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Escherichia coli K12
NCBI taxonomy browser
|Name||Provider name||Provider's strain ID||Genotypes||Phenotypes||Synonym||Comments||Based on|
|MG1655||Not specified||Not specified||wild-type||wild-type||NCBI ID: 511145||Labor Wildtype||Not specified|
|MG1655 SDH-||Not specified||Not specified||del sdhA||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|MG1655 FRD-||Not specified||Not specified||del frdA||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|MG1655 SucA||Not specified||Not specified||del sucA||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|MG1655 SucA-s||Not specified||Not specified||del sucA||faster growing variant||Not specified||strain was selected from MG1655 sucA as a faster growing variant||MG1655 SucA|
|MG1655 SDH- FRD-||Not specified||Not specified||del sdhA;del frdA||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655 SDH-|
|TBE029||Alex terBeek||Not specified||del nuoB||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|TBE031||Not specified||Not specified||del nuoB;del cydAB;del appB||wild-type||Not specified||None||TBE029|
|TBE032||Not specified||Not specified||del nuoB;del cydB;del cyoB||wild-type||Not specified||None||TBE029|
|TBE042||Not specified||Not specified||del nuoB;del appB;del cyoB||wild-type||Not specified||None||TBE029|
|AV33||Not specified||Not specified||del ubiCA||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|AV34||Not specified||Not specified||del menA||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|AV36||Not specified||Not specified||del ubiE||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|Mgl||Not specified||Not specified||del mglBAC||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|GalP||Not specified||Not specified||del galP||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|Mgl, GalP||Not specified||Not specified||del mglBAC;del galP||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|Mal||Not specified||Not specified||del malEFG||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|Man||Not specified||Not specified||del manXYZ||wild-type||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|PtsG||Not specified||Not specified||del ptsG||slow growth with glucose||Not specified||None||MG1655|
|PtsG, Mgl||Not specified||Not specified||del ptsG;del mglBAC||wild-type||Not specified||None||PtsG|
|PtsG, Mgl, GalP||Not specified||Not specified||del ptsG;del mglBAC;del galP||wild-type||Not specified||None||PtsG, Mgl|
|PtsG, Mal||Not specified||Not specified||del ptsG;del malEFG||wild-type||Not specified||None||PtsG|
|PtsG, Man||Not specified||Not specified||del ptsG;del manXYZ||wild-type||Not specified||None||PtsG|
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