Enter a search term for a strain or condition in one or both of the input fields. If you leave one blank, the database will look for all values. The all x all arrays are very large, so we don't allow them to be displayed. The full datasets are available upon request.
The experiments were done with a combination of strains:
Note that the strain search looks for a match to the search string anywhere in the Gene nomenclature table. This allows you to search for a gene name, part of a product description, synonyms, or accessions. However, this can have unexpected consequences. For example:
To make the search more specific, use an accession, such as an ECK number.
The experiments were done on 324 conditions, including plating at different temperatures, at different pH, and with different chemical additions.
Searching for conditions will look for a match between your query and any part of the condition name. For example:
The score reflects a given strain's relative fitness under the corresponding conditions. Negative scores indicate a loss of fitness associated with deletion of a given gene under a given condition, while positive scores indicate a fitness gain. In general, higher magnitude scores correspond to more severe fitness changes
|coli_FinalData2.txt||12.3 Mb||Tab delimited text file of correlation coefficients for strain x condition relative fitness scores|
|strainCC.txt||150.6 Mb||Tab delimited text file of correlation coefficients for strain x strain profile comparisons|
|324drugCC.txt||1 Mb||Tab delimited text file of correlation coefficients for condition x condition profile comparisons|
|conditions.txt||33 kb||Tab delimited text file of conditions and keywords|
|nichols.tgz||61.5 Mb||Compressed archive of the .txt files above|