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Table 3 Protein ratio of liposoluble (A) and hydrosoluble (B) fraction of Mycoplasma fermentans. The ratio MFI anaerobic versus MFI aerobic is shown

From: Proteome analysis of Mycoplasma fermentans cultured under aerobic and anaerobic conditions

A. Liposoluble proteins
spot# gene MFI An/MFI Ae
1 lspA 48.6
2 malL 27.89
3 asnA 4.78
4 uvrC 11.46
5 *nd 1.55
6 fusA 2.31
8 xfp 5.59
9 potA 7.4
10 hisS 11.92
11 lysS −1.35
12–13 rpoA from −1.85 to −1.04
14–17–19-33 tuf from −29.58 to 1.74
15 pdhA 3.22
16 nrnA 1.11
18 argF 3.29
20 arcA 2.17
22–31-32 dnaX from −22.34 to −21.41
23 efp 1.69
24 had −11.04
25 p37 5.91
26 kduI −1.8
27 hysA 5.56
28 greA 2.72
30–34-35 rplL from −83.41 to −43.26
B. Hydrosoluble proteins
spot# gene MFI An/MFI Ae
1 abca 1.16
2–3–12-31-32-33-34 licA from −4.38 to −2.85
4 dnak −1.69
5 pcrA −1.74
6 infB −1.55
8–9 xfp from 3.22 to 15.14
10 ptsI 1.01
11 tig 1.3
13 prfA −1.29
15 eno − 1.39
17 tuf 3.52
19 dnaX 3.34
20 pmpr 2.11
21 fba 2.7
22 rlmb −3.69
23 dnaE −1.33
24 frr 4.6
25 hysA −2.64
26 hpt 4.84
28 ndt −1.89
29 rpiB 2.6
30 rplL 9.82
35 pstB −3.12
36–38 dnaJ from −3.11 to −2.29
37 rpsB −2.7
  1. A cut-off value of ±1.5 was used to distinguish between proteins similarly expressed in aerobic and anaerobic conditions (−1.5 ≤ ratio ≤ + 1.5) from proteins comparatively more expressed (ratio > + 1.5 and < − 1.5). When the same protein was found in both fractions, only the spot with higher ratio, consisting with the most represented protein, was included