RNA-seq data of  M. tuberculosis  gene expression in response to acidic pH and carbon source (see  Baker  et al.,  2014, Molecular Microbiology ,  GSE52020 ).    Table 1. Direct comparison of 10 mM pyruvate to 10 mM glycerol, pH 7.0     Table 2. Direct comparison of 10 mM glycerol at pH 5.7 to pH 7.0    Table 3. Direct comparison of 10 mM pyruvate at pH 5.7 to pH 7.0    Table 4. Direct comparison of 10 mM pyruvate to 10 mM glycerol, pH 5.7    Table 5. Genes exhibiting pH and carbon source dependent regulation    Table 6. Complete list of differential gene expression comparisons of 10 mM glycerol to 10 mM pyruvate, at pH 7.0 and pH 5.7.    RNA-seq data of  M. tuberculosis  gene expression in response to ethoxzolamide, acidic pH or disruption of PhoP (see  Johnson  et al.,  2015, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy ,  GSE63917 ).    Supplemental Tables S1-S6    RNA-seq data of  M. tuberculosis  gene expression in response to chemical or genetic disruption of the DosRST pathway (see  Zheng et al., 2017,   GEO Database GSE76566 ).   Differential gene expression data of WT Mtb treated with inhibitors and the DMSO treated DosR mutant (  Supplemental Dataset 1  ).  Differential gene expression data of the DosR mutant treated with the inhibitors (  Supplemental Dataset 2  ).  Complete gene expression tables for transcriptional profiling experiments (  Supplemental Dataset 3  ).    RNA-seq data of  M. tuberculosis  gene expression in response to AC2P36  (see  Coulson et al, 2017 )   GEO Database   GSE89106 ).   Differential gene expression of Mtb treated with AC2P36 vs DMSO control at pH 7.0 (  Supplemental Tables S2  ).  Differential gene expression of Mtb treated with AC2P36 vs DMSO at pH 5.7 (  Supplemental Table S3  ).  Differential Gene expression of Mtb treated with DMSO pH 5.7 vs pH 7.0 (  Supplemental Table S4  ).   
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