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Fig. S1. Full view of the E. coli proteome microarray.

Fig. S2. PCR verification of nhoA deletion in E. coli JM106 uvrA F'(CC109).

Table S1. Potential lysine-acetylated proteins from the proteome microarray.

Table S2. Primers used in this study.

Table S3. Mass spectrometry confirms that lysine 214 of NhoA is deacetylated.

Table S4. Mass spectrometry confirms that lysine 214 of NhoA is acetylated.

Table S5. Mass spectrometry confirms that lysine 281 of NhoA is deacetylated.

Table S6. Mass spectrometry confirms that lysine 281 of NhoA is acetylated.

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