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Abstract

σ is an alternative σ factor that regulates stress response and virulence genes in the foodborne pathogen . To gain further insight into σ-dependent regulatory mechanisms in , we (i) performed quantitative proteomic comparisons between the parent strain 10403S and an isogenic Δ mutant and (ii) conducted a meta-analysis of published microarray studies on the 10403S σ regulon. A total of 134 genes were found to be significantly positively regulated by σ at the transcriptomic level with >75 % of these genes preceded by putative σ-dependent promoters; 21 of these 134 genes were also found to be positively regulated by σ through proteomics. In addition, 15 proteins were only found to be positively regulated by σ through proteomics analyses, including Lmo1349, a putative glycine cleavage system protein. The lmo1349 gene is preceded by a 5′ UTR that functions as a glycine riboswitch, which suggests regulation of glycine metabolism by σ in . Herein, we propose a model where σ upregulates pathways that facilitate biosynthesis and uptake of glycine, which may then activate this riboswitch. Our data also (i) identified a number of σ-dependent proteins that appear to be encoded by genes that are co-regulated by multiple transcriptional regulators, in particular PrfA, and (ii) found σ-dependent genes and proteins to be overrepresented in the ‘energy metabolism’ role category, highlighting contributions of the σ regulon to energy metabolism as well as a role of PrfA and σ interaction in regulating aspects of energy metabolism in .

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