Zrusso Biol 368 week 14

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I used the .txt file that Alex and Bobby created last week in class and ran my own runs of GenMAPP and MAPPFinder to correlate our answers and I received the same results that they did for increased and decreased GO Terms as well as the most significant genes as determined by the genes with with lowest P-values. my data can be found in the .zip file at the bottom of the page titled 'ZR MRSA'

Increased GO Terms

    1. amine biosynthetic process
    2. cellular amino acid biosynthetic process
    3. cellular nitrogen compound biosynthetic process
    4. antiport activity
    5. branched chain family amino acid metabolic process
    6. aspartate family amino acid metabolic process
    7. threonine metabolic process
    8. oxidation reduction
    9. vitamin binding
    10. oxidoreductace activity

Decreased GO Terms

    1. pathogenesis
    2. multi-organism process
    3. external encapsulating structure
    4. high-affinity iron ion transport
    5. extracellular region
    6. membrane part
    7. protein complex binding
    8. immunoglobin binding
    9. respiratory chain
    10. periplasmic space

Most Significant Genes

SAR0633 - Q6GJ44 UniProt - Putative antiporter subunit mnhD2 INCREASE

SAR1409 - Q6GH11 UniProt - Catalyzes the transfer of an acetyl group from acetyl-CoA to tetrahydrodipicolinate. INCREASED

SAR2697 - Q6GDI4 UniProt - No other info INCREASED

SAR2146 - Q6GF14 UniProt - Catalyzes the isomerization between 2-isopropylmalate and 3-isopropylmalate, via the formation of 2-isopropylmaleate INCREASED

SAR0689 - pseudogene

SAR2771 - hypothetical protein

SAR0278 - hypothetical protein

SAR1563 - pseudogene

SAR0820 - Q6GIM6 UniProt - Displays ATPase and GTPase activities. INCREASED

SAR0353 - Q6GJW2 UniProt - Catalyzes the transfer of a methyl group from 5-methyltetrahydrofolate to homocysteine resulting in methionine formation. INCREASED

Media:ZR_MRSA.zip

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