Table 2

Non-reduntant GO categories identified as enriched in down-regulated genes in double infected plants
352 diferential genes, >1.5 fold
list1 list1 percentage ratio list2 list2 percentage
Biological Process
GO:0006066 Alcohol metabolic process 21 6.0 2.5 93 2.4
GO:0006508 Proteolysis 35 9.9 1.8 2.1 5.3
GO:0006950 Response to Stress 59 16.8 1.6 386 10.1
GO:0030163 Protein catabolic process 36 10.2 1.9 203 5.3
GO:0046686 Response to cadmiun ion 35 9.9 3.2 119 3.1
GO:0055114 Oxidation reduction 38 10.8 2.0 191 5.0
Molecular Function
GO:0001882 Nucleoside binding 65 18.5 1.6 434 113
GO:0005524 ATP binding 60 17.1 1.6 410 10.7
GO:0043169 Cation binding 76 21.6 1.5 532 13.9
GO:0046872 Metal ion binding 73 20.7 1.5 511 13.4
GO:0005515 Protein binding 81 23.0 1.4 623 16.3
GO:0050662 Coenzyme binding 18 5.1 2.4 79 2.1
GO:0016651 oxidoreductase activity, acting on NADH or NADPH 10 2.8 4.0 26 0.7
Celular component
GO:0005886 Plasma membrane 73 20.7 1.6 503 13.1
GO:0005829 Cytosol 33 9.4 1.7 206 5.4
GO:0005773 Vacuole 28 8.0 1.9 159 4.2
GO:0005777 Peroxisome 10 2.8 3.5 30 0.8
GO:0048046 Apoplast 16 4.6 2.8 61 1.6
150 genes diferenciales, >2 fold
list1 list1 percentage ratio list2 list2 percentage
Biological Process
GO:0006520 Cellular amino acid metabolic process 12 8.0 3.0 102 2.7
GO:0009308 Amine metabolic process 14 9.3 3.0 118 3.1
GO:0009414 Response to water deprivation 9 6.0 5.5 41 1.1
GO:0009628 Response to abiotic stimulus 24 16.0 2.3 265 6.9
GO:0046686 Response to cadmium ion 14 9.3 3.0 119 3.1
GO:0055114 Oxidation reduction 18 12.0 2.4 191 5.0
Molecular Function
NO GOs
Celular component
GO:000577 vacuole 19 12.7 3 159 4.2

The absolute number of genes belonging to each category is specified in list1 (differentially expressed genes) and list2 (total number of genes in the whole microarray). Ratio represents the number of times that one category is enriched. The analysis was performed for the genes with a fold change value above 1.5 (upper table, 352 genes) and above 2.0 (lower table, 150 genes).

Herranz et al.

Herranz et al. Virology Journal 2013 10:164   doi:10.1186/1743-422X-10-164

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