TABLE 2

Genes not induced in Δtsc1 and Δtsc2

ORF IDGene namePossible function
SPCP31B10.09 SPCC962.01Unknown
SPAC1039.04Membrane transporter
SPBC1773.17c SPBP26C9.01cGlycerate and formate dehydrogenase
SPAC1039.01Amino acid permease
SPBC887.17Uracil permease
SPAC1399.02Membrane transporter
SPBP35G2.11cZinc finger protein
SPBC947.15cMitochondrial NADH dehydrogenase
SPAP7G5.06Amino acid permease
SPAC1039.03Esterase/lipase
SPBC24C6.06gpa1Guanine nucleotide-binding protein
SPAC13G7.04cmac1Membrane-anchored protein
SPAC27F1.05cAminotransferase
SPBC1604.03cHypothetical protein
SPCC1183.11 SPCC31H12.01MS ion channel
SPAC31G5.09cspk1MAP kinase
SPAC11D3.03cConserved protein
SPAC13F5.07cHypothetical protein
SPAC27D7.03cmei2RNA-binding protein
SPAC11H11.04mam2Pheromone P-factor receptor
SPAC186.04cPseudogene
SPBC1683.02Adenosine deaminase
SPBC660.07ntp1O-glycosyl hydrolase
SPBC1711.11Sorting nexin
SPBC36B7.05cPhosphatidylinositol(3)-phosphate-binding protein
SPBC25B2.02c SPBC2G5.09cmam1ABC transporter
SPBPB2B2.01Amino acid permease
SPCC1682.11cHypothetical protein
SPCC550.07Acetamidase
SPCC550.10meu8Betaine aldehyde dehydrogenase
SPCC622.11Hypothetical protein
  • ORFs that were induced more than fourfold in the wild type but not in Δtsc1 or Δtsc2 3 hr after nitrogen starvation are listed with their ORF ID, gene name (if available), and possible function.