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Transcriptome analysis uncovers a link between copper metabolism and fungal fitness in the opportunistic yeast Candida albicans

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Table S1. List of primers used in this study.


Table S2. Transcripts differentially expressed in C. albicans WT (SN250) under Cu excess (+Cu) and limitation (+BCS) using a 1.5-fold change cut-off and a 5% false discovery rate.


Table S3. Gene Set Enrichment Analysis (GSEA) of the C. albicans WT (SN250) transcriptome under Cu excess (+Cu) and depletion (+BCS).


Table S4. Transcripts differentially expressed in mac1 under Cu depletion (+BCS) using a 1.5-fold change cut-off and a 5% false discovery rate.


Table S5. RNA-seq raw data of both C. albicans WT strain (under Cu excess and limitation) and mac1 mutant (under Cu limitation).

Funding

Canadian Institutes for Health Research project grant