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Table 1 Molecular chaperones and proteasome proteins with increased abundance after the fermentation arrest. Rep1, Rep2 and Rep3 represent biological replicates

From: Proteomic profiling and integrated analysis with transcriptomic data bring new insights in the stress responses of Kluyveromyces marxianus after an arrest during high-temperature ethanol fermentation

Protein accession Protein name Fold change (Rep1|Rep2|Rep3) Description
18 h vs 14 h
XP_022676480.1 Gtt1 1.212|1.059|1.358 Glutathione S-transferase 1
XP_022677923.1 Pre1 1.231|1.298|1.050 Proteasome component C11
XP_022674972.1 Rpn6 1.121|1.311|1.480 26S proteasome regulatory subunit Rpn6
20 h vs 14 h
XP_022673658.1 Atx1 1.195|1.395|1.280 Metal homeostasis factor Atx1
XP_022675082.1 Hsp12 1.260|1.132|1.309 12 kDa heat shock protein
XP_022674972.1 Rpn6 1.234|1.200|1.291 26S proteasome regulatory subunit Rpn6
XP_022677708.1 Pre7 1.310|1.289|1.093 Proteasome component C5
22 h vs 14 h
XP_022677580.1 Cpr6 1.283|1.265|1.331 Peptidyl-prolyl cis–trans isomerase D
XP_022674802.1 Sis1 1.029|1.208|1.206 Protein Sis1
XP_022676480.1 Gtt1 1.414|1.002|1.391 Glutathione S-transferase 1
XP_022673658.1 Atx1 1.153|1.494|1.426 Metal homeostasis factor Atx1
XP_022674972.1 Rpn6 1.265|1.210|1.469 26S proteasome regulatory subunit Rpn6
XP_022676879.1 Rpn7 1.142|1.274|1.243 26S proteasome regulatory subunit Rpn7
XP_022677708.1 Pre7 1.241|1.193|1.204 Proteasome component C5