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FIG. 1. From: Temporal Global Changes in Gene Expression during Temperature Transition in Yersinia pestis.

Functional classification of chromosomal thermoregulated genes of Y. pestis. Colors represent upregulated (red) and downregulated (green) genes, and bars correspond to the number of differentially expressed genes at the 1- (closed bar), 4- (open solid line bar), and 10-h (open dashed line bar) time points. The functional category assignment was based on the annotated genome of Y. pestis CO92 (23).

Vladimir L. Motin, et al. J Bacteriol. 2004 September;186(18):6298-6305.
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FIG. 2. From: Temporal Global Changes in Gene Expression during Temperature Transition in Yersinia pestis.

Correlation of DNA microarray and TaqMan RT-PCR assays. The n-fold difference in transcript levels obtained by both methods for three growth conditions at each of three time points were log-transformed and the values were plotted against each other. Closed and open markers represent samples grown with and without calcium, respectively. The time points correspond to circles (1 h), squares (4 h), and triangles (10 h). The line of best fit for all values is shown (r = 0.827). Select genes are shown for illustrative purposes.

Vladimir L. Motin, et al. J Bacteriol. 2004 September;186(18):6298-6305.
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FIG. 3. From: Temporal Global Changes in Gene Expression during Temperature Transition in Yersinia pestis.

Y. pestis primary metabolic pathways affected by shift of growth temperature. The colors show the expression changes upon shift in growth temperature from 26 to 37°C. The red arrows and the green arrows represent the genes induced and repressed at 37°C, respectively. The gene names are colored in the same way as the arrows with the late-regulated gene names further underlined. The dashed lines indicate enzymes known to be inactive in Y. pestis (i.e., genes zwf and aspA). The gene names are designated according to the annotated Y. pestis CO92 genome (23). The amount of change is listed in Table 2 at http://bbrp.llnl.gov/microbial/Ypestis.

Vladimir L. Motin, et al. J Bacteriol. 2004 September;186(18):6298-6305.

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