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Fig. S1. Genes of interest to this study in (a) P. aeruginosa PAO1 and (b) P. pseudoalcaligenes CECT 5344. Note that the sir/nir and the orf1 genes are homologous to PA4130 and PA4129, showing 54% and 37% amino acid identities respectively. The putative translation start site of the PA4131 homologue in P. aeruginosa PA14 has been relocated by a recent RNAseq analysis and is indicated by a dotted line (Wurtzel et al., 2012). Arrows indicate promoters based on the 5′ UTRs obtained in the same study. HP, hypothetical protein.

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Table S1. Growth and cyanide production of P. aeruginosa mutants.

Table S2. Strains, plasmids and primers used in this study.

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