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    Genebank identifiers of the nucleotide sequences of atpA, pheS and rpoA genes, used for the phylogenetic analyses. Table S2. NCBI Refseq/Genbank assembly accession numbers for the comparative genomic analysis of Leuconostoc species (29.09.2015). Table S3. L. gelidum subsp. gasicomitatum draft genomes statistics. Figure S1. Phylogenetic tree showing the relationship of L. citreum 1300_LCIT, L. gelidum subsp. gasicomitatum 1301_LGAS and L. inhae LMG 22919 genomes to other Leuconostoc species. (PDF 406 kb

    Additional file 1: Table S1. of Lactobacillus oligofermentans glucose, ribose and xylose transcriptomes show higher similarity between glucose and xylose catabolism-induced responses in the early exponential growth phase

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    Numbers of CDS- mapped reads per samples, used for the analysis. Table S2. The list of predicted putative adhesins in L. oligofermentans genome. Table S3. Predicted carbohydrate/carbon source catabolic/transport genes in L. oligofermentans genome. Table S4. Criteria for classifying genes into groups with different expression patterns. Table S5. The number of differentially expressed genes containing CcpA- binding site in the upstream regions for pairwise and triplewise comparisons between growth conditions. Table S6. Motif sequence LOGOs, discovered and enriched in the upstream regions of the co-regulated genes. Figure S1. Genome map of L. oligofermentans LMG 22743T. Figure S2. Venn diagrams representing the numbers of differentially expressed genes for pairwise and triplewise comparisons between growth conditions at 20 h (A), 24 h (B) and 30 h (C). Figure S3. RPKM plots for the putative glucose (manXYZ), xylose (XylT) and ribose (deoP and rbsACB) transporters. Figure S4. Aerobic growth on glucose, ribose and xylose, supplemented with heme or menaquinone or both. (PDF 953 kb