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From: In silico analysis of high affinity potassium transporter (HKT) isoforms in different plants

Figure 3

Pathway of AtHKT1;1 and related proteins constructed using pathway studio package. (A) Down regulated genes in the AtHKT1;1 protein pathway are shown. These proteins are related to the AtHKT1;1 protein and are down regulated in the selected microarray experiment, [Microarray ATH1-121501: analyzing crosstalk between jasmonate and ethylene in Col-0, coi1-2, and ein3eil1 strains in two treatments of Mock and MeJA, downloaded from “Plant Expression Database” (http://www.plexdb.org)]. (B) Condition-specific co-expression of genes in the AtHKT1;1 pathway according to the ATTED-II database (http://atted.jp). In ATTED co-expression mining, correlation rank is used rather than Pearson correlation value. Source of GeneChip data in ATTED-II database is TAIR http://arabidopsis.org/index.jsp, and 58 experiments and 1388 array slides are used for drawing this co-expressed network. Octagon shapes mean that the genes they cover are transcription factors while ovals cover genes with different functions. Four colourful circles within oval’s of CYP71B31 and CYP71B38 genes are related to various KEGG http://www.genome.jp/kegg/ pathways which these two genes can be active there, so that red shows Naphthalene and anthracene degradation, yellow shows gamma-Hexachlorocyclohexane degradation, green shows Limonene and pinene degradation and blue shows Phenylpropanoid biosynthesis pathways. While the figure A shows down regulated protein associated with AtHKT1;1, the up regulated proteins connected to AtHKT1;1 are shown in figure B.

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