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Fig. S1. Modelled tertiary structure of Fad35R showing two chains in difference colour with helices rendered as cylinders.

Fig. S2. ScoA-citE operon genes and their network circuit in different metabolic pathways.

Table S1. List of palindromic sequences from the closely-related species used to derive consensus along with EMSA.

Doc. S1. Complete intergenic sequence between FadD35R and the FadD35 gene.

Doc. S2. Characterization of Fad35R by size-exclusion chromatography.

Doc. S3. Bioinformatics and multiple sequence analysis of intergenic regions of 40 predicted TetR family regulators from Mtb and a list of intergenic sequences from Mtb sorted on the basis of –10 and –35 consensus motifs.

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