Absolute growth rates

Range fast growth 0.01825±0.00018: slow growth 0.00472±0.00063 Table - link min^-1
Organism Bacteria Vibrio cholerae
Reference Soler-Bistué A et al., Genomic location of the major ribosomal protein gene locus determines Vibrio cholerae global growth and infectivity. PLoS Genet. 2015 Apr 13 11(4):e1005156. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1005156. Supporting Information S5 tablePubMed ID25875621
Comments P.4/21 bottom paragraph to p.6/21 top paragraph:"The S10Tnp-35 strain, where S10 location is slightly changed, displayed no μ alteration compared to the parental strain, showing that S10 precise position is not important for optimal growth and that the transposition process by itself exerts no influence on GR [growth rate] (Fig 2 and S5 Table). The GR of strain S10Tnp+166, where S10 was placed in close proximity to oriC1, did not significantly differ from the parental strain. Meanwhile, strains S10Tnp-510 and S10Tnp-1120 showed μ reductions of 7.39 ± 2.67% and 15.58 ± 3.14% respectively (Fig 2B). Therefore, increasing distance between S10 and oriC of Chr1 (oriC1) correlated with greater μ differences. S10 transpositions to Chr2 caused significant μ reductions of 4.8 ± 1.8% and 17.29 ± 3.44% for S10TnpC2+37 and S10TnpC2+479 respectively. Hence, correlation between distance of relocation and GR differences is also observed for this replicon (Fig 2 and S5 Table)." P.14/21 2nd paragraph:"Strains and plasmids used in this study are listed in S5 Table. Details of strain generation are in Supporting Information." Corresponding to doubling times of 38min & 147min for fast growth & slow growth, respectively.
Entered by Uri M
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