard keep locked sign L
glpTEChlorohydroxyacetone phosphate resistanceCARDAS CLEAR LIGHT Cable for Audeze LCD2 LCD3 LCD4 LCD XC LCD X L
glpTEGlycerol 3-phosphorothioate resistance295 L
gltAEImproved growth in icd435 L
gltHEGlutamate as C source496 497 687
gltREGlutamate as C source at 42°C497
gltSEGlutamate as C source496 687 Q
gltSEGlutamate as C source496 497 687
gltSEGlutamate (D) resistance in gltS (increased)525 716 L
gltSEMethyl(α)glutamate resistance in gltS (increased)391 525 716 L
gltSEHomocysteic acid resistance213 L
gltXEGlutamyl-γ-methyl ester resistance425
glyAESerine + methionine + glycine resistance in relA783
gntMEGlycerol + gluconate as C source in eda217 L
gntREAcetate + gluconate as C source in ppc39
gntSEAcetate + gluconate as C source in ppc39 L
gorEMethyl viologen tolerance430 L
gprABELambda phage resistance578 670
gptSAza(8)guanine resistance272 764 L
gptESulfanilamide resistance in presence of guanineVtg Oct 1970 Jesus Christ Superstar L
groMET7 phage resistance427
grpDELambda mutant prophage induction, survival of667
grpEELambda mutant prophage induction, survival of667
gsh (generic)ENitrosoguanidine resistance693 L
gsh (generic)EMethylglyoxal resistance548
gshABE, SSelenite resistance423 L
guaABEPsicofuranine resistance779
guaBSFluoro(5)uracil + fluoro(5)uridine resistance367 L
gurBCDEGlycerol + methylglucuronide a C source in eda572 L
gyrAE, STriazolealanine + aminotriazole resistance660 S
gyrAE, SNalidixic acid resistance200 298 S
gyrAEQuinolone resistance860 S
gyrAEOxolinic acid resistance734 S
gyrAEGlucosides (β) as C source194
gyrASThermotolerance200
gyrBSTriaolealanine + aminotriazole resistance660 S
gyrBEAminotriazole resistance in relA772 S
gyrBENovobiocin resistance255 S
gyrBECoumermycin resistance181 255 593 D, S
gyrBEChlorobiocin resistance589
gyrBEGlucosides (β) as C source194
gyrBELambda mutant infection resistance521
gyrBENalidixic acid resistance333 855 S
hemEStreptomycin resistance57 L
hemAEKanamycin resistance585 L
hemAE, SNeomycin resistance683 L
hemBEKanamycin resistance585 L
hemBEKanamycin-resistant, hemin-supported growth of hemA507 L
hemBEColicin K-type tolerance83
hemCSNeomycin resistance682 L
hemDSNeomycin resistance681 L
hemESNeomycin resistance189 680 L
hemBCFEPlate method506 L
hemGENeomycin resistance679 L
hemLEKanamycin resistance350 L
hflCELambda mutant phage resistance56
hflKELambda mutant phage resistance56
hflXELambda mutant phage resistance56
himAEMu prophage induction, survival of520 522
himAEMu phage lytic growth resistance81
himAELambda mutant phage infection, survival of519 521
himA (himC)ELambda mutant phage resistance519 521
himDEMu prophage induction, survival of520 522
himDEMu phage lytic growth resistance81
hipAECycloserine resistance541
hipAEAmpicillin resistance541
hipAEFosfomycin resistance541
hipQENorfloxacin resistance842
hipQEAmpicillin resistance842
his structural genesE, STriazolealanine + aminotriazole resistance98 126 658 C, Q
his structural genesSAminotriazole resistance20 21 D
his structural genesSGrowth at 42°C in his-overexpressing strain804 Q
his structural genesSHistidinal satisfaction of his auxotroph requirement at 30°C374 375 Q
his structural genesSHistidine (D) satisfaction of his auxotroph requirement374 375 Q
hisGE, SThiazolealanine resistance540 698 824 S, FBI
hisGSHydrazino (α) imidazole propionic acid resistance699 S, FBI
hisGSHistidinal satisfaction of his auxotroph requirement at 30°C374 375 L
hisGSHistidine (D) satisfaction of his auxotroph requirement374 375 L
hisGEHistidine-resistant adenine → guanine nucleotide33 S,FBI
hisJSHydrazino (α) imidazole propionic acid resistance13 15 L
hisJSAzaserine + tryptophan resistance in dhuA15 432
hisPSHydrazino (α) imidazole propionic acid resistance in dhuA14 15 L
hisPSArginine as N source13 15 432 D
hisQSHydrazino (α) imidazole propionic acid resistance13 15 L
hisRSTriazolealanine + aminotriazole resistance658 Q
hisRSThiazolealanine resistance706 Q
hisRSMethyl(2)histidine resistance + aminotriazole resistance658 Q
hisSSTriazolealanine + aminotriazole resistance658 S
hisSSThiazolealanine resistance657 S
hisTE, STriazolealanine + aminotriazole resistance98 148 658 705 784 L
hisTEAzaleucine resistance98 784 L
hisTESerine resistance98 784 L
hisTSAmino(3)tyrosine resistance148 658 705 L
hisTSThialysine resistance148 658 705 L
hisTSTrifluoroleucine resistance148 658 705 L
hisTSNorleucine resistance148 658 705 L
hisTSHydroxy (β) leucine resistance148 658 705 L
hisTEPhenyl galactoside resistance of lacP lacI (nonsense) supE747
hisUS, ETriazolealanine + aminotriazole resistance23 660
hisUSNalidixic acid resistance593 660
hisWS, ETriazolealanine + aminotriazole resistance23
hisWSCoumermycin resistance593 660
hptEMercapto(6)purine resistance in gpt371
hptESulfanilamide + hypoxanthine resistanceFrank Zappa Manfred Mann 12/3/74 Cleveland Ticket Stub Postpon L
hsdELambda vir resistance after infection with183 L
hsdSLactose utilization after conjugation of Flac into Salmonella sp.103 L
hutSHistidine as sole N or C source509
icdEE, SNalidixic acid resistance91 311 L
iclREButyrate or valerate as better C source602 C
iclREGlucose or glycerol as C source in ppc488
ileRETrifluoroleucine resistance412
ileSEPseudomonic acid resistance858 S
ileSEThiaisoleucine resistance757 S
ilv structural genesSSulfometuron methyl + valine resistance872 C
ilv structural genesEAminobutyrate resistance633 780 C
ilv structural genesEValine resistance268 C
ilv structural genesSCyclopentane glycine resistance586 C
ilvASCyclopentane glycine resistance586 S, FBI
ilvAEGlyclleucine resistance806 S, FBI
ilvASThreonine as sole N source106 S, FBI
ilvAEGrowth on minimal medium of ilvA+ (multicopy) ilvDC hisT overcoming 2-ketobutyrate accumulation231 L
ilvBEAminobutyrate resistance633 780 S, FBI
ilvBEValine resistance633 755 S, FBI
ilvBEGlyclleucine resistance269 S
ilvBEPhenylalanylleucine resistance269 S
ilvFEValine resistance174 610 G
ilvGE, SSulfometuron methyl + valine resistance441 851 872 S, Q
ilvGEValine resistance221 448 720 G
ilvHEAminobutyrate resistance633 780 S, FBI
ilvHEValine resistance633 755 S, FBI
ilvHEGlyclleucine resistance269 S
ilvHEPhenylalanylleucine resistance269 S
ilvIEAminobutyrate resistance633 780 S
ilvIEValine resistance633 755
ilvIEGlyclleucine resistance269
ilvIEPhenylalanylleucine resistance269
ilvJEValine resistance174 361 649 G
ilvUEThiaisoleucine resistance222
kdgREKeto(2)-3-deoxygluconate as C source377 615 C
kdsAS9NA phage resistance in galE452 641
ksgAEKasugamycin resistance312 726 793 L
ksgBEKasugamycin resistance238 726
ksgCEKasugamycin resistance861
ksgDEKasugamycin resistance238
lacEGrowth in lactose-limited chemostats330 D
lacI,operatorEMethyl(α)glucoside-resistant utilization of lactose in ptsH665 C
lacI,operatorERaffinose as C source459 C
lacI,operatorENeolactose as C source459 C
lacI,operatorEPhenyl galactoside as C source523 C
lacI,operatorELactobionic acid as C source440 C
lacI,operatorELactitol as C source457 C
lacI,operatorEMelibiose as C source475 C
lacIoperatorEMelibiose as C source and acetyl(N)lactonate as N source475 C
lacI,operatorELactobionic acid as C source474
lacI,operatorEAcetyl(N)lactonate as N source474 Q
lacI,operatorENitro(o)-phenylthiogalactoside resistance in lacI(Con) or lacO(Con)543 571 Q
lacI,operatorEMethyl(α)glucoside-resistant lactose utilization406 C
lacYENitro(o)-phenylthiogalactoside resistance523 543 721 L
lacYEPhenyl galactoside resistance376 L
lacYEPhenethylyl galactoside resistance376 L
lacYEArabinose (L) growth in the presence of lac operon inducer812 L
lacYEThiodigalactoside resistance241
lacZELactobionic acid as C source440 D
lacZEPhenyl galactoside resistance376 500 L
lacZEPhenethylyl galactoside resistance376 500 L
lacZENitro(o)-phenyl galactoside resistance376 500 L
lamBELambda phage resistance88 134 135 253 644 766 L, S
lamBEK10 phage resistance644
lamBEThio(5)maltose resistance223 L
lctEVinylglycolate resistance696
leuASTrifluoroleucine resistance115 FBI, S
leuJETrifluoroleucine resistance575
leu(structural genes)STrifluoroleucine resistance115 116 C
leuSS, EAzaleucine resistance477 514 S
leuSSTrifluoroleucine resistance7 S
leuWECalmodulin inhibitor resistance129 S
levELevallorphan resistance164
lexAEMitomycin C resistance of recA (SOS-induced) sfi lexA3(Con)538 L
ligET4 phage lig mutant nibbling of colonies yielding lig overproducer254 Q
ligET4 phage lig mutant resistance from lig overproducer254 L
linBELincomycin resistance26 343
litET4 mutant phage resistance143
livGEAzaleucine resistance303 561 L
livHEValine resistance in leu17 595 L
livHEAzaleucine resistance561 L
livJEValine resistance in leu17 595 L
livKEValine resistance in leu17 595 L
lonE, SChlorpromazine resistance198 529 L
lonEPromethazine resistance529 L
lppEGlobomycin resistance140 344 854 868 L
lpcAET3 phage resistance792 L
lpcAET4 phage resistance792 L
lpcAET7 phage resistance792 L
lpcAEP1 phage resistance40 41
lpcBET4 phage resistance760
lpcBET7 phage resistance760
lrpELeucine (D) satisfaction of leu auxotrophs18 428
lysCEAminoethylcysteine (thialysine) resistance82 765 S, FBI
lysCELysine hydroxamate resistance82 765 S, FBI
lysPEAminoethylcysteine (thialysine) resistance611 736 L
lysSEAminoethylcysteine (thialysine) resistance323 S
lysSEPhenyl galactoside resistance of lacI q lacI(nonsense) lacP supL748
lytEBeta-lactam tolerance700
macEErythromycin growth dependence725
malEE, SMethylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of maltose665
malEEThio(5)maltose resistance223 L
malFE, SMethylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of maltose665
malFEThio(5)maltose resistance223 L
malGE, SMethylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of maltose665
malGEThio(5)maltose resistance223 L
malKELambda phage resistance766 L
malKE, SMethylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of maltose177 665
malKEThio(5)maltose resistance223 L
malPEMaltose as C source in malT327
malQEMaltose as C source in malT327
malTELambda phage resistance766 L
malTEThiomaltose resistance223 L
manAEStreptozotocin resistance456
manCELyxose (D) as C source738
manXYZEPhage N4 resistance410
manXYZEDeoxyglucose resistance158 379 L
marAEMenadionine resistance274
marAEChloramphenicol resistance286
marAETetracycline resistance286 329
mbrABCDECamphor resistance776 777
mdoBEArbutin resistance in dgk360 L
mel (generic)ERaffinose as C source in lacI459
mel (generic)SMethylglucoside(α)-resistant utilization of melibiose665
melBEDeoxy(2)glucose-resistant utilization of melibiose431 S
melBELithium-resistant utilization of melibiose397 S
metASMethyl(α)methionine resistance127 1907 2c Founding of Jamestown comm. single, Scott #329, Used, F- FBI, S
metC (ecfA?)ENeomycin resistance464
metC (ecfA?)EColicin K resistance465
metC (ecfA?)EChloro(β)alanine resistance832
metGEEthionine resistance28 S
metJE, SEthionine resistance10-100pcs Beautiful Natural Turkey Feather 10-12 inches/25-30 cm
metJEGlutamyl-γ-methyl ester resistance425 S
metJE, SNorleucine resistance128
metJEMethionine sulfoximine + methyl(α)methionine resistance386 S
metKE, SEthionine resistance275 289 Nicorette Lozenge Stop Smoking Aid 2mg Ice Mint 735 S
metKEGlutamyl-γ-methyl ester resistance425 S
metKE, SNorleucine resistance128 Vintage Muppets Inc. 1981 Cookie Monster Engine 1982 Hensen Os 735 S
metKSMethyl(α)methionine resistance2016 Permobil F3 corpus headrest stealth SBM300 adjustable headr 735 S
metLEHydroxy (β) norvaline resistance138 S, FBI
metPDE, SMethyl(α)methionine resistance37 38 386 L
metPDE, SMethionine sulfoximine resistance37 38 386 L
mglAEFucose + arabinose-supported growth in galP209 613
mglBEFucose + arabinose-supported growth in galP209 613
mglCEFucose + arabinose-supported growth in galP209 613
mglDEMethyl-β-galactoside-supported growth645 C
mngEManganese resistance708
mopAET4 phage resistance258 S
mopBET4 phage resistance258 S
motABEChi phage resistance349 709 710
mrbEFosfomycin resistance800
mrdAEMecillinam resistance759
mrdBEMecillinam resistance358 502 759
mreBCDEMecillinam resistance582 807
mtlAEArabinitol (D) resistance614 L
mtlCEMannitol (limiting) as C source722 C
mtrEMethyl(5)tryptophan resistance305 320 523 L
murZEFosfomycin resistance due to increased gene dosage499 D
mut (generic)EStreptomycin resistance309
mut (generic)EAzaserine resistance703
mut (generic)EChemostat growth152
mutHEAmino(2)purine resistance in dam267 L
mutLEAmino(2)purine resistance in dam267 L
mutSEAmino(2)purine resistance in dam267 L
mvrCEMethyl viologen resistance532 D
nadBSAmino(6)nicotinamide resistance142 336 S
nadDSAmino(6)nicotinamide resistance336 337 L
nagAEStreptozotocin resistance456 L
nagAEIodoacetylglucosamine resistance823 L
nagBEIodoacetylglucosamine resistance823 L
nagEEStreptozotocin resistance456 L
nagEEIodoacetylglucosamine resistance823 L
nagEEDeoxy(2)-2-iodoacetamideoglucose resistance379 L
nalBENalidixic acid resistance298
nalDENalidixic acid resistance333
nar (general)EMetronidazole resistance677 L
narCEChlorate resistance266 280 L
narGEChlorate resistance739 L
narHEChlorate resistance739 L
ndkSAza(8)guanine resistance264 650
neaBE, SNeamine resistance119 182 495
nekEAminoglycoside resistance27 342
nfnAENitrofurantoin resistance684
nfnBENitrofurantoin resistance684
nfsAENitrofuranzone resistance90 505
nfsBENitrofuranzone resistance90 505
nhaAELithium resistance (multicopy)628 D
nolSNorleucine resistance324
novENovobiocin resistance630
nrdAEHydroxyurea resistance609 D
nrdBEHydroxyurea resistance609 D
Russia, USSR, 1952 - 1953, S.c.#1654, mnh single stamp from setEShowdomycin resistance415 545 L
RARE CAS Mens Suspenders BLACK ELASTIC PRINT 1 1/2” W GOLD NO NUEFluorouracil resistance544 L
MAURITIUS 1/2d DULL ROSE STAMP CANCELLED BY POST AS WELL SG79EFluorodeoxyuridine resistance545 L
Built To Survive the Unusual Hat Kids Adjustable Baseball Cap PrEFluoruridine resistance544 L
Rare Tama Starclassic Marigold Sparkle Custom Snare Drum Made inEFluorodeoxycytidine resistance544 L
nupGEFluorouracil resistance544 L
nupGEFluorodeoxyuridine resistance545 L
nupGEFluorouridine resistance544 L
nupGEFluorodeoxycytidine resistance544 L
nusAELambda prophage induction, survival of244
nusBELambda prophage induction, survival of245 260
nusBELambdoid phage resistance260
nuvAE, SNear-UV irradiation resistance424 468 767 L
nuvCENear-UV irradiation resistance663
ompAEK3 phage resistance306 489 491 493 L
ompAET-even-like phage resistance199 533 535 S
ompAETuII* phage resistance171 314 493 L
ompAEOx2 phage resistance199 493 642
ompAEBacteriocin JF246 resistance124 491
ompASBacteriocin 4-59 resistance741 L
ompAEColicin K tolerance491
ompAEColicin L tolerance491
ompAEChelator resistance493
ompAENovobiocin resistance493
ompBSPH51 phage resistance372
ompBSPH105 phage resistance372
ompCEMe1 phage resistance791 801 L
ompCETuIa phage resistance801 L
ompCSPH51 phage resistance372 L
ompCSPH105 phage resistance372 L
ompCEHost range Serratia marcescens phage resistance702
ompDSPH51 phage resistance741 L
ompDSBacteriocin 4-59 resistance741 L
ompFEBeta-lactam (ampicillin, cefoxitin) resistance362 363 L
ompFEChloramphenicol resistance235 523 L
ompFETetracycline resistance235 523 L
ompFEFluoro(5)uracil + nucleotide resistance52 L
ompFEColicin A tolerance125 235
ompFECloacin DF13 resistance846 L
ompFEColicin L tolerance235 291 L
ompFEColicin K tolerance235 L
ompFEColicin E2 tolerance235
ompFEColicin E3 tolerance235
ompFEMe1 phage resistance801 L
ompFETuIa phage resistance801 L
ompFETuIb phage resistance237
ompFSPH51 phage resistance372 L
ompFSPH105 phage resistance372 L
ompFECopper resistance in ompC480
ompREMe1 phage resistance801
ompRETuIa phage resistance801
ompRECopper resistance52 625
ompREBeta-lactam (ampicillin, cefoxitin) resistance362 363 L
ompREChloramphenicol resistance625
ompREFluoro(5)uracil + nucleotide resistance52
oppAE, STriornithine resistance43 317 L
oppAEGlycylleucine resistance806 L
oppAEAlanyl-2-aminopropionate resistance603 L
oppAE, STrilysine resistance317 L
oppAE, SNorleucylglycyl glycine resistance317 L
oppASGlycylglycyl histidinol phosphate ester resistance317 L
oppAE, SPhaseolotoxin resistance733 L
oppAETripeptide (toxic amino acid containing) resistance604 L
oppAEGlycylglycyl-N-S-(phosphonoacetyl)-L-ornithine resistance604 L
oppEETripeptide (toxic amino acid containing) resistance22 L
optAET7 phage gene 1.2 mutant resistance666
osmBEOsmotolerance384 L
osmZEArbutin as C source179
osmZESalicin as C source179
oxyRE, SPeroxide resistance131 C
pabESulfonamide resistanceVintage ships clock old Polish wheel house clock naval clock - F C
panESalicylate resistance481 C
panEHydroxyaspartate resistance701 C
panEPentylpantothenamide resistance136 C
pdxEIsoniazid resistance186 C
pepASAlafosfalin resistance263 L
pepAE, SPeptide (toxic, valine containing) resistance in pepN517 L
pepDE, SPeptide (toxic, valine containing) resistance in pepN pepA517 L
pepNE, SAlbomycin resistance86 L
pepNE, SPeptide (toxic, valine containing) resistance517 L
pepNE, SIndicator plate445
pepQE, SPeptide (toxic, valine containing) resistance517 L
pfkAEStreptozotocin resistance456 L
pgiEU3 phage resistance816 L
pgiEFosfomycin + fructose-6-phosphate resistance243 L
pgmEU3 phage resistance816 L
pheAEFluoro(4)phenylalanine resistance351 564 C, FBI
pheRSFluoro(4)phenylalanine resistance271 C
pheSEFluoro(4)phenylalanine resistance78 218 395 S
pheSEThymineless death resistance in thyA394 S
pheUSFluoro(4)phenylalanine resistance729
phoSGlycerol(β)-phosphate as C source in the presence of high phosphate407 C
phoAEFluoro(5)uracil + adenosine resistance in upp, phoS, or phoT315
phoAEGlycerol(β)-phosphate as C source in the presence of high phosphate773 C
phoAEGlycerol(β)-phosphate resistance in glpD678
phoBETellurite resistance770
phoBETC45 phage resistance771 L
phoBEFluoro(5)uracil + adenosine resistance in upp, phoS, or phoT316
phoEEAcid resistance659 D
phoEETC45 phage resistance420 771 S, L
phoREArsenate resistance852
phoREGlycerol(β)-phosphate as C source in the presence of high phosphate204 838
phoRETC45 phage resistance621 S
phoSEArsenate resistance852
phoSEGlycerol(β)-phosphate as C source in the presence of high phosphate204 838
phoSETC45 phage resistance621 S
phoTEArsenate resistance852
phoTEGlycerol(β)-phosphate as C source in the presence of high phosphate204 838
phoTETC45 phage resistance621 S
phrET1 phage (UV irradiated) resistance332 L
phxBEφX174 phage resistance547 L
pitEArsenate resistance59 727 L
Next Beautiful Blue Grey Black Bold Animal Print Dress - JerseyEActinomycin D resistance in the presence of EDTA301 805 L
pmiSP22 phage resistance656 833 L
pmiS9NA phage resistance656 833 L
pmrAE, SPolymyxin resistance219 297 485 785 786 787 788
pmrASNeutrophil granule protein resistance219
pncAE, SAmino(6)nicotinamide resistance234 455 822 L
pncAENicotinamide as sole N source598 Q
pncBE, SAmino(6)nicotinamide resistance234 455 L
pncBE, SAmino(6)nicotinate resistance234 455 L
pncXSAmino(6)nicotinamide resistance336
pnpEShowdomycin resistance58
polAELambda γ mutant phage resistance867 L
praA,BSP221 phage resistance576 674 L
praA,BSPH51 phage resistance576 L
praA,BSPH105 phage resistance576 L
prbA,BSES18 phage resistance674
prdBSPH51 phage resistance674
prfAEPhenylgalactoside resistance of lacP lacI(nonsense) supE747
prfBENegamycin resistance145
prhSHK009 phage resistance674
prkSHK068 phage resistance674
proABSOsmotolerance155
proAENitro(4)pyridine N-oxide resistance62 222 321 L
proBE, SDehydroproline resistance62 155 635 FBI, S
proBENitro(4)pyridine N-oxide resistance62 222 321
proBE, SAzetidine carboxylate resistance62 155 635 FBI, S
proPE, SDehydroproline resistance in putA putP156 732 L
proUSDehydroproline + azetidine carboxylate resistance at high osmolarity in putA putP156 L
prpEPropionate as C source400 Q
pspABCDEESulfanilamide + hypoxanthine resistanceJN Alternator 12V, 160A, Leece Neville 8LHA, New 400-16016
pssEEthanol resistance133
pssEDimethyl sulfoxide resistance133
pstABCSEArsenate resistance727 838 L
pstABCSETC45 phage resistance621 S
ptaSFluoroacetate resistance96 281 463 797
pts (general)EGlucose + gluconate-independent motility30
ptsGEMethyl(α)-glucoside resistance102 104
ptsGESorbose resistance715 L
ptsGE, SDeoxy(2)glucose-independent utilization of fructose418 510 L
ptsGE, SDeoxy(3)-3-fluoroglucose-independent utilization of fructose418 510 L
ptsGEMethyl(α)-glucoside-independent lactose + mannitol utilization80 L
ptsGEGlucosamine as C source379
ptsGEMannose as C source379
ptsHIE, SDeoxy(3)-3-fluoroglucose-independent utilization of lactate510 L
ptsHIE, SFosfomycin resistance146 800 L
ptsHIEStreptozotocin resistance16 873 L
ptsIEAmpicillin resistance212
ptsISDeoxy(3)-3-fluoroglucose resistance510 L
purAEMethyl(6)purine + hypoxanthine resistance60
purBENalidixic acid resistance310 L
purREAdenine resistance in hpt gpt461 462
putAE, SAzetidine carboxylic acid resistance511 635 775 L
putAPSBaikiain resistance in constitutive background187 L
putASProline as N source with glucose as C source566
putPE, SDehydroproline resistance193 511 635 732 775 843 L
putPE, SAzetidine carboxylic acid resistance193 511 635 775 843 L
putPSLithium-resistant proline utilization as C source551 S
puvAEPsoralen + UV irradiation resistance328 C
pyrBSArginine-independent growth of pyrH in the presence of uracil366 L
pyrCSArginine-independent growth of pyrH in the presence of uracil366 L
pyrDSArginine-independent growth of pyrH in the presence of uracil366 L
pyrFEFluoro(5)orotic acid resistance74 L
pyrHSFluoro(5)orotic acid resistance865 C
pyrHSFluorouracil resistance385 C
pyrHSFluorouridine resistance385 C
pyrHEFluoro(5)uracil + 5-fluorouridine resistance in udp606
qmeACDEEGlycine tolerance829
rapELambda phage resistance279
recAELambda prophage induction deficiency during thymine deprivation190
recFEThymineless death resistance in thyA558
recJEThymineless death resistance in thyA558
recOEThymineless death resistance in thyA558
recQEThymineless death resistance in thyA557
relAEUV (near) irradiation resistance632 L
relAESerine resistance in relA167
repEP2 phage resistance113
rfa (general)E, SU3 and FO phage resistance35 484 486 588 833
rfa (general)E, SAmpicillin resistance212 550 562
rfa (general)SHemin satisfaction of hemA auxotrophy364
rfa (general)SCephalothin resistance562
rfa (general)SBacitracin resistance562
rfaCDEFSFO phage resistance676
rfaDEC21 phage resistance141
rfaDEP1 phage resistance141
rfaHSFO phage resistance458 675
rfaPEU3 phage + K3 phage coresistance601
rfbSDCCD resistance in rfa833
rhoET4 phage resistance740
rhoELambda sus N7 nin-5 resistance in P2 lysogen352 353
rhoE, SPolarity suppression of gal leader insertion169 331
ridAERifampin + kasugamycin dependence162
ridBERifampin dependence160
rplCETiamulin resistance73
rplDEErythromycin resistance725 840 S
rplEEThiopeptin resistance467
rplFEGentamicin resistance101 S
rplKEKasugamycin resistance159
rplKEDAP starvation of ∆(mal-asd) in the presence of serine, methionine, and glycine165
rplNEKasugamycin resistance159
rplNELincomycin resistance343
rplOELincomycin resistance343
rplVEErythromycin resistance840
rpoAEP2 vir1 phage resistance754 S
rpoBELambda cII + rifampin coresistance296 S
rpoBEStreptovaricin resistance863 S
rpoBERifampin resistance216 359 369 S
rpoBEStreptolydigin resistance357 469 688 S
rpoBSFluorouracil resistance368 S
rpoBELambda phage + 434 phage cross-resistance256 S
rpoBELambda Nmar mutant phage resistance261 S
rpoBESerine resistance in relA784 S
rpoBERifampin resistance in rpoB+/rpoB (rif) merodiploids36 L
rpoBET7 phage resistance690 S
rpoCET7 phage gene 2 resistance100
rpoDELambda cI71 resistance556
rpoDEArabinose (L) as C source in cya or crp712 S
rpoHETemperature resistance in rpoD(Ts)577 S
rpsBEKasugamycin resistance583 861 S
rpsBECold resistance in rpsE cold-sensitive mutants559
rpsCESpectinomycin resistance and sucrose dependence195 S
rpsDESpectinomycin resistance and sucrose dependence195 S
rpsDEStreptomycin independence of streptomycin-dependent rpsL304
rpsEESpectinomycin resistance and sucrose dependence195 526 S
rpsEE, SSpectinomycin resistance172 495 634 672 853 S
rpsEEStreptomycin independence of streptomycin-dependent rpsL304
rpsGELincomycin resistance343 S
rpsIEKasugamycin resistance and dependence161 163 S
rpsJELambda prophage induction, resistance to170 246 S
rpsLE, SStreptomycin resistance89 495 853 S
rpsLENeamine dependence798
rpsLEParomomycin resistance or dependence853 S
rpsLEPhenyl galactoside resistance of lacP lacI (nonsense) supE747
rpsMEKasugamycin resistance159
rpsQENeamine resistance76 119 S
rpsREKasugamycin resistance159
rrnEErythromycin resistance704 S
rrnEChloramphenicol resistance704 S
rrnESpectinomycin resistance704 S
sbaAESerine resistance166
sbmAEMicrocin B17 resistance446
sdhESuccinate-independent growth in lpd154
secAE, SAzide resistance227 232 584 808 864
secAEPhenethyl alcohol resistance808 864
semAEMicrocin E492 resistance622
serAESerine hydroxamate resistance774 FBI, S
serSESerine hydroxamate resistance774 S
sidCFSAlbomycin resistance87 478 479 674
sidKSAlbomycin resistance87 478 479 674
sidKSES18 phage resistance87 478 479 674
sloBENalidixic acid tolerance473
sloBEAmidinopenicillin tolerance473
sorATESorbose (L) as C source in crosses with wild strains844
spcBSSpectinomycin resistance853
srlAESorbitol + xylitol resistance639 L
srlDEFructose as C source in ptsF or ptsM378
sspAEP1 phage resistance835 L
strBSStreptomycin resistance273 853
strCSStreptomycin resistance648
strMEStreptomycin resistance671
strMEPhenyl galactoside resistance of lacIq lacI(nonsense) lacP supL748
sulAEUV irradiation resistance in lon373 L
sulAEMethyl methanesulfonate resistance in lon373 L
sulAENitrofurantoin resistance in lon252 L
tabCET4 phage resistance258
tctSFluorocitrate resistance724 L
tctSTrifluorocitrate resistance723 L
tctS2-Fluoro-L-erythrocitrate resistance32 L
tdkE, SAzidothymidine resistance207 L
tdkSFluorodeoxyuridine + uracil resistance in deoA54
tdkEFluoro(5)deoxyuridine resistance749 L
tdkEBromo(5)deoxyuridine + UV irradiation resistance319 348 L
tetE, SFusaric acid resistance72 487 L
tetSQuinaldic acid resistance72 L
thdAEDapsone resistance383
thiEPyrithiamine resistance399 C
thrAE, SThialysine resistance365 S, FBI
thrAESerine resistance294 S, FBI
thrABCEAmino(2)-hydroxy(3)-pentoate resistance847 D
thrSEBorrelidin resistance248 276 560 596 S, Q
thyAE, SAminopterin resistance66 123 325 730 L
thyAETrimethoprim resistance66 730 L
tinA (tlr)E, SThiolutin resistance381 382 714
tmkEDideoxy(2′,3′)thymidine resistance176 S
tnaAETryptophan-supported growth at 13°C568 C
tnaEIndole + methyl(5)tryptophan-supported, glucose-resistant growth in ∆trp862
tolEBacteriocin tolerance85 120 173 236
tolQABEColicin E1 resistance449
tolQABETuIa phage resistance449
tolBEColicin E resistance19 L
tolBEAzaleucine resistance19 L
tolCEColicin E1 tolerance536 653 L
tolDEColicin E2 and E3 tolerance210
tolDEAmpicillin resistance105 210
tolEEColicin E2 and E3 tolerance210 211
tolEEAmpicillin resistance210 211
tolIEColicin Ia and Ib tolerance120
tolJEColicin L, A, and S4 tolerance173
tolMEColicin M tolerance302
tolQEColicin group A tolerance84a 750
tolQEFilamentous phage tolerance84a 750
tolREColicin group A tolerance84a 750
tolREFilamentous phage tolerance84a 750 751
tolZEColicin E2, E3, D, 1a, and 1b tolerance503
tonBSES18 phage resistance149 741
tonBET1 phage resistance46
tonBEφ80 phage resistance46
tonBEColicin B resistance46 623
tonBE, SAlbomycin resistance85 505 741
tonBEColicin M resistance85 523
tonBSBacteriocin 4-59 resistance741
tonBECephalosporin E-0702 resistance815
topASKanamycin resistance202
topASNeomycin resistance202
topASStreptomycin resistance202
tppEAlafosfalin resistance603 L
tppETriornithine resistance in opp44 L
tppASTripeptide (toxic) resistance263
tppBSTripeptide (toxic) resistance263
trmE?EPhenyl galactoside resistance of laclq lacI(nonsense) lacP supL748
trp (generic)E, SFluoro(6)tryptophan resistance42 318 C
trp (generic)E, SMethyl(5)tryptophan resistance42 318 C
trpEE, SMethyl(5)tryptophan resistance114 539 S, FBI
trpEEMethyl(3)anthranilate resistance308 S, FBI
trpRE, SMethyl(5)tryptophan resistance42 137 523 746
trpREChuangxinmycin resistance850
trpSEIndolmycin resistance75 D
trxAET7 phage resistance498 L
trzASTriazole resistance339
tsxET6 phage resistance99 299 490 492 620 L, S
tsxEColicin K resistance99 299 490 492 620 L, S
tsxEAlbicidin resistance69
tufABEKirromycin resistance220 356 763 795
tufABE, SMocimycin resistance335 794
tynSTyramine as N source549
tyrAE, SFluorophenylalanine resistance270 729 C
tyrAEAmino(4)phenylalanine resistance504 C
tyrRE, SAmino(4)phenylalanine resistance95 504 811
tyrREFluorotyrosine resistance130
tyrRSFluoro(4)phenylalanine resistance729
tyrSEFluorotyrosine resistance662 S
ubi (generic)ENeomycin resistance265 L
ubiFSFluoro(5)uracil + carbamylaspartate resistance404 866 L
ubiFEGentamicin resistance542
ubiFEStreptomycin resistance542
udhASFluoro(5)uridine resistance834 L
udkEFluoro(5)uridine + uracil resistance380 L
udkEFluoro(5)uridine resistance in upp565 L
udpEFluoro(5)uracil + adenosine resistance606 617 L
ugpABEFluorohydroxyacetone phosphate resistance2018 Topps LA Angels EXCLUSIVE Limited Edition 17 Card Team Set- L
ugpABEDihydroxybutylphosphonate resistance in glpT691 692 L
ugpABEGlycerol-3-phosphate as C source in glpT691 C
uhpREGlucosamine 6-phosphate as C source191 C
uhpRSGlucose 1-phosphate as C source192 C
uhpREFructose 1-phosphate as C source224 C
uhpTEChloro-3-hydroxyacetone resistance in uhp(Con)Adir Pivot Steel Wall Rack W/ Hangers for Blueprints, Plan Drawi L
uhpTEFluoro-3-hydroxyacetone resistance in uhp(Con)Collapsable Wagon Carts Folding Utility Outdoor Garden Beach Wag L
uhpTEDihydroxybutylphosphonate resistance in uhp(Con)285 L
uhpTEHydroxybutylphosphonate resistance in ubp(Con)285 L
uhpTEDeoxydihydroxyphosphonyl methyl fructose resistance285 L
uhpTEL-Glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate resistance in uhp(Con)285 L
uhpTEFosfomycin resistance230 389 800 L
uhpTEDeoxy(2)glucose-6-phosphate resistance214 L
uidAEGalacturonide as C source742 C
uidAEMethylgalacturonide as C source573 C
uidAEMethylglucuronide + glycerol-supported growth in eda572 L
uidREGalacturonide as C source742 C
uidREMethylgalacturonide as C source573 C
ungEBromodeoxyuridine + UV light resistance856 L
ungET4 phage (uracil containing) resistance203 L
uppE, SFluoro(5)uracil resistance53 605 617 L
uppEAza(6)uracil resistance605 617 L
uppECanavanine + aza(6)uracil resistance605 617 L
ushAEFluoro(5)uracil + 5′-AMP resistance in upp52 L
uvrAEUV-irradiated lytic phage resistance332
uvrBEUV-irradiated lytic phage resistance332
uvrCEUV-irradiated lytic phage resistance332
uvrDEUV-irradiated lytic phage resistance332
uxaBCEHexuronate resistance in eda742 L
uxuABEHexuronate resistance in eda742 L
uxuREMethylgalacturonide as C source574 C
valSEThymineless death resistance in thyA394 S
xapAEFluoro(5)uracil + adenosine resistance in upp deoD xapR(Con)111 L
xapREAdenosine as C source in upp deoD111 C
xapREInosine as C source in upp deoD111 C
xylEEXylose resistance in fda175 L

* Alterations:
S, structure;
FBI, site of feedback inhibition;
D, increased gene dosage;
C, constitutive gene expression;
Q, altered amount of gene product;
G, gain of function;
L, loss of function.

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